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  • 1. 2 2IntroductionHistory of SharePointSP 2010Architectural ChangesApplication ServicesMOSS 2007 vs. SharePoint 2010
  • 2. 3 3 Microsoft SharePoint is a family of software products developed by Microsoft forcollaboration, file sharing and web publishing.This family of products includes: Microsoft SharePoint Server Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Microsoft Search Server Microsoft SharePoint Designer Microsoft SharePoint Workspace Microsoft SharePoint is a Web technology based server that can be used to buildportals, collaboration sites, and also content management sites. It is very flexible in anumber of features and support various enterprise and Web scenarios. document management solutions web content management systems search engine wikis blogs social networking business intelligence workflow providing a framework for web application development
  • 3.  SharePoint Portal Server 2001 (SPS 2001 ) document management and indexing application the first commercial release of SharePoint basic workflow options, including parallel and serial approval routing two major problems - the web store and the digital dashboard Microsoft Office SharePoint Portal Server 2003 (SPS 2003) Replace the Web Store with SQL Server as the storage back-end Replace Digital Dashboard with ASP.NET for the front-end STS (Office Add in) was renamed Windows SharePoint Services (WSS), and became part ofWindows Server 2003 Built on top of WSS contained indexing/search, personalisation and enhanced management/taxonomy a more robust and scalable platform Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 (MOSS 2007) based on ASP.NET 2.0 technology CMS and SPS joined together as the two product groups Workflow was back on the agenda, and now there is a common engine to build around -Windows Workflow Foundation4
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  • 6.  SharePoint 2010 is distributed in three editions: SharePoint Foundation 2010 Basic Version Free with Windows Server Supports limited functionalities SharePoint Server 2010 Standard WSS/WSF + Advanced Functionalities Licensed SharePoint Server 2010 Enterprise Standard Edition + Additional Functionalities Licensed Microsoft has described the new version as the "Business Collaboration Platform for theEnterprise and the Web"7
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  • 8. 9 9 Server installations Processor 64-bit, four cores RAM 4 GB for developer 8 GB for production use in a single server or multiple server farm Hard disk 80 GB for system drive Database servers Processor 64-bit, four cores for small deployments 64-bit, eight cores for medium deploymentsRAM 8 GB for small deployments 16 GB for medium deploymentsHard disk 80 GB for system drive
  • 9.  Production Servers SharePoint Server 2010 will be 64-bit only Windows Server 2008 + SP 2 or 64-bit Windows Server 2008 R2. SQL Server 2008 or 64-bit SQL Server 2005 Development Windows 7 or Windows Vista – x64 Client computer Microsoft Silverlight 3.10
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  • 11. SharePoint Databases SharePoint data and content stored in SQL Server Provides foundation for scaling to Web farm environment Configuration data stored in configuration database Site content and customizations stored in content databases
  • 12.  Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 Configuration Central Administration Content Usage Business Data Connectivity Application Registry Subscription Settings Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010, Standard edition State(State service application, InfoPath Forms Services, Visio Services) Web Analytics Staging(Web Analytics service application) Web Analytics Reporting(Web Analytics service application) Property(Search service application) Crawl(Search service application) Search Administration(Search service application) Profile(User Profile service application) Synchronization(User Profile service application) Social Tagging(User Profile service application and the Metadata Management service application, if tagsare used for metadata) Managed Metadata Service(Managed Metadata service application) Secure Store(Secure Store service application) Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010, Enterprise edition Word Automation Services (Word Automation Services service application) PerformancePoint(PerformancePoint service application)13
  • 13. SharePoint Databases Display the SSMS and show the SharePoint 2010 Database Display the IIS 7.0 Web Server, to show the virtual directories. Root folder structure for SharePoint C:Program FilesMicrosoft Office Servers14.0 C:Program FilesCommon FilesMicrosoft SharedWeb Server Extensions14
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  • 15. What is site and site collection SharePoint manages sites in terms of site collections Each Web Application can host one or more site collections Each site collection has exactly one top-level site A site collection may (or may not) have child sites
  • 16. 18 Display Web Application Display Site Collections Display sample SiteWhat is site and site collection
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  • 21. 23 23 VS2010 comes with SharePoint development tools including a much easier way topackage and deploy applications SharePoint 2010 can now be installed on Windows 7 or Windows Vista (for developmentpurposes only) use SharePoint Client object model - for Windows /WPF development Environment to run/test sandbox application SharePoint 2010 requires a 64-bit operating system in Windows Server 2008 XSLT has replaced the CAML approach for creating views in SharePoint Lists List Lookups can now apply relationships between lists and they have transactedcascading deletes Integration of ADO.NET Data Services provides a way to get data from SharePointremotely using REST style web services Support for JQuery and Power Shell Script
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  • 23. 25 BCS Used to define integration with Line of business (LOB) applications Search Indexing content and providing search query results. This service can be split upso that one can manage the indexing whilst another provides the query. Secure Store Provides the capability to store data such as a credential set and associate it to aspecific identity or group of identities. Managed Metadata Service Provides access to a managed taxonomy hierarchy such as keywords, social tagsand content type publishing across site collections People Provides user profiles, organizational profiles and social tags. works with my sitesand works with the MMS and Search service. Web AnalyticsProvides web usage patterns and statistics
  • 24.  Access Services Excel Services Visio Graphics Service Word Conversion Service State Service Usage and health Data Collection Performance Point26
  • 25.  Significant enhancements and changes over the previous edition SharePoint 2010 farms will only run on 64 bit servers SharePoint 2010 UI makes significant use of JavaScript and Ajax; Introduction of the editing Office Ribbon in line with Office 2007; Web Edit, allowing easy customization of a site; Silverlight Web Part, allowing rapid integration of rich Silverlight applications; Rich Theming, allowing improved skinning of a SharePoint 2010 site; Support for multiple browsers, including Internet Explorer, Firefox and Safari (amongstothers); Enterprise Metadata Management ("SharePoint taxonomy"), which enables a centralizedtaxonomy; Inline editing of lists and forms using Ajax, reducing the number of post-backs to theServer; More master pages including a "simple" master page to make web design with SharePointmuch easier; Improved Search function, including bring Fast in to the SharePoint stack; Improved two way integration with Line of Business (LOB) applications; Expanding social computing features from previous My Sites; Adoption of REST web service along with SOAP.27
  • 26. 28 28Document Id ServiceAnother typical ECM challenge is keeping track of documents that have moved.The Document Id Service helps here by generating a unique identifier for everydocument uploaded.It then stores this URL as metadata on your document and then creates a linkpassing the id to _layouts/docidredir.aspx.Document Setsto group documents together in sets that can be worked with as one logical unit.The document set has a settings page which allows you to specific which childcontent types to includeIt also provides the ability to download the whole set as a zip file.Managed Metadata (Term Store)There is central repository place called the Term Store that allows you to create ahierarchy of terms called a term set. This allows you to make relations to things.For example, you could have continents, relate to countries, relate to states, relateto cities.Enterprise Content TypesEnterprise Content Types (or ECTs) solve the problem of having to keep contenttypes synchronized across site collections.ECT allows you to define one site collection as the hub and then the ManagedMetadata Service looks at the source site collection and periodically updates all othersite collections with any changes.
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  • 28. Information forIT Prosat TechNethttp://MSSharePointITPro.comInformation forDevelopersat MSDNhttp://MSSharePointDeveloper.comInformation forEveryonehttp://SharePoint.Microsoft.com
  • 29. 31http://sharepoint.microsoft.com/en-us/buy/pages/editions-comparison.aspxReferences
  • 30. 32Q & A