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SharePoint 2013 Business Intelligence for Business Users: ...

SharePoint 2013 Business Intelligence for Business Users:

Designed for busy information workers and executives, this presentation will focus on the new SharePoint 2013 Business Intelligence capabilities coupled with Excel 2013, Excel Services, Performance Point and Dashboard Designer, Reporting Services with Report Designer. Learn how new capabilities in SharePoint 2013 can help you implement your BI strategy. We’ll also share a self-service model to help you quickly and easily augment decision-making with SharePoint’s powerful BI features while reducing your reliance on IT.

Practical SharePoint 2013 Development Environment:

Technical professionals will learn tips and tricks based on a tested exercise of building out an effective SP 2013 Development environment with Windows 2012 Active Directory and DNS, Exchange 2013, SQL Server 2012 with BI Components, SP 2013 with BI Support, OWA 2013, and Workflow Manager. Learn about the real-world challenges to build a SharePoint 2013 Development Environment. We’ll share best practices based on an orderly step-by-step process developed by Netwoven to successfully install and configure development environments.

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  • 1. Practical SharePoint 2013 Development Environment Rajesh Agadi Netwoven Inc
  • 2. My Bio • Over 18 years of Consulting Experience • Focused on Microsoft Stack of ECM • Worked and deployed across all SharePoint versions. • Organizational Portals/Extranets/Public Sites/Migration/Branding/Workflows/Custom • Infrastructure/Information/Technical Architecture and Hardcore development. • Held Consulting Architecture and Organizational Leadership roles. • MCSD and MSTS in SharePoint • http://www.linkedin.com/in/rajeshagadi • http://rajeshagadi.blogspot.com/
  • 3. Netwoven Customers TECHNOLOGY CONSULTING
  • 4. Agenda • Challenges and Goals • Baseline Requirements • Developer Scenarios • Options • Infrastructure Design • Installations • My Wish List • Personal Experience • Highlights • Points to note • Evolving Quick Reflect Back
  • 5. SharePoint Evolution Apps Branding Enhanced BI Enhanced Content management Enhanced Mobile Performance Storage eDiscovery SharePoint 2013 Service Application BI Infrastructure Performance Mobile SharePoint 2010 Business Platform Web Content Management Business Connectivity Services Excel Services Workflow Enhanced My Sites SharePoint 2007 Portal Server Team Sites Search SSP SharePoint 2003 Portal Server(2001) Team Service (2002) Digital Dashboard SharePoint 2001 Sites List/Libraries Team Sites Apps REST Claim OAuth Service Application SandBox CSOM TRUE ASP.Net Solutions ServerSideOB WSS1.0 SPS 2013 ASP.Net Ran Inside IIS ASP Database STS FPES Folder Based
  • 6. Evolution of SharePoint Execution Model
  • 7. Developer Entry Points • WCF Web Serivice _vti_bin/ client.svc.->JavaScript • RESRful endpoint _api/ Maps to _vti_bin/ client.svc. _api/publishing _api/search
  • 8. Developer Scenarios • Farm Solution • Branding • Workflow • Apps for SharePoint • Apps for O365 • BI Development Server Environment Browser Workflow Manager Sub Domain Setup O365 Developer Site SQL Server Components
  • 9. MS Guidelines • x64-capable CPU, and at least 16 GB of RAM to install and run SharePoint 2013; 24 GB of RAM is preferable • Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1 x64 or Windows Server 2012 • Develop apps for SharePoint for SharePoint 2013 on Windows 7 or Windows 8, you can sign up for an Office 365 Developer Site and develop apps remotely • Installing SharePoint 2013 on client operating systems (such as Windows 7) is not supported
  • 10. Options • All Inclusive Single Server Farm under Corp Network – AutoSPInstaller (http://autospinstaller.codeplex.com) – AutoSPInstallerGUI (http://autospinstallergui.codeplex.com) – Using AutoSPInstall to install SharePoint 2013 (http://rajeshagadi.blogspot.com/2013/03/using-autospinstall-to-install.html) – Still need additional Servers • Laptop VM – Search/Distributed Cache • Memory Hungry – Not efficient
  • 11. Goals • *Independent Development Environment • Comprehensive Setup for Development Opportunities • Modern Software (2012+2013 Editions) • Ability to Make and Break • Repeatability
  • 12. Platform Combination Map • Windows 2012 AD, DNS, CA, Exchange 2013 • SQL Server 2012 with BI Components • SP 2013 with BI Support • OWA 2013 • Workflow Manager • VS.Net 2012 (TFS 2012) • SPD 2013
  • 13. Foundational Infrastructure • Hardware (~$2K) – TYAN S8230, Up to 128GB, G34 / (2) – AMD 45nm 8-Core/12-Core Opteron 6100 Series Processors • Virtualization – VMWare Server Free (End of support June 30, 2011) – VMWare Workstation • Sysprep OS Images – Win 2012 • Linked Clone
  • 14. Infrastructure Design • DC+DNS+CA • SQL Server • Exchange Server • SP 2013-WFE (Development) • SP 2013-APP1 • SP 2013-APP2 • OWA • Work Management • UAG
  • 15. AD • Static IP • Choose appropriate Domain and NetBIOS Name
  • 16. DNS • Ensure Forwarders are in place
  • 17. CA Import-Module ServerManager Add-WindowsFeature Adcs-Cert-Authority -IncludeManagementTools Add-WindowsFeature Adcs-Enroll-Web-Svc -IncludeAllSubFeature -IncludeManagementTools Add-WindowsFeature ADCS-Web-Enrollment -IncludeAllSubFeature -IncludeManagementTools
  • 18. Preparation on DC • Service Accounts • Profile Account configuration • Implement A record for your Web Apps App DNS IP Portal Web Application Portal.mydomain.com 192.168.1.37 (Pointing to SP2013WFE) My Site Web Application MySite.mydomain.com 192.168.1.37 (Pointing to SP2013WFE) Search Center Wep Application Search.mydomain.com 192.168.1.37 (Pointing to SP2013WFE)
  • 19. SQL Server Readiness • DB Engine + Integration Services • Analysis Services (MDM and Tabular)
  • 20. SQL Server Protocols and Ports • Open Portal (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/968872) • Enable Named Pipes and TCP/IP • SQL Server Rights for SharePoint Install Account
  • 21. SharePoint Servers Readiness • Windows 2012 Installed, syspreped. • Linked Cloned Instances • Setup service account >local administrator. • Optional SQL Server Alias • Ensure SQL Connectivity from SharePoint Server
  • 22. SharePoint Software Readiness • SP2013 RTM + March 2013 PU Slipstreamed • April/June 2013 CU separate Install (No Slipstream) • Complete Install
  • 23. Configuration Wizard
  • 24. Desired Services Topology • Complete Farm Configuration Wizard Server Role SP2013WFE Web Applications SP2013APP1 Central Administration All Service Applications except the Search SP2013APP2 Dedicated Search Service Application
  • 25. Web Apps • Portal • MySites • Enterprise Search • Extranet • *Configure Object Cache User – Web App Policies – PowerShell script to set properties (Claim code for User ID) – http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff758656.aspx
  • 26. User Profile Synchronization • Local Security Policy->Log on locally (FarmAdmin) • Add to local admin (FarmAdmin) • Wait…………….
  • 27. Configure Search on Dedicated Server • Custom PowerShell script
  • 28. Reporting Services Install RS in SP Mode Install RS Add In Install SQL 2012 SP1 KB2793634 Run Install- SPRSxx command Start SSRS Service SP2013WFE (Where SSRS will run) Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes SP2013APP1 (Hosts CA) No Yes Yes No Yes No SP2013APP2 (All Other servers) No Yes Yes No No No
  • 29. Install PowerPivot for SharePoint Install Configure SP2013WFE Yes Yes SP2013APP1 Yes No SP2013APP2 Yes No
  • 30. Office Web Apps 2013 1. Install OOTB + CU 2. New OWA Farm PowerShell cmdlet 3. SP Farm binding with OWA Farm cmdLet • *http(s) • Browser Compatibility Issues • False Office Compatibility error message • Beware of Excel OWA do not support Excel Data Connections (Excel Web App Web Part) • Use Document Edit option to use Rich Client
  • 31. Configuring for Apps http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/fp161236.aspx
  • 32. Configuring for Apps
  • 33. Configuring for Apps
  • 34. Workflow Manager • Install Workflow Manager – (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj193525.aspx) • Create New Workflow Farm – (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj193514.aspx) • Service Buss Configuration • Configuring Development and Client Machines for Workflow Manager 1.0 – (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj658562.aspx)
  • 35. Install Development Tools • VS.Net 2012 • Office Developer Tools VS.Net 2012 • SQL Server Data Tools for VS.Net 2012
  • 36.  Several Downloads and Installs  Several PowerShell Scripts  Sequence is important  Ensure appropriate configuration parameters  Complete baseline install and configuration  Start Development Uncover several security and further configuration requirements • Outcome – Inefficiencies in starting effective development
  • 37. My Wish List For Install and Configuration • Unified Installation Solution (Patches/Roles) • Centralized and Remote Farm Installation • Central Administration based Roles Configuration
  • 38. My Wish list for Developers • Universal Development Tools Installer • Centralized Configuration Assistance • Better ULS/IIS Log/Debug Review Panel • Early documentation release • Clarity with better examples
  • 39. True Farm Installation Wizard • Targeted to Server Roles – Hence mandatory services are selected for you per server role – Service Account prompt based standardized least security guidance – Key Feature Search Topology is only PowerShell driven. – SP 2003/2007 supported topology configuration over browser
  • 40. Now I am Too Greedy!!!! • MS preaches do less custom in SP 2013 and stay OOTB • Lack True Global Navigation OOTB • Lack OOTB Consistent Breadcrumb across CA and Site Templates • SP 2010 Hierarchical Nav control is hidden in SP 2013
  • 41. SharePoint 2013 SharePoint 2010 SharePoint 2007 SharePoint 20XX Feature Parity with On-Prem and Cloud Sell to IT Sell to Business Code and Run Inside Code and Run Outside More Resource Demanding Open Platform More Workloads Standards Support Trend
  • 42. Join us right after the event at the Firehouse Grill! Socialize and unwind after our day of learning. 1765 E. Bayshore Road East Palo Alto, CA