Skills of today’s Power Platform Architects with Rami Mounla

Skills of today’s Power Platform Architects with Rami Mounla

Rami Mounla


FULL SHOW NOTES
https://podcast.nz365guy.com/226

  • Meet Rami Mounla from Wellington, New Zealand talks about his life and career background 
  • A conversation about how Rami started working with technology 
  • Rami talks about his journey to Microsoft Business Applications 
  • A discussion about Rami’s transition from On-premise based to Online or Cloud-based projects 
  • Introduction to Microsoft Fastrack Migration Program 
  • How effective Microsoft Fastrack Migration Program is 
  • The Fastrack Migration Program methodology 
  • The benefits of using the Microsoft Fastrack Migration Program 
  • Criteria to be recognized as a Microsoft Fastrack Solutions Architect 
  • New Zealand’s businesses reaction in making their businesses cloud enabled 
  • Rami’s journey as a Solution’s Architect 
  • The difference between an Enterprise Architect and a Solution Architect 
  • Important non-technical skills that all aspiring solution architects must have to become successful 
  • How Rami encourages or trains his team to understand, navigate and handle political projects 

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Music Credits
I dunno by grapes (c) copyright 2008 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. Ft: J Lang, Morusque

 

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Rami Mounla

Rami Mounla is a Solution Architect with an unexplainable passion for the Microsoft Power Platform. Coming from Wellington, his experience is mainly around implementing cloud services for the public sector. He has been working with Microsoft CRM since version 3.0 and have been excited about every new release ever since. In addition to that, Rami is the author of the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Extensions Cookbook and leader of the Dynamics community in Wellington. On a personal side, Rami is happily married with three gorgeous kids who draw a smile on his face every time they look at them.