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What's new in search for share point 2013 (a lot!)


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  • Introduction slide
  • Get you excited about all the new scenariosembTop 4 things to remember Revolutionized the search experience, - dynamic intent based system much more than just a search page – many places where search shows up – doc libraries, social, analytics introduced easy ways to customize the system – tune it to search based aplications single search architecture – all one end2end systemEverything is available onprem and office 365
  • A little historyEarly pure play vendors concentrated on lots of features, scalability, lots of commands, lots of xml – very hard to get up and running – an army of consultants to get it working right and compStruggled with providing a great OOB experience, mostly for demo purposed and companies would have to build a good front end2013Best of fast, scalability, extensibilitySimiplicity and manageablity of Sharepoint and combined themDon’t need to learn two sets of comands, etcSearch is everywhere – BI, social, analytics, etcFocused on the platform, findability/relevance, search now track the end-user activities and knows what has been created and what is followed Used those signals to target the end user experienceNot just about relevancy, etc. Shoould be able to use OOB, but also be able to extend and can always build a search experience as well
  • Concentrate on three areas: some of the core new features in search highlight some of the places where search pops up abilty to extend search – not in terrible depth, but a primer on the extensibilityNew integrated architecture, office 365 and hybrid search across onprem/365
  • Left hand – feedingRight hand – user/queryCrawl and connector - knows how to talk to repositories, pack up and get into the indexContinuous crawl gives you 30 minute freshnessContent Processing – knows how to open items PDF, HTML, extracts the content, linguistic, entity extraction, code callout to add custom code.Analysis Engine – CP uses one at a time, analysis engine understands batches and between items. Link Analysis, Social Distance, Analytics and recommendationsclick thrus turn that into reports and recommendations.Can take a site or a document and see what others are looking at (kind of like Amazon).Search Core – actually create the index, schema, sorting, deep refiners. updated schema management (on the fly at the site collection level, now fully tenantized (partitioned) – up to 50K tenants on the same coreQuery – Takes a query, linguistic analysis, stemming, etc. Query Rule Evaluation, federation, result types evaluated, display templatesAdministration – UI and PowerShellCSOM/Rest – returns oData
  • Best of FS index and SharePOint approach to ranking and melded togetherResult blocks will move up and down depending on how people use themRanking customization – still kind of an art – still try to make as easy as possible – query rules make it easier, dynamic ordering rules. Ranking tool for simple customizations to enhance ranking on custom properties.Linguistics – stemming is better, thesaurus is better – built into
  • Office 365 – content is split across on prem and cloud (or geo dispersed farms).Basically – Create a hole in the firewall to endpoints can be called from either sideDefine an enterprise search center on both sidesQuery Rules – helps tune the experience since there are multiple indexes. Pulls content from the other side that will be shown in result blocks.Query for team site from inside will pull a result block from the outsideQuery from the outside will pull in specs in a block from the inside (where spec is an action word)a form of federation
  • Conclusion slide
  • SharePint


  • 1. What’s New with Search inSharePoint 2013?(a lot!)Barry BoudreauCTO, Kiefer Consulting
  • 2. Session Objectives And Takeaways
  • 3. 1. Core enterprise search2. Integrated SharePoint experiences3. Extending searchDEMO
  • 4. Demo Recap – Core Enterprise Search
  • 5. 1. Core enterprise search2. Integrated SharePoint experiences3. Extending searchDEMO
  • 6. Demo Recap – integrated SP experiences
  • 7. 1. Core enterprise search2. Integrated SharePoint experiences3. Extending searchDEMO
  • 8. Demo Recap – extending search
  • 9. Unified Search Architecture
  • 10. Relevance Gets Better Too!
  • 11. Session Objectives And Takeaways
  • 12. Join us right after the event here at theWoodlake Hotel for SharePint! Socialize and unwind after our day of learning.