Explore D365 CE & CRM track descriptions and recommended job roles to see what is waiting for you at Community Summit for Microsoft Business Applications.
- Developer -
Both new and experienced developers for CRM and D365 CE applications will find great content in this track how we can leverage tool and management capabilities in our DevOps practices, including Azure DevOps. Additional content will focus on customizing, creating integrations, and extension development.
Recommended job roles: Developers, System Administrators, Program and Project Managers, Business Analysts, Solution Architects
- System Administration/IT -
Understanding Microsoft’s continuous update model continues to be paramount in the minds of customers and partners. Special consideration in this track will be given to topics related to Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), including continuous delivery, a critical component to any ongoing system management.
Recommended job roles: Director of IT, IT Professional, Project Manager, Business Analyst, Developer/DBA, Security Administrator, System Administrator
- End User/Functional (includes case studies) -
This track will demonstrate functionality and empower new and experienced attendees to be better day-to-day users of the product. Sessions may focus on setup, tips and tricks, and integration between functional areas of the product. Subjects can include how to do various tasks, and also examples of real-world customer case studies of how an implementation uses different functionalities in finance, supply chain, manufacturing, Human Resources, and Commerce.
Recommended job roles: Line of Business Users and Managers, Project and Program Managers, Supply Chain/Logistics Managers, Human Resources/Payroll staff, Finance Professionals, Manufacturing Engineers, Master Planner, Production Manager, Business Analyst
- Data Management -
This track includes sessions on all elements in the process of planning, implementing, developing and maintaining data-driven integrations and data management in Dynamics AX 2012 and D365. Topics can include sessions on integration of ISV solutions as part of the implementation process, how to build integrations between D365 FO and Microsoft’s Power Platform: Power Apps, PowerBI and Power Automate. Other topics include integrations between D365FO and D365 for Talent as well as D365CE, such as Prospect to Cash, and also data migration during upgrade.
Recommended job roles: Business Analyst, Solution Architect, Developer, BI Specialist/DBA, Program and Project Manager, Directors of IT
- Power Platform Integrations -
The need for understanding and seeing real-world integrations of D365 and the Power Platform has never been greater. This track provides a deeper look at the key integration scenarios (including importing and exporting data) between D365 and the overall Power platform, which contains the power of Common Data Service(CDS 2.0), Microsoft Power Apps, Power Automate and Power BI.
Recommended job roles: Developers, DBAs, System Administrators, Program and Project Managers, Business Analysts, Solution Architects, Directors of IT
- D365 Integrations -
This track will focus on solutions that illustrate a direct data synchronization across Dynamics 365 for ERP, including Finance, Supply Chain Management, Human Resources, and Retail and Dynamics 365 for Sales. We’ll include sessions in this track that focus on the Common Data Service using the data integrator and templates to develop solutions such as prospect to cash, enabling the Power Automate of master and transactional data between D365 for ERP and Sales.
Recommend job roles: Developers, Consultants, System Administrators, Program and Project Managers, Business Analysts, Solution Architects
- Digital Transformation & Change Management in Moving to the Cloud -
This track focuses on moving from on-premises installation into the cloud. Topics can include how to manage the changes in licensing, customizations, cost, and preservation of customizations. We are looking for presentations that address the new licensing and subscription models that were announced in October, 2019 - but all stories of moving any aspect of a business to the cloud are welcome.
Recommended job roles: System Administrators, Project Managers, Program Managers, Leadership Roles (CIO/VP/Director of IT), Solution Architects, Business Analysts