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Microsoft Power Automate Fundamentals

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On this training you will learn the basic concepts for Microsoft and Azure Cloud to understand the concepts and features to design and plan your Power Automate Implementation for your Business. Microsoft Power Platform is a line of business intelligence, app development, and app connectivity software applications. Microsoft developed the Power Fx low-code programming language for expressing logic across the Power Platform. It also provides integrations with GitHub and Teams. Power Automate is a versatile automation platform that integrates seamlessly with hundreds of apps and services. Power Automate can be used to get notifications, synchronize files, approve requests, collect data, and much more.


Microsoft acquires Clear Software to improve connectivity with SAP, Oracle

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Microsoft has acquired Clear Software, a provider of integration and business-process products with an emphasis on SAP and Oracle connectivity. Microsoft announced the Clear Software purchase on October 22 and is not disclosing the price paid. Microsoft officials said they believe Clear Software's API access and back-end systems knowledge will strengthen the integration between the Power Platform and outside systems of record. Clear Software's products offer more than 100 pre-built abstractions for SAP and Oracle and can be customized for each organization's needs. Microsoft's Power Platform is a set of low-code/no-code tools for "citizen developers" (non-professional programmers) which includes Power Automate, Power Apps and Power BI. "We want to make it easier for customers to integrate a variety of systems when they build business applications with Microsoft Power Platform. The Clear Software integrations will make it a more seamless experience to use Power Apps and Power Automate to build business applications and automations over complex systems like SAP and Oracle," said Stephen Siciliano, Partner General Manager of Power Automate, in the blog post about the announcement.


Microsoft readies Power Fx, a new Power Platform low-code language

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Microsoft is continuing to try to make its Power Platform collection of low-code tools easier for non-programmers to use. The latest addition to the Power Platform stable looks to be a new low-code language called Power Fx. The Walking Cat dropped a hint earlier this week about something called "Power Fx." I believe Power Fx will be announced at Microsoft's Ignite virtual event the first week of March. Also: What is low-code and no-code?


Learn Power Query With Microsoft Power BI

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In this course you will be learning about performing various operations on a dataset using Power Query editor in Microsoft Power BI Business Intelligence software. Power Query is widely used in the industry as quick and easy way to perform various kinds of advanced operations on a dataset using just a matter of few clicks. Although it supports advanced programming support with languages like Python and R. Power Query can be used in Microsoft Power BI as well as Microsoft Excel. Here, you will be learning everything on Power BI Query editor. Power Query can be used for Cleaning and Preparing Dataset suitable for conducting further analysis and finding Insights by creating Visualization charts and Analytics reports in any business intelligence software including Power BI.


Microsoft brings RPA to Windows 10 with new Power Platform products

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Microsoft announced AI-focused Power Platform products at its Microsoft Ignite 2021 conference, which kicked off in earnest today. Among the highlights is Power Automate Desktop for Windows 10 users, a robotic process automation service (RPA) that automates tasks within Windows across various apps. New Power Virtual Agents features were also unveiled. RPA -- technology that automates monotonous, repetitive chores traditionally performed by human workers -- is big business. Forrester estimates that RPA and other AI subfields created jobs for 40% of companies in 2019 and that a tenth of startups now employ more digital workers than human ones.