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At first glance, the major changes in SharePoint 15 appear to be visual. SharePoint Team has also made some significant changes to the back-end infrastructure capabilities of the platform, improving …

At first glance, the major changes in SharePoint 15 appear to be visual. SharePoint Team has also made some significant changes to the back-end infrastructure capabilities of the platform, improving tools and adding new capabilities. This session focuses on those new changes, and focus on how IT Pros can prepare for the addition of SharePoint 2013 into their environments. Improvements such as a social computing features, integrated Search capabilities, advanced Web Content Management options, changes to Service Applications.

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  • Introduce our selves. (Introduce Muawiyah & Jamil)Welcome to this event, series of 4 sessions Arabic & 4 sessions in English.SharePoint 2013 has a lot of new changes, our role as a community is to make it easy for you to move on to what is new.Our Presentations & Demos are all utilizing office 365 demo.
  • Newly established group (2 months) connecting people, increase the level of maturityWe are 11 SharePoint professional, everybody is welcomed to join us in all over UAE.This is our first event, we will have more events & and we urge everybody to participate.Like our Facebook page to keep posted.
  • Welcome to SP-15 What's new. The purpose of this session to point out both the new and improved capabilities of SharePoint 2013. As with previous versions of SharePoint, SharePoint 2013 contains many features with which you will be familiar; some features might not have changed at all; others will have changed, but at a high level will provide similar functionality that willnot be new to you; and then there will be components that you will need time to fully understand before you can decide how they can benefit you and your organization.
  • HTML 5, Web 3.0 and SEO are all about semantic
  • What is SharePoint architecture:  “When you say ‘architecture’, what do you mean?” In the context of SharePoint, there are several kinds of ‘architecture’ to consider:Physical, Logical, Functional and Platform architecture. in this context, we mean Physical and Logical architecture. more info http://zoom.it/ekDF#fullPhysical, Logical : The architecture of SP 15 is very much like SP 2010Numerous platform level improvements and new capabilitiesSQL ImprovementsCache ServiceRequest ManagementUXHTML 5, Themes, MDSSharingAppsSQL Improvements: Shredded Storage, Microsoft SQL Azure compliance criteria, Removing redundant and unused tables, sparse columnsRequest ManagementRequest Management in SharePoint Server 2013 enables IT to prioritize and route incoming requests through a rules engine that applies logic to determine the nature of the request and the appropriate response. Request Management can be used to:• Route requests to servers with good health characteristics based on a new weighting schema.• Identify and block known bad requests such as web robot.• Prioritize requests by throttling lower priority requests to preserve resources for those of higher priority.• Route specific request types to other servers, either within or outside of the farm handling the request.
  • Numerous platform level improvements and new capabilitiesSQL Improvements: Shredded Storage, Microsoft SQL Azure compliance criteria, Removing redundant and unused tables, sparse columnsRequest ManagementRequest Management in SharePoint Server 2013 enables IT to prioritize and route incoming requests through a rules engine that applies logic to determine the nature of the request and the appropriate response. Request Management can be used to:• Route requests to servers with good health characteristics based on a new weighting schema.• Identify and block known bad requests such as web robot.• Prioritize requests by throttling lower priority requests to preserve resources for those of higher priority.• Route specific request types to other servers, either within or outside of the farm handling the request.MDS: Minimal Download Strategy (MDS) Functional: With this version of SharePoint, Microsoft focuses on what a user can do, and therefore the focus of the improvements with SharePoint 2013 places users at the centre of the SharePoint installation. no longer will Microsoft talk about what SharePoint can do by using the six-segment SharePoint 2010 circle.SharePoint 2013 provides a new way to work together and is the new collaboration platform. It will talk about how users can Share, Organize, Discover, Build, and Manage ideas and content in a SharePoint environment. Following is a description of each of these concepts:■ Share You can share when talking about your content and information, spreading it socially, spreading it online, spreading it easily across multiple places and devices where you might need to interconnect, whether it is on-premises, mobile, on a tablet in a cloud, or at a client site.■ Organize This is how you structure and categorize the information, whether it is a project, team, or information held in documents using SharePoint Office 2013 applications, such as Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Project, and syncing your content in SharePoint to your desktop with Microsoft SkyDrive Pro.■ Discover This concept includes connecting people across your organization, the discovery of insights and answers through the use of Business Intelligence, and finding what you’re looking for by using enterprise search. In this version of SharePoint, Microsoft has invested a great deal of effort into the integration of enterprise search.■ Build SharePoint 2013 has undergone major changes to the application model for how to build applications that are hosted on systems that are maintained by organizations on premises, or when the systems are maintained outside of the control of an organization, in the cloud; how to publish these applications internally through a corporate catalog; and publishing them outside an organization as well as sharing them across on-premises farms and cloud-based farmsthrough a public store. The new application mode also makes it possible for applications to be shared within office applications by using the new Windows 8 interface based computers, laptops, ultra books, tablets, and Windows Phone. These are now introduced to the Microsoft Office 2013 applications.■ Manage SharePoint 2013 provides better support for managing SharePoint as a platform. It can be run in the cloud with Microsoft Office 365. It contains new archiving, eDiscovery, and case management capabilities that include harePoint 2013, Microsoft Exchange Server 2013, and Microsoft Lync 2013.
  • SP15 provides a service application architecture consistent with SharePoint 2010add this to slide as new services : Translation Services, App Management, Work Management, PowerPoint Automation, Distributed CacheWeb Analytics:Reason for change: A new analytics system was required for SharePoint 2013 that included improvements in scalability and performance, and that had an infrastructure that encompasses SharePoint Online. The Analytics Processing Component in SharePoint 2013 runs analytics jobs to analyze content in the search index and user actions that are performed on SharePoint sites.The Web Analytics Service is not upgraded to the Analytics Processing Component in SharePoint 2013. When you upgrade to SharePoint 2013, the databases that contain the data from Web Analytics in SharePoint Server 2010 are not removed. These databases are not used by or maintained by the Analytics Processing Component in SharePoint 2013. This means that documents on sites in SharePoint Server 2010 that are upgraded will show a hit count of 0. ( The business requirements change then this reflect on technical)Office Web Apps: Office Web Apps has evolved into a separate server product, Office Web Apps Server, that can serve multiple SharePoint farms, Microsoft server products, especially SharePoint Server, Exchange Server, and Lync Server. and File servers (URL accessible)
  • Minimum Hardware :The values in the following table are minimum values for installations on a single server with a built-in database and for web and application servers that are running SharePoint 2013 in a multiple server farm installationMinimum software:SQL:The 64-bit edition of Microsoft SQL Server 2012. The 64-bit edition of SQL Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1OS:The 64-bit edition of Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1 (SP1) Standard, Enterprise, or Datacenter or the 64-bit edition of Windows Server 2012 Standard or DatacenterOther:The SharePoint parsing process crashes in Windows Server 2008 R2 (KB 2554876)FIX: IIS 7.5 configurations are not updated when you use the ServerManager class to commit configuration changes (KB 2708075)Hotfix: ASP.NET (SharePoint) race condition in .NET 4.5 RTM:Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 (KB 2759112)Windows Server 2012 (KB 2765317)Microsoft .NET Framework version 4.5http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc262485.aspx
  • Compliance levels extended to sites:Project closure and expiration policy:Closure of a sub-site does not prevent any usage of the site and essentially places it in a deletion countdown state. When a site is closed, it is trimmed from places that aggregate open sites to site members such as Outlook, OWA, and Project Server.Sites MailboxA site mailbox brings Exchange emails and SharePoint documents together. For users, a site mailbox serves as a central filing cabinet, providing a place to file project emails and documents that can be only accessed and edited by site members. Read more: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj150499.aspx and
  • https://uaespdemo.sharepoint.commuawiyah@uaespdemo.onmicrosoft.comOpen contoso, Home page components, open site email then send emails
  • SharePoint 2013 web site examples: http://ca.marantz.com/ca/pages/home.aspxhttp://www.brightstarr.com/http://www.sharethepoint.com/pages/home.aspxSupport the tools and workflows designers use:Variations & Content Translation: When you publish the source site, all publishing pages from the Pages library are copied automatically to the targets and queued for translation and publishing. Document libraries, announcement lists, and image libraries are also copied as part of the variations process. List variations are similar to page variations with one exception: you cannot specify individual items for translation. The complete list will be copied to targets and packaged for translation when using human translation or submitted to Microsoft for machine translation.Variations definition: Individual instances of a website that are localized and/or translated for a particular language and locale. Cross Site Publishing:Create content in an Authoring environment and use it in any one of your SharePoint publishing environments.Things to know:This is not content deploymentRequires the Publishing featureRequires a Catalog
  • Add YouTube videoAdd image the apply rendition (drag drop image)
  • Facebook, twitter, and LinkedIn
  • MSDN forums
  • Newsfeed and about me site
  • Business intelligence (BI) in SharePoint 2013 provides comprehensive BI tools that integrate across Microsoft Office applications and other Microsoft technologies. These BI tools are: Excel 2013, Excel Services in SharePoint 2013, PerformancePoint Services in SharePoint Server 2013, Visio Services in SharePoint, SharePoint 2013, and Microsoft SQL ServerExcel BI:In-Memory BI Engine (IMBI): The In Memory multidimensional data analysis engine (IMBI), also known as the Vertipaq engine, allows for almost instant analysis of millions of rows and is a fully integrated feature in the Excel client.Power View Add-in for Excel: Power View ("Crescent") enables users to visualize and interact with modeled data by using highly interactive visualizations, animations and smart querying.. Users can present and share insights with others through rich storyboard presentation capabilities. PowerView is powered by the BI Semantic Model and the VertiPaq engine.Decoupled PivotChart and PivotTable reports: Users can now create PivotChart reports without having to include a PivotTable report on the same page.http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj542395(v=office.15)
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  • 1. SP 15 - WHATSNEW?
  • 2. www.uaesharepoint.orgwww.facebook.com/uaesharepoint@UAESharepointwww.linkedin.com/groups/UAESharePoint-4759377
  • 3. Agenda Social Search UI & UX Apps BI Lots of demos along the way!
  • 4. WEB 3.0
  • 5. Physical Logical Platform Function al
  • 6. Platform Functional
  • 7. Architecture remains the same asthat for SharePoint 2010
  • 8. ▪ Delete sites automatically▪ Project closure and Delete▪ Seamless integration of Exchange▪ Designed for managing discovery cases and holds.
  • 9. ▪ Variations & Content Translation▪ Product Catalog▪ Cross Site Publishing▪ Video & Embedding▪ Image renditions▪ Metadata navigation
  • 10. ▪ Microblogging ▪ Share content, links, and media ▪ Follow people, sites, content, and conversations▪ Activity Feeds ▪ Provides a view into recent activity related to content, links, media, and people
  • 11. ▪ Communities ▪ Community sites with self-service administration and moderation ▪ Modern community features such as achievements and reputation▪ Discussions ▪ Modern discussion boards▪ Blogs ▪ Client application integration ▪ Categories, comments, and moderation
  • 12. ▪ Themes▪ HTML 5▪ SEO▪ Clean URLs, MDS▪ Design Manager▪ Device Channels▪ Managed Navigation▪ Office Mobile Web Apps
  • 13. ▪ Apps are self-contained pieces of functionality that extend the capabilities of a SharePoint website▪ Place to host your App: ▪ App Store ▪ On-premise
  • 14. ▪ Excel BI ▪ Instant analysis through In Memory BI Engine▪ Excel Services ▪ Improved data exploration▪ PerformancePoint Services ▪ Filter enhancements and Filter search ▪ Dashboard migration ▪ Support for Analysis Services Effective User▪ Visio Services ▪ Supports comments on Visio Drawings ▪ Maximum Cache Size service parameter
  • 15. ▪ New Search architecture with one unified search▪ Personalized search results based on search history▪ Rich contextual previews
  • 16. ▪ Environment (Free, trials …) ▪ Azure: Bay, Trial, MSDN Subscribers ▪ Office 365 Preview▪ Try It!! https://uaespdemo.sharepoint.com E-mail Password jamil@uaespdemo.onmicrosoft.com P@ssw0rd imad@uaespdemo.onmicrosoft.com P@ssw0rd reem@uaespdemo.onmicrosoft.com P@ssw0rd