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A introduction to SharePoint 2010
A introduction to SharePoint 2010
A introduction to SharePoint 2010
A introduction to SharePoint 2010
A introduction to SharePoint 2010
A introduction to SharePoint 2010
A introduction to SharePoint 2010
A introduction to SharePoint 2010
A introduction to SharePoint 2010
A introduction to SharePoint 2010
A introduction to SharePoint 2010
A introduction to SharePoint 2010
A introduction to SharePoint 2010
A introduction to SharePoint 2010
A introduction to SharePoint 2010
A introduction to SharePoint 2010
A introduction to SharePoint 2010
A introduction to SharePoint 2010
A introduction to SharePoint 2010
A introduction to SharePoint 2010
A introduction to SharePoint 2010
A introduction to SharePoint 2010
A introduction to SharePoint 2010
A introduction to SharePoint 2010
A introduction to SharePoint 2010
A introduction to SharePoint 2010
A introduction to SharePoint 2010
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This is sample presentation for the training on SharePoint 2010. The course details can be found at: http://manish-sharepoint.blogspot.com/2010/06/online-training-on-sharepoint-2010.html

This is sample presentation for the training on SharePoint 2010. The course details can be found at: http://manish-sharepoint.blogspot.com/2010/06/online-training-on-sharepoint-2010.html

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  • SharePoint Server 2010 is the next version of the SharePoint technology stack. There will be three different SKUs for SharePoint Server 2010SharePoint 2010 Server Enterprise, also known as SPSSharePoint 2010 Server StandardMicrosoft SharePoint Foundation, also known as SPFSharePoint 2010 Server only runs on 64-bit operating systems. This is different from MOSS 2007 and WSS 3.0 which ran on either a 32-bit OS and a 64-bit OS. SharePoint 2010 Server is the first version of the product that supports installation on a client OS for development. The supported clients OS included 64-bit version of Windows 7 and Windows Vista SP2. Note thought that client operating systems are only supported as development environment usage.Supported IIS version is nowIIS 7.0, which provides more enhanced and improved platform for the asp.net pages. Note that due IIS 7.0, there are few changes for the httpmodules and httphandlers registrations in the web.config. This means that if you have previously used SPWebConfiguModifaction object to register web.config changes to SharePoint applications, these have to be updated.SharePoint it self has been implemented over .NET FrameWork 3.5 SP1, which also means that ajax & Silverlight modifications natively supported by the platform. You could actually enable Ajax and Silverlight already in 2007 version, but this required changes on the server configurations, now all of the possibilities of the .NET Framework 3.5 are automatically available, without any additional configurations.
  • This slide defines the overall picture of SharePoint development platform and different capabilities which we have. New and improved functionalities have been marked with different colors.There’s lot of general improvements, but let’s concentrate on the new functionalitiesYou could use Silverlight already in 2007, but this required additional configurations for the server and for customization to be deployed. 2010 supports Silverlight developement without any additional configurations and with VS2010 you can also easily depbug your Silverlight applications running in the SharePoint context.List view rending technque has been improved to provide more robust and flexible options for rending the information.2010 provides LINQ based access to list information – you can build up your queries using strongly typed objects and you don’t have to use CAML anymore, if you don’t likeREST provides extremely easy integration to SharePoint list information to any technology. You can use Client Object Model to manipulate SharePoint information remotely. There’s three different OM’s available - .NET, Silverligth and Javascript. You can utilize these in your customizations to modify the site structures and behaiviour remotely for example from you Silverlight applicationAs a final topic - You can link any LOB system to your SharePoint using the familiar SharePoint look and feel. External Lists utilizes external content types, which define the interface to external system and how information should be handled. You can use external content types to manipulate information or index information to SharePoint search. External content types support also write back to the LOB system.
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    • 1. A Introduction To SharePoint 2010
      Online Training On SharePoint 2010 By MossExperts
      http://manish-sharepoint.blogspot.com/
    • 2. Agenda
      • Introduction to SharePoint
      • 3. SharePoint Foundation 2010 and SharePoint Server 2o10
      • 4. Hardware/Software Requirements
      • 5. SharePoint 2010 and Feature Areas
      • 6. SharePoint 2010 Technology Stack
      • 7. SharePoint CAL’s Review
      • 8. SharePoint Online
      • 9. SharePoint Workspace
      • 10. Type of Solutions on SharePoint
      • 11. SharePoint Development Environment
    • Sample Sites Build on SharePoint Technologies
      http://www.ferrari.com
      http://www.hawaiianair.com/Pages/Index.aspx
      http://www.kraftrecipes.com/home.aspx
      http://www.ataturkairport.com/en-EN/Pages/Main.aspx
      http://www.faurecia.com/group/Pages/Default.aspx
      http://www.pocruises.com.au/pages/default.aspx
      http://www.tcs.com/homepage/Pages/default.aspx
      http://www.woodside.com.au/Pages/default.aspx
      http://www.pfizer.co.uk/
    • 12. Employees
      Customers
      Partners
      HR, Finance, etc.
      Team Collaboration
      Personal
      Enterprise Portal
      Internet Presence
      XML Web Services
      Business Applications
      (SAP, data warehouse, custom . . .)
      SharePoint Vision
      • SharePoint 2010 is an extensible and scalable web-based platform consisting of tools and technologies that support the collaboration and sharing of information within teams, throughout the enterprise and on the web.
      • 13. SharePoint 2010 is a platform on which we can build business applications to store, share, and manage digital information within organization.
      • 14. Because we can build application with or without code, this empowers the average business user to create, deploy, and manage team websites, without depending on skilled resources, such as systems administrators or developers.
      • 15. Using lists, libraries, and web parts, we can transform team websites into business applications built specifically around making your organization’s business processes more efficient.
    • Document Management Case Study
      SharePoint
      Accessing the data over browser
      Ability to put Context with the file
      Ability to associate Business Process with the docs
      Ability to manage multiple Versions
      Ability to search the docs
      Applying different level of Security
      Check-In/Check-Out for Content
      Archiving of the content
      Effective Prevention of accidental deletion of Data
      Anti Virus Protection
      RSS
      File Share
      • File looses context
      • 16. Duplication of file again and again
      • 17. Ability to put Context with the file
      • 18. File are there for forever in a File System
      • 19. No Security
      • 20. Search is liability and time consuming
    • Content Management Server 2002
      Windows SharePoint Services “v2”
      SharePoint Portal Server 2003
      Office SharePoint Server 2007
      Portal, Web Content Management, and More
      SharePoint 2010
      SharePoint Portal Server 2001
      SharePoint Team Services “v1”
      Windows SharePoint Services “v3”
      SharePoint Foundation
      Journey of SharePoint
    • 21. SharePoint 2007
      • Windows SharePoint Services (WSS v3)
      Site and Workspace Provisioning Engine
      Out-of-the-box Collaboration Services
      • Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS)
      User Profiles, Search, Workflows, WCM
      BDC, Excel Services, Forms Services, ECM
      Browser Clients
      Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 (MOSS)
      MS Word Clients
      Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 (WSS v3)
      MS Outlook Clients
      .NET Framework 3.0
      Internet Information Services 6.0 or 7.0
      Windows Server 2003 or 2008 (32-bit or x64)
    • 22. SharePoint Server 2010 and related technologies
      An evolved version of MOSS and WSS v3
      Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 (SPS)
      Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 (SPF)
      Development can now be done on client OS
      Browser Clients
      Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010
      MS Word Clients
      Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010
      MS Outlook Clients
      .NET Framework and ASP.NET 3.5 SP1
      Internet Information Services 7.0
      Windows Server 2008 (x64 only)for Production Environments
      Windows 7 or Vista (x64 only) for Development Environments only
    • 23. SharePoint 2010 Components
      SharePoint 2010 is composed of two primary components:
      SharePoint Foundation 2010: The free product that focuses specifically on the features and functionality related to content storage, team collaboration, and document control.
      SharePoint Server 2010: The enterprise portal technology that includes all the features and functionality of SharePoint Foundation 2010, as well as more advanced capabilities related to business intelligence, search, content management, and data connectivity.
    • 24. SharePoint Foundation
      • SharePoint Foundation 2010, previously known as Windows SharePoint Services, contains
      the core document management and collaboration platform features.
      • With Foundation, the average information user can build web-based business applications without the need for technical resources or code.
      • 25. Because Foundation is available free with the Windows Server system, it has become a very popular collaborative tool for teams.
      • 26. Availability of templates and site modules, which allow users to add documents, images, and information via a simple form rather than by using code.
      • 27. Users can create a new site based on an existing template in just a few seconds.
      • 28. SharePoint Foundation is tightly integrated with Microsoft Office applications such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and Outlook, so users can create and share content using a familiar, comfortable environment.
    • SharePoint Foundation
      Ribbon UI
      SharePoint Workspace
      SharePoint Mobile
      Office Client and Office Web App Integration
      Standards Support
      Business Connectivity Services
      External Lists
      Workflow
      SharePoint Designer
      Visual Studio
      API Enhancements
      REST/ATOM/RSS
      Blogs and Wikis
      Sites
      Communities
      Composites
      Sites
      Content
      Insights
      Search
      Remote Blob Storage
      List Enhancements
    • 29. SharePoint Server 2010
      • SharePoint Server 2010 is the nexus of Microsoft collaborative and portal technologies.
      • 30. It accelerates the adoption of business process management, content management, and business intelligence across the intranet, extranet, and Internet.
      • 31. SharePoint Server 2010 delivers the tools to create, publish, and manage web-based content from a cohesive environment.
      • 32. SharePoint Server 2010 also offers the tools to automatically aggregate content from the SharePoint team sites, rolling up content from multiple sources to a central location, making information management even easier.
    • Ribbon UI
      SharePoint Workspace
      SharePoint Mobile
      Office Client and Office Web App Integration
      Standards Support
      Microsoft SharePoint 2010
      Business Connectivity Services
      InfoPath Form Services
      Access Services
      External Lists
      Workflow
      SharePoint Designer
      Visual Studio
      API Enhancements
      REST/ATOM/RSS
      Tagging, Tag Cloud, Ratings
      Social Bookmarking
      Blogs and Wikis
      My Sites
      Activity Feeds
      Profiles and Expertise
      Org Browser
      Sites
      Sites
      Communities
      Composites
      PerformancePoint Services
      Excel Services
      Chart Web Part
      Visio Services
      Web Analytics
      SQL Server Integration
      PowerPivot
      Content
      Insights
      Content
      Search
      Enterprise Content Types
      Metadata and Navigation
      Document Sets
      Multi-stage Disposition
      Audio and Video Content Types
      Remote Blob Storage
      List Enhancements
      Search
      Social Relevance
      Phonetic Search
      Navigation
      FAST Integration
      Enhanced Pipeline
    • 33. Minimum Hardware Requirements
      x64
      Quad processor, 2.5 Ghz
      CPU
      4 GB for developer or evaluation use
      8 GB for production use
      Memory
      80 GB for installation
      Additional drive space required for day to day use
      Storage
    • 34. Minimum Software Requirements
      x64 Windows Server 2008 SP2 Standard
      X64 Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard
      Windows 7 or Windows Vista SP2 – 64 Bit (Only Development)
      x64 edition
      Service Pack 3 + KB967909
      x64 edition
      Standard
      Service Pack 1 + KB970315
      SQL Server 2005
      SQL Server 2008
      Operating System
    • 35. Technology Stack
      User Interface
      Browsers
      Office Apps
      Custom Apps
      Web Services
      Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010
      Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Server 2010
      Windows Server 2008
      (x64 only)
      .Net Framework 3.5 SP1
      IIS 7.0
      Web Application Tier
      SQL Server 2008
      Config DB
      Service Application DB
      Content DB
      SharePoint Admin Content
      Windows Server 2008
      (x64 only)
      Windows Server 2008
      (x64 only)
      DataTier
      Few More DB’s
    • 36. Functional Architecture
    • 37. MOSS »»» SP2010
    • 38. Three Tiers: Enterprise, Standard and Foundation
      Sites
      Communities
      Content
      Search
      Insights
      Composites
      SharePoint Server 2010 for Internet Sites, Enterprise includes Enterprise CAL features
      SharePoint Server 2010 for Internet Sites, Standard includes Standard CAL features;
    • 39. The 2010 LineupSpanning Intranet, Internet, and Extranet scenarios, with specialty servers for Enterprise Search
      Intranet
      Internet/Extranet
      Enterprise Client Access License (CAL)Standard Client Access License (CAL)
      New
      High-End Search
      New
      New
      New
      Enabling Technologies
    • 40. The Standard CALDocuments and people
      Provides a collaboration platform across all types of content. Use the core capabilities of SharePoint manage content and business processes, find and share information and expertise, and simplify how people work together across organizational boundaries.
      Social Computing
      (Enterprise Wikis, Ratings, Folksonomy)
      Document/Records Mgmt.
      Portal
      (Personalized Content and MySites)
      ECM, WCM,Rich Media Mgmt.
      Enterprise Search
      Legal Holds, In-place Records Mgmt.
    • 41. The Enterprise CALDocuments, people… and data
      Enables advanced collaboration scenarios for end users to locate, create, and act on data and documents in disparate sources from within a familiar and unified infrastructure
      Advanced Charting
      PerformancePoint Services
      Excel Services
      Visio Services
      InfoPath Forms Services
      Access Services
      Custom Reports
      Client LOB Integration/
      LOB Web Parts
      FAST Search Use Rights*
      Social Computing
      Doc/Records Mgmt.
      Portal
      ECM, WCM, RMM
      Enterprise Search
      Legal Holds, In-Place Rec. Mgmt.
      * Requires FAST Search Server 2010 for SharePoint
    • 42. The Enterprise CALDocuments, people… and data
      Enables advanced collaboration scenarios for end users to locate, create, and act on data and documents in disparate sources from within a familiar and unified infrastructure
      Performance-Point Services
      • Create dynamic and highly interactive dashboards
      • 43. Rich data displays
      FAST Search*
      • Related searches
      • 44. Thumbnails, previews & view-in-browser
      • 45. Multi-level sorting on any property
      • 46. Refinement with exact counts
      Access Services
      • Create and publish Access-based applications
      • 47. Nearly full parity with the Access client applications
      Advanced Charting
      PerformancePoint Services
      Excel Services
      Visio Services
      InfoPath Forms Services
      Access Services
      Custom Reports
      Client LOB Integration/
      LOB Web Parts
      FAST Search Use Rights*
      Social Computing
      Doc/Records Mgmt.
      Portal
      ECM, WCM, RMM
      Enterprise Search
      Legal Holds, In-Place Rec. Mgmt.
      * Requires FAST Search Server 2010 for SharePoint
    • 48. SharePoint OnlineBringing SharePoint Server 2010’s business collaboration platform capabilities to the cloud
      Intranet
      Internet/Extranet
      Enterprise User Subscription License (USL)
      Standard User Subscription License (USL)
      Deskless User Subscription License (USL)
      Internet Sites Offer
      Partner Access Offer
      New
      New
      New
      Moving towards parity between on-premises and online
      Parity in features and scenarios enabled
      Introducing: Enterprise USL, Internet Sites, and Partner Access offers
    • 49. The Power of Choice!
      On-Premises and Online Hosting
      On-Premises Deployments
      SharePoint Online Standard
      SharePoint Online Dedicated
      Self-hosted and managed
      Direct access to physical machines
      Central admin access
      Hosted within own data centers
      Entire environment customizable
      All accounts, machines, and data within a single AD Forest
      Available to companies of any size.
      Multi-tenant hosting
      Shared Hardware
      Outsourced IT management
      Hosted within MS data centers
      Partial trust code support
      Support for SharePoint Designer based customizations
      Certificate authentication (today) or Forms based authentication (2010)
      Available for companies with 5+ seats
      Dedicated Hosting
      Dedicated Hardware
      Outsourced IT management
      Hosted within MS data centers
      Most of the environment is customizable (Full and Partial Trust Code Support)
      Machine and Process accounts in a different AD Forest
      NTLM Authentication
      Available for companies with 5000+ seats
    • 50. SharePoint Workspace - What Is It?
      • Microsoft Office 2010 client application that syncs with SharePoint
      SharePoint
      Workspace 2010
      • Gives users fast, anytime, anywhere access to SharePoint content
      SharePoint
      Server 2010
    • 51. What Does It Sync?
      • Collaborative content from 2010 SharePoint servers
      • 52. Team sites (My sites)
      • 53. Document libraries, lists, external lists
      SharePoint
      Workspace 2010
      SharePoint
      Server 2010
    • 54. SharePoint V/S Other Development Technologies
      • One provisioning infrastructure for thousands of sites.
      • 55. All the basic infrastructure with lot of features are available. It only needs to be enhanced based on application needs.
      • 56. Many built-in features which can be used to develop complex solution.
      • 57. Integrated with Content management.
      • 58. Developer creates provisioning infrastructure per site
      • 59. Multiple sites = duplicating infrastructure
      • 60. Site Provisioning time is quite high.
      • 61. Maintenance of these individual sites sometime becomes very complicated.
      • 62. Cost of SharePoint Licenses is quite high.
    • Type of Solutions on SharePoint
      Customization using Browser: These customization are done using the Internet Explorer. These are called OOB (Out of Box) changes and they can do not require any coding. Any body having good understanding on SharePoint concepts can use them to develop solutions on SharePoint.
      Customization using SharePoint Designer: SharePoint Designer is the tool to develop very advanced solutions on SharePoint. With this developers connect to SharePoint site and create solutions. Using SharePoint Designer lot of customization can be done such as Workflows, Master Pages, Layout Pages, functionalities using Data View Web Parts, solutions with BCS and so on. These kind of solutions are called ‘No Code’ solutions and they do not need any kind of code deployment.
      Customization using Visual Studio: With Visual Studio we can extend SharePoint capabilities as we want. SharePoint opens all it API's where developer can do their coding. These solution needs to be deployed in a SharePoint Farm. These kind of solution needs to be deployed in the SharePoint farm using Feature, Solutions as preferred way. To learn these skills exposure to .Net is required.
    • 63. SharePoint Development Platform

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