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PL-600T00 - Power Platform Solution Architect


PL-600T00: Microsoft Power Platform Solution Architect


Duration: 4 Days



The Solution Architect is responsible for the successful design, implementation, deployment, and adoption of an overall solution. The Solution Architect ensures that the solution meets the customer’s needs now and in the future. In this course, students will learn about decisions a Solution Architect makes during an implementation, covering security, integrations, Power Apps architecture, Power Automate architecture, and more. This course is designed to give you an introduction to the Solution Architect role.

Audience Profile:

Senior Consultants (both functional and technical) that aspire to be Solution Architects, or current Solution Architects that are new to the role.

Learning Objectives:

  • Becoming a Solution Architect/Getting to Know Your Customer

  • Conceptualizing the design from requirements

  • Project governance and working as a team

  • Power Platform Architecture

  • Data Modeling

  • Analytics and artificial intelligence

  • Power Apps Architecture

  • Application Lifecycle Management (ALM)

  • Power Automate Architecture

  • Security Modeling

  • Integration

  • Dynamics 365 Applications Architecture

  • Testing and Go Live


Course Outline:


Module 1. Becoming a solution architect for Dynamics 365 and Microsoft Power Platform

  • Learn about what is expected of a solution architect

  • Learn about the role of a solution architect during the project phases


Module 2. Discover customer needs as a Solution Architect for Dynamics 365 and Microsoft Power Platform

  • Learn about initial customer discovery

  • Discover customer communication strategies


Module 3. Propose a solution as a Solution Architect for Microsoft Power Platform and Dynamics 365

  • Identify solution components

  • Develop and validate a demo


Module 4. Worked with requirements as a solution architect for Microsoft Power Platform and Dynamics 365

  • Learn about leading requirement capture sessions

  • Learn about functional and non-functional requirements


Module 5. Perform fit gap analysis

  • Determine the feasibility of requirements

  • Refine requirements from proof of concept insights

  • Categorize business requirements and perform a fit-gap analysis

  • Evaluate Dynamics 365 and Microsoft Power Platform apps


Module 6. Solution Architect series: Implement project governance for Power Platform and Dynamics 365

  • Learn about the solution architect’s role in project governance

  • Identify techniques for keeping a project on track

  • Explore scenarios that could cause a project to fail


Module 7. Solution Architect series: Power Platform architecture

  • Review the key Power Platform architecture components

  • Explore how the platform's design and limits can influence solution architectures

  • Review how to communicate with the customer on how the platform can meet their needs


Module 8. Solution Architect series: Model data for Power Platform solutions

  • Learn about data modeling influencers

  • Discover various data model strategies

  • Learn about data types and data relationships


Model data


Module 9. Solution Architect series: Evaluate Power Platform analytics and AI

  • Discover the planning and evaluating requirements

  • Learn about operational reporting

  • Review the capabilities of Microsoft Power BI and how to use it with Power Platform components

  • Learn how to use pre-built insights and custom AI

  • Module 10. Solution Architect series: Explore Power Apps architecture

  • Explore options for apps and how to choose where to start

  • Explore app composition options

  • Learn how to use components as part of your app architecture

  • Discover when to include Power Apps portals as an app in your architecture


Module 11. Solution Architect series: Plan application lifecycle management for Power Platform

  • Learn about Microsoft's vision and the solution architect’s role in ALM

  • Review environment strategies

  • Define a solution structure for your deliverables


Module 12. Explore Power Automate architecture

  • Review options for automation and custom logic

  • Review considerations for using triggers and common actions

  • Explore how to use business process flows to guide users through business processes


Module 13. Solution architect series: Model security for Power Platform solutions

  • Discover the solution architect’s role in security modeling

  • Learn how to control access to environments and resources

  • Learn how to control access to data in Dataverse


Security modeling


Module 14. Solution Architect series: Implement integrations with Power Platform

  • Learn about the solution architect’s role in integrations

  • Learn about integration and why it's necessary

  • Discover Power Platform features that help enable integration

  • Use the capabilities of Microsoft Azure


Module 15. Solution architect series: Explore Power Virtual Agents

  • Explore options for chatbots and how to choose where to start

  • Explore scenarios for chatbots

  • Learn about the components of Power Virtual Agents


Module 16. Solution architect series: Explore robotic process automation

  • Explore options for automation and how to choose where to start

  • Explore scenarios for Power Automate for desktop

  • Learn about the components for running Power Automate for desktop flows


Module 17. Solution Architect series: Testing and go-live

  • Review the solution architect’s role with testing and go-live

  • Learn about the data migration process and deployment

  • Learn about the testing process

  • Discover how to plan for go-live


Course Prerequisites

To ensure a successful learning experience in the PL-600T00: Microsoft Power Platform Solution Architect course, participants should ideally possess the following minimum prerequisites:


  • Fundamental understanding of Microsoft Power Platform: Familiarity with the core components of the Power Platform, including Power Apps, Power Automate, Power BI, and Power Virtual Agents.


  • Experience with Microsoft Dynamics 365 applications: Basic knowledge of Dynamics 365 applications and how they integrate with the Power Platform is beneficial.

  • Conceptual knowledge of solution architecture: An understanding of general principles related to solution architecture design, such as scalability, security, and compliance.

  • Basic data modeling skills: Awareness of data modeling concepts and experience with defining and configuring tables, columns, and relationships in Microsoft Dataverse or similar data management platforms.

  • Understanding of cloud computing: Familiarity with cloud computing concepts and SaaS (Software as a Service) solutions, particularly within the context of Microsoft Azure.

  • Awareness of software development lifecycle (SDLC): Knowledge of SDLC processes, including requirements gathering, testing, deployment, and application lifecycle management (ALM).


These prerequisites help ensure that students have the foundational knowledge required to grasp the more advanced topics covered in the course. However, a strong willingness to learn and a commitment to engaging with the course materials can also help compensate for gaps in experience.

Job role: Solution Architect.


Preparation for exam: PL-600.

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