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  • Today we're going to cover one small part of what you need to know to be a SharePoint developer. The whole series, the rest of the nine Web casts that will be coming in the following weeks, will cover other aspects of the SharePoint world, and things that you should know to be able to develop in SharePoint. What we're going to talk about today is the Web Parts infrastructure in SharePoint, how it relates to the Web part infrastructure in ASP.NET 2.0. We'll build a Web part very quickly and easily. It will take about two minutes. We'll deploy that Web part. We'll talk about security in Web Parts, what's good access security, what does that mean, how does that impact the solutions you're going to build. We'll talk a little bit about how you can expose Web part properties, how you can get configuration information into your Web part. We'll talk about connecting Web Parts to one another so that you can take smaller Web Parts and connect them into more meaningful solutions. And we'll talk about user controls and how they fit into the Web part framework.
  • Today we're going to cover one small part of what you need to know to be a SharePoint developer. The whole series, the rest of the nine Web casts that will be coming in the following weeks, will cover other aspects of the SharePoint world, and things that you should know to be able to develop in SharePoint. What we're going to talk about today is the Web Parts infrastructure in SharePoint, how it relates to the Web part infrastructure in ASP.NET 2.0. We'll build a Web part very quickly and easily. It will take about two minutes. We'll deploy that Web part. We'll talk about security in Web Parts, what's good access security, what does that mean, how does that impact the solutions you're going to build. We'll talk a little bit about how you can expose Web part properties, how you can get configuration information into your Web part. We'll talk about connecting Web Parts to one another so that you can take smaller Web Parts and connect them into more meaningful solutions. And we'll talk about user controls and how they fit into the Web part framework.
  • This chart shows the tremendous exponential growth of blogs created since 2003.There are now 50MM blogs on the Web – the same type of exponential growth can be seen for Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, and WikipediaThese technologies are gaining considerable traction on the Web as people are finding these tools more valuable. Question for you is:How long do you think it will take your organization to have this widespread social computing adoption?When do you think your organization will get to this height of adoption of social computing tools?What are the factors that drive this exponential growth? How is social computing for users’ personal life different from social computing for users’ professional life?-----Background about Web 2.0:Web 2.0, a phrase coined by O'Reilly Media in 2003[1] and popularized by the first Web 2.0 conference in 2004,[2] refers to a perceived second generation of Web-based communities and hosted services such as social networking sites, wikis and folksonomies that facilitate collaboration and sharing between users.Industry standard definition of Web 2.0 refers to the specific technologies: blogs, wikis, RSS feeds, etc. whereas the meaning of social computing is around the experiences as a result of using such technologies.Basic tenets of Social Computing:1. Innovation flows from the community to the institution. 2. Web 2.0 is about the technologies, social computing is about value added from using these technologies.3. Users control this industry – their participation is what makes the technology successful. Web 2.0 technologies depend on participation.Users decide for themselves what, who and why. Online communities are increasingly driving the vision of organizations.
  • We’ve witnessed 3 main driving forces for the tremendous growth of social computing on the Web and now in the enterprise:Broad transparency – able to see what other people are doing and reducing redundancy in effortsViral participation – spreading virally – positive reviews via word of mouth has more credibility than top-down mgmt enforced summaries about the technology Low barrier to organize – tools are intuitive to use and because of the open nature of the tools, it is easy for users to self organizeWhen these driving forces come together, it enables community building. Now, people can find out what their peers are working on, easily self organize with the tools available, and participate as much as they want to.This ability to build a sense of community through the organization provides 3 key business values:Discover and Connect with Experts – how do you find the SMEs within an organization or among people you have never met in person?Share Tacit Knowledge – how do you transfer intellectual property into something that is tangible and can be consumed by others? What would happen to this useful knowledge if the employee retired/left the company if it wasn’t captured somewhere? Attract Talent – to stay competitive and innovative with the rapid pace of the industry, companies need to provide the right tools for the employees. Gen-Yers or Millenials are accustomed to using social computing for their way of collaboration.Let’s go through some customer examples to illustrate how they are receiving business value with their social computing environments.
  • Accenture has over 180,000 employees globally. They are a knowledge management and consulting firm, with the majority of the workforce working remotely or traveling often.They created a portal titled Accenture People as their social networking solution on their Intranet portal. Accenture People uses My Sites for public profiles and personal sites, people/expertise search, and SharePoint blogs for their social networking solution. They’ve found tremendous value in social tools because they help the employees connect and collaborate. Goal: To enable Accenture employees to leverage the knowledge, experience, and skills of others working in the company, in the most effective and efficient manner, by using technologies that would naturally encourage collaborationScenario: Need to stay innovative – very competitive industryAging workforce retiring in 5+ yrs, need to capture their tacit knowledgeHigh turnover annually – need to recruit and retain top new talentSolution: Accenture People – portal for social computing on the intranetMy Sites (personal site and public profile) and SharePoint blogs for every employee
  • Because a majority of Accenture’s employees work remotely and may have never met their coworkers, they need to be able to search for SMEs within the organization.People/expertise search is a feature that uses the information from My Sites profiles to display the search results. The results are also sorted by social distance so the user running the search can determine how many degrees of separation the person has in relationship to the end-user.People and expertise search has helped Accenture reduce the time it takes to find someone to help with a business problem. For instance, one employee was looking for a SME to help with an issue. He sent an e-mail to all the DLs he could think of and it took 2 days for him to get the right SME. He used people search to find the expert he was looking for and it took 15 minutes for him to find the same SME.Think of all the time and productivity that could be saved from using social computing tools.
  • How is Microsoft using social computing internally? One example is that we use social media to share tacit knowledge with our Academy Mobile solution.Academy Mobile is our internal Podcasting solution. There are multiple series that the end-user can choose to watch videos from, such as the Technical Series and the Executive Series.Podcasts on Academy Mobile have been a huge hit, especially with our salesforce. The folks in the field are able to provide social feedback (5 star-ratings system, comments, and tags) on the content and can stream the videos in real-time or download to a mobile device. With podcasts, the salesforce are able to get information about the latest technology news, training, and executive communications while they are on the road.In the executive series, employees who are outside of Redmond (corporate headquarters) are able to watch execs present about the business strategy or the company’s financials. For example, there are videos of our CFO talking about the latest quarterly earnings or recordings of VPs presenting in the latest All Hands Meeting. Not only are employees able to go back and re-watch the presentation, but they are also able to develop a greater sense of connection to the executives. With more folks working remotely, the podcasting solution allows employees to absorb content visually and to connect virtually with executives, some of whom they may never get a chance to meet. This is what the home page of Academy Mobile looks like. There are different series and languages the podcasts belong in. You can also search through the podcasts using the search bar or tag cloud.Even our CIO Tony Scott created a podcast that is a parody of what it’s like being the Microsoft CIO (bottom left podcast call-out).
  • When a podcast is clicked on, users can watch the video in real time using the Silverlight media player. The podcasts can be downloaded and used with mobile device – this is a very popular option for our salesforce who are always mobile. In addition, users can give social feedback on the podcast by rating it.
  • In addition to Podcasts, Microsoft also allows users to create personal blog.Here is Chris Capossela’s blog. Chris is the Senior VP of Information Worker Product Management Group (IW PMG) under the Microsoft Business Division.He uses his blog to talk about his work trips, gives personal advice on how to manage your career, and shares information about the IW PMG’s strategy. The content on his blog is transparent to everyone in the company, so that even employees outside the IW PMG can find value by learning about what his department is working on.
  • EA has about 9000 employees. EA is a leading consumer gaming company in the entertainment industry where the majority of employees are part of Gen-Y and Gen-X demographic.Electronic Arts (EA), one of the world’s top interactive game companies, employs social networking to bring its worldwide staff of 9,000 people together to share ideas and improve game development. EA used Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Server 2007 to create an internal portal called EA People where employees create personal profiles describing their skills, interests, and experience. Employees search easily by role, skills, and other criteria to find colleagues around the world who can share ideas and provide mentoring. Within a few months of releasing EA People, more than a third of EA’s employees had already begun connecting with the expertise they needed. EA People facilitates networking among EA staff, reducing duplicated efforts, speeding game development, providing better training for new employees, and making better use of talent around the world. This is a My Site profile being used at Electronic Arts. SharePoint comes with many web parts out of the box. For example, users can create a photo library. SharePoint supports 3rd party widgets, so developers can create Web parts using the Web APIs and include them in their SharePoint environment. As a powerful application development platform, SharePoint allows users to create web parts, so EA has created the Facebook web part using Facebook’s Web API
  • The product teams at EA can be considered as silos because they work mostly with people from their product and it’s hard for a developer to find other developers on different teams to help with a problem.Also, because of the rapid and competitive nature of their industry, EA needed to provide a solution that would meet the expectations of their workforce – something that is hip and cutting edge – so that it would be used and deemed useful. They decided to spice up the SharePoint My Sites, so they’ created a handful of master templates with the themes reflecting their major games. These themes are available for all their users to pick and choose from.In addition, they created a web part to aggregate all the contributions the user has made on articles and blogs so employees can get recognition for their contributions.
  • As with most companies, there are obstacles that block widespread adoption initially.4 major risks that customers have come across are:Fear of LOSS OF CONTROL – Communications and IT are worried that everyone will be blogging, posting too much info on their status, etc. and they will not be able to manage and track everythingFear of CONFIDENTIALITY RISKS – Legal and HR are worried about too much personal information being shared or client information for which the organization may be liable forLack of adoption because of UNFAMILIARITY OF TOOLS – people complain that they don’t want to learn how to use yet another tool because they already have so much they need to do Fear of MORE INFORMATION SILOS – everyone is worried that by using these tools (which anyone can create a project wiki, personal blog, start a discussion forum) there will be more information silos created instead of a transparent environmentTo address these risks, organizations must provide solutions to mitigate these problems.Governance and compliance features will help minimize this fear of loss of controlPrivacy and security settings allow users to determine how much information they want to share and who they want to share it withA Familiar UX will help the users who are unfamiliar with these tools navigate and adopt these tools more readilyAn integrated and extensible existing infrastructure will minimize the information silos by incorporating the information into a single infrastructure and allowing the IT team to develop custom applications on top of the platform to provide multiple entry points for the usersBy providing alternative solutions to address potential concerns, organizations can help the progress for widespread enterprise adoption
  • This is a summary slide of 3 SharePoint Social customer examples for each of the business values:Discover and Connect with Experts – AccentureShare Tacit Knowledge – MicrosoftAttract Talent – Electronic Arts (EA)Drill-down of customers:ACCENTURE ---Accenture has over 180,000 employees globally. They are a knowledge management and consulting firm, with the majority of the workforce working remotely or traveling often.They created a portal titled Accenture People as their social networking solution on their Intranet portal. Accenture People uses My Sites for public profiles and personal sites, people/expertise search, and SharePoint blogs for their social networking solution. They’ve found tremendous value in social tools because they help the employees connect and collaborate. Goal: To enable Accenture employees to leverage the knowledge, experience, and skills of others working in the company, in the most effective and efficient manner, by using technologies that would naturally encourage collaborationScenario: Need to stay innovative – very competitive industryAging workforce retiring in 5+ yrs, need to capture their tacit knowledgeHigh turnover annually – need to recruit and retain top new talentSolution: Accenture People – portal for social computing on the intranetMy Sites (personal site and public profile) and SharePoint blogs for every employee --- MICROSOFT ---How is Microsoft using social computing internally? One example is that we use social media to share tacit knowledge with our Academy Mobile solution.Academy Mobile is our internal Podcasting solution. There are multiple series that the end-user can choose to watch videos from, such as the Technical Series and the Executive Series.Podcasts on Academy Mobile have been a huge hit, especially with our salesforce. The folks in the field are able to provide social feedback (5 star-ratings system, comments, and tags) on the content and can stream the videos in real-time or download to a mobile device. With podcasts, the salesforce are able to get information about the latest technology news, training, and executive communications while they are on the road.In the executive series, employees who are outside of Redmond (corporate headquarters) are able to watch execs present about the business strategy or the company’s financials. For example, there are videos of our CFO talking about the latest quarterly earnings or recordings of VPs presenting in the latest All Hands Meeting. Not only are employees able to go back and re-watch the presentation, but they are also able to develop a greater sense of connection to the executives. With more folks working remotely, the podcasting solution allows employees to absorb content visually and to connect virtually with executives, some of whom they may never get a chance to meet. --ELECTRONIC ARTS –EA has about 9000 employees. EA is a leading consumer gaming company in the entertainment industry where the majority of employees are part of Gen-Y and Gen-X demographic.Electronic Arts (EA), one of the world’s top interactive game companies, employs social networking to bring its worldwide staff of 9,000 people together to share ideas and improve game development. EA used Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Server 2007 to create an internal portal called EA People where employees create personal profiles describing their skills, interests, and experience. Employees search easily by role, skills, and other criteria to find colleagues around the world who can share ideas and provide mentoring. Within a few months of releasing EA People, more than a third of EA’s employees had already begun connecting with the expertise they needed. EA People facilitates networking among EA staff, reducing duplicated efforts, speeding game development, providing better training for new employees, and making better use of talent around the world.
  • Miami- DadeCase Study at http://www.microsoft.com/casestudies/casestudy.aspx?casestudyid=200967Site Overview:The Web Portal is an Interactive Online Site for 1.5 million Students, Parents, Teachers and Administrators Web Portal to Support a User Mix of 360,000 Students, 1.2 Million Parents, 40,000 Employees, 400 School Locations Supporting 124,000 ClassesRole-Based Portals for Student, Parent, Principals, EmployeesSharePoint 2007 Currently Handling 300,000 Users, System Scaling to over 1 Million UsersInternal and External Mix of 1200 Departmental Sites, 124,000 Class Sites, Project-Based Sites, 400 School Sites, 40,000 Employee MySites
  • Start with the evolution…652 – Includes FAST, Performance Point, etc…246 – Foundation126 – Search83 – FAST12 – Performance Point45 – InfoPath22 – Excel25 – ECM18 – BCS16 - Profiles13 – Visio11 – Project11 - Office Web Apps8 – PowerPoint6 – Web Analytics4 – Foundation Search3 - Access Services3 – Word Services
  • NOTE: WE ARE NOT GOING TO LOOK AT THE SCRIPTS…This is expensive! The first operation essentially iterates over every site twice—AND it has to start and stop the stsadm logging/process/etc for each feature activation!!The first took 12+ hours and NEVER FINISHED.The latter took roughly 30 minutes.
  • Today we're going to cover one small part of what you need to know to be a SharePoint developer. The whole series, the rest of the nine Web casts that will be coming in the following weeks, will cover other aspects of the SharePoint world, and things that you should know to be able to develop in SharePoint. What we're going to talk about today is the Web Parts infrastructure in SharePoint, how it relates to the Web part infrastructure in ASP.NET 2.0. We'll build a Web part very quickly and easily. It will take about two minutes. We'll deploy that Web part. We'll talk about security in Web Parts, what's good access security, what does that mean, how does that impact the solutions you're going to build. We'll talk a little bit about how you can expose Web part properties, how you can get configuration information into your Web part. We'll talk about connecting Web Parts to one another so that you can take smaller Web Parts and connect them into more meaningful solutions. And we'll talk about user controls and how they fit into the Web part framework.

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  • 1.
  • 2. Primeiro Webcast no BrasilOverview do SharePoint 2010
    Bruno Velaz
    Líder de ProjetosMicrosot
    i-devNet | Internet & Colaboração
    Bruno.velaz@canalsharepoint.com.br
    Guilherme Gouveia
    Arquiteto SharePoint
    i-devNet – Internet & Colaboraçãob
    guilherme@canalsharepoint.com.br
  • 3. Agenda
    Apresentação
    Palestrante e Moderador
    Objetivo
    Histórico
    SharePoint 2010, o que está focando?
    Novas Funcionalidades - Overview
    Perguntas e Respostas
  • 4. Objetivo
    Com a evolução dos produtos SharePoint 2007 e agora a nova versão, este webcast terá como objetivo fazer um Overview das funcionalidades do SharePoint 2010 com sua evolução, trazendo informações como demonstração da sua instalação.
  • 5. Entendendo a evolução
    2007
  • 6. Objetivo de tudoisso?
    Sites
    Sites
    Conectar e habilitarpessoas
    Reduzircustosatravés de umainfraestruturaunificada
    Responder rapidamente as necessidadesde negócio
    Communities
    Composites
    Composites
    Content
    Insights
    Content
    Insights
    Search
    Search
  • 7. SharePoint Sites
    Ribbon UI
    Claims Based Authentication
    SharePoint Workspace
    SharePoint Mobile
    Office Client and WAC Integration
    Standards Support
    Sites
    Sites
    Communities
    Composites
    Composites
    Content
    Insights
    Content
    Insights
    Search
    Search
  • 8. SharePoint Sites
  • 9. Envolva seu público…você mesmo!
    Fácil adoção e design dos atraentes sites do SharePoint
    A interface do usuário Ribbon no SharePoint !
    Incorporando mídia rica
    Usabilidade baseada no AJAX
    Tema
    Acesso à Web em vários navegadores
    Telas da versão pré-beta, sujeitas a mudanças
  • 10. SharePoint Sites
  • 11. SharePoint Sites
  • 12. SharePoint Sites
  • 13. SharePoint Sites
  • 14. SharePoint Communities
    Tagging, Tag Cloud, Ratings
    Social Bookmarking
    Blogs and Wikis
    My Sites
    Activity Feeds
    Profiles and Expertise
    Org Browsing
    Sites
    Sites
    Communities
    Composites
    Composites
    Content
    Insights
    Content
    Insights
    Search
    Search
  • 15. SharePoint Communities
  • 16. Web 2.0
  • 17. Crescimento da Web 2.0
    Quando você vai chegar aqui?
    Crescimento de Blogs / Redes Sociais Dentro de 3 Anos
    50
    Weblogs monitorados
    em milhões
    0
    2006
    2003
    Tempo em Anos
    Source: Technorati
  • 18. O que está Influenciando este Crescimento?
    O Valor de Negócio das RedesSociais
    Community
    Comunidades
    Community
    Participação Viral
    Vasta
    Transparência
    Descobrir e conectar-se a experts
    Compartilharconhecimentotácito
    Poucasbarreirasparaorgranizar
    Atrairtalentos e novosclientes
  • 19. Computação Social com SharePoint
    Criar
    Mashups
    Compartilhar
    Participar
    Integradoao
    Office
    Tags, ratings
    RSS feeds
    Foruns de Discussão
    Extranets & compliance
    Blogs, wikis,
    podcasts
    Associar-se
    Descobrir
    RedesSociais
    Busca de Pessoas /
    Expertise
    Perfis& “My Sites”
    Rede Social
  • 20. Descobrir e Conectar-se a Experts
    Graus de Privacidade
    Expor diferentes informações para categorias diferentes de público definidas pelo usuário
    Detalhes
    Compartilhar habilidades, experiências, projetos com com colegas com interesse pessoal para a conexão social
    Rede Social
    Redes entre colegas permitem rastrear suas atividades ou usando a Web Part “Em comum com você” encontrar pertencimentos em comum com colegas
    Organograma
    Puxando automaticamente informações do diretório para acesso à hierarquia da organização
  • 21. Descobrir e Conectar-se a Experts
    Fitros sobre Resultados
    Resultadois de busca podem ser refinados para mostrar detalhes específicos, como departamento, localidade, e cargo
    Busca por Pessoas / Expertise
    Descobrindo experts em assuntos pelo nome ou palavras-chaves
    Distância Social
    Resultados organizados por catergorias de distância socialem relação ao usuário
    Indicador de Presença
    Funciona em conjunto com Serviço do Office Communicator para habilitar comunicação por to e-mail, IM, telefone, ou My Site
  • 22. Compartilhando Conhecimento Tácito
  • 23. Compartilhando Conhecimento Tácito
  • 24. Compartilhando Conhecimento Tácito
    Comentários
    Rapidamente ver ou prover feedback
    Categorias de Blog
    Criação de múltiplas categorias para classificar os posts
    Subscrição de RSS feeds
    Permite receber feeds acerca de novos posts no Outlook, Internet Explorer, My Site usando RSS Viewer Web Part ou ainda Windows Gadgets
    Opções de Postagem
    É possível criar Blog posts usando o editor de texto rico WSYIWYG ou um programa específico de blog exemplos: Office Word 2007 ou Windows Live Writer
  • 25. Atrair Talentos
  • 26. Atrair / Reter Clientes
  • 27. Desafios para a Adoção
    Riscos
    Soluções
    Perda do controle
    Governança & compliance
    Riscos sobre confidencialidade
    Configurações de privacidade & segurança
    Não familiaridade com as ferramentas
    Experiência familiar ao usuário
    Integrado e extensível usando a infra-estrutura existente
    Mais silos de informação
  • 28. Casos
  • 29. Desenvolvimento de Comunidades
  • 30. Desenvolvimento de Comunidades
    E-Textbook
  • 31. Desenvolvimento de Comunidades
  • 32. SharePoint Content
    Enterprise Content Types
    Enterprise Metadata and Nav
    Document Sets
    Multi-stage Disposition
    Audio and Video Content Types
    Remote Blob Storage
    List Enhancements
    Sites
    Sites
    Communities
    Composites
    Composites
    Content
    Insights
    Content
    Insights
    Search
    Search
  • 33. SharePoint Content
  • 34. SharePoint Content
  • 35. SharePoint Content
  • 36. SharePoint ContentRecord Management - RM
    Recycle Bin
    Check in e check out
    Versionamento (Major e Minor)
    Permissões no nível do item
    Content Types
    Policy
    Workflow
    Document Sets”: gerenciamento de multiplos documentos
    “Location-based metadata defaults”: modo de definir os valores padrões dos meta dados tendo como base a localização (folder, por exemplo) do documento.
    “Metadata navigation and filtering”: ferramenta para facilitar a navegação em listas de documentos muito grandes.
    “Document ID”: identificador único do documento (ou Document Set) que independe da localização do documento, ou seja, fornece uma url de acesso ao documento que não é formada pela localização do documento
  • 37. SharePoint ContentContent Organizer
    Essa funcionalidade tem como objetivo facilitar a organização dos documentos
    roteamento do documento para o local correto analisando um metadado associado ao documento, ou seja, de acordo com o valor de uma determinada coluna do content type o documento é direcionado para um determinado local de armazenamento.
    Essa funcionalidade sempre é utilizada associada com algum content type. Com o content type definido, podemos criar as regras de roteamento e associa-la ao content type.
    Com as regras definidas, o documento segue o fluxo abaixo:
  • 38. SharePoint ContentContent Organizer
    Conforme o número de regras aumenta, se torna mais necessário que seja possível gerenciar a estrutura de regras de uma maneira simples
  • 39. SharePoint Search
    Phonetic Search
    Navigators
    FAST Integration
    Document Preview
    Enhanced Pipeline
    Sites
    Sites
    Communities
    Composites
    Composites
    Content
    Insights
    Content
    Insights
    Search
    Search
  • 40. SharePoint Search
  • 41. SharePoint Insights
    PerformancePoint Services
    Excel Services
    Charts
    Visio Services
    Web Analytics
    SQL Server Integration/Gemini
    Sites
    Sites
    Communities
    Composites
    Composites
    Content
    Insights
    Content
    Insights
    Search
    Search
  • 42. Busca – fast & sharepoint
    Falandosobrepesquisa, ECM, RedesSocias
  • 43. Solução da PlataformaEvolução da Busca, usandocolaboração e interatividade
    Infra-estrutura de Busca
    Buscaintegrada com outrasfontes
    Alta qualidade
    Plataforma de busca flexível e escalável
    • Investigação e portais de conteúdo.
    • 44. Gerenc. Riscos e conform.
    • 45. InteligênciaCompetitiva.
    • 46. Visãounificadaporcliente
    • 47. E-Commerce
    • 48. Atendimentopersonalizado
    • 49. Intranet e pesquisa no site
    • 50. Aplicações de gestão de conteúdo (CM)
    • 51. Pessoas e buscaespecializada
    • 52. Pesquisa de dados estruturados
  • Solução da PlataformaEvolução da Busca, usandocolaboração e interatividade
  • 53. FAST Search for SharePointEvolução da Busca, usandocolaboração e interatividade
    Obter respostas melhores,
    mais rápidos usando experiências de busca de conversação
    Amplificar o impacto dos conhecimentos e competênciasatravés da construção de uma plataforma de produtividade de negócios
    Desafiadoras exigências
    com um custo de infra-estrutura de pesquisa eficaz
  • 54. FAST Search for SharePointLembrando a funcionalidade 2007
  • 55. FAST Search for SharePointLembrando a funcionalidade 2007
  • 56. FAST Search for SharePointExemplificando um pouco
    Resultadosrelacionados
    Abertura do documento office na web
    Visualização com contasexatas - Facetada
    Pessoas & Competências
    Resultadosfederedos
    Thumbnails do Documento
    Preview do Documento
  • 57. (Prototype only)
    Interatividade com produtoatravés de experiência
    Navegação Visual
    Classificação do conteúdo
    Recomendações
    Federacão do conteúdo
    Conteúdogeradopelousuário
    Localizaçãobaseado no conteúdo
    Prmoções
  • 58. Quer saber mais? Sobrebusca?Acesse
    http://www.microsoft.com/enterprisesearch/en/us/default.aspx
  • 59. SharePoint Insights
  • 60. SharePoint Insights
  • 61. SharePoint Insights
  • 62. SharePoint Insights
  • 63. SharePoint Composite
    Business Connectivity Services
    InfoPath Form Services
    External Lists
    Workflow
    SharePoint Designer
    Visual Studio
    API Enhancements
    REST/ATOM/RSS
    Sites
    Sites
    Communities
    Composites
    Composites
    Content
    Insights
    Content
    Insights
    Search
    Search
  • 64. SharePoint Composite
  • 65. SharePoint Composite
  • 66. SharePoint Composite
  • 67. SharePoint Composite
  • 68. Consolide Soluções de Colaboração
    Uma plataforma independente da capacidade para maior produtividade e ROI
    $
    Dashboardaccelerator
    BPEL ProcessManager
    BusinessForms Server
    CollaborationSuite
    Portal SearchUltra Search
    OmniFind
    SharePoint
    Business Intelligence
    Computação Social
    Sites da Internet
    LotusConnections
    WebCenterSuite
    LotusQuickr
    Beehive
    WebSpherePortal
    WebLogicAS
    Gerenciamento de Conteúdo Corporativo
    Busca Corporativa
    CapacidadesIntegradas
    Treinamento de Baixo Custo
    Manutenção Reduzida
    Gerenciamento entre Farms
  • 69. Otimize sua implantação nos cenários
    Soluções hospedadas e instaladas localmente com o SharePoint Online
    Instalada Localmente
    Serviço Hospedado
    Rápida escalabilidade
    Controle e
    propriedade
    Clientes
    Parceiros
    Funcionários
    Internet
    Extranet
    Intranet
  • 70. Solução da PlataformaEvolução de WSS e MOSS
  • 71. Mudanças e melhorias
    Falando um poucomaissobre
  • 72. Portais
  • 73. Exemplos de Portal Internet no Brasil
  • 74. Busca
  • 75. Portal com Gerenciamento de Conteúdoemmúltiplosidiomas
    Brasil
    EUA
    América Latina
  • 76. Portais
    Portal com Gestão de Conteúdopor canal
    Simuladores e
    Buscaintegrados
  • 77. Ferrari
  • 78. Migrando
    2007 para 2010
  • 79. Gerencie o impacto da sua implantação
    Previsível processo de migração com atualização visual
    Alterne entre novas interfaces de usuário nas coleções de sites de uma maneira controlada
    Nova Interface de Usuário
    Atualize os servidores sem mudar a interface de usuário
    Telas da versão pré-beta, sujeitas a mudanças
  • 80. Sharepoint 2010
    Novidades
  • 81. SharePoint 2010 - Novidades
    Nova forma de ver o SharePoint.
    Ribbons
  • 82. SharePoint 2010 - Novidades
    Nova forma de ver o SharePoint.
    Editando
    Ribbons
  • 83. Seja proativo ao gerenciar sua plataformaPrevenção de problemas e menos tempo de indisponibilidade usando o Monitoramento de Saúde
    Indicação de problema
    Dados de nível de serviço
    Links para orientações e recursos
    Telas da versão pré-beta, sujeitas a mudanças
  • 84. Responda Rapidamente às Necessidades Corporativas
    Produtividade do Desenvolvedor
    Desenvolvimento do SharePoint com o Visual Studio 2010
    Gerenciamento de Ciclo de Vida da Aplicação e Equipe de Desenvolvimento
    Qualidade mais alta da solução com as novas ferramentas de depuração
    Conectividade de Dados
    Leitura e escrita dos dados de negócios (LOB)com os Serviços de Conectividade Corporativa
    Cliente e APIs REST para acesso aos dados do Office
    Dados do SharePoint expostos através dos serviços da Web e APIs
    Soluções de Composição
    Soluções sem código com o SharePoint Designer 2010
    Automatização e visualização de processo - InfoPath e Visio
    Suporte padrão para desenvolvimento e publicação
  • 85. Responda Rapidamente às Necessidades Corporativas
    Soluções de Colaboração Corporativa
    Análise de Preços
    Relatório de Vendas
    Processos de Contratação
    Rastreamento de Projeto
    Sites de Perfil Pessoal
    Portais de Cidadãos
    Painéis de Execução
    Portais de Serviços de TI
    Planejamento de Conferência
    Localizadores de Conhecimento
    Portais Divisionários
    Sites de Análise de Conformidade
    Agendamento de Entrega
    Gerenciamento de Folha de Pagamento
    Ferramentas de Desenvolvedor Integradas
    Amplo Suporte aos Padrões
    Extensibilidade Avançada
  • 86. Otimize o conhecimento e os recursos de desenvolvimento Uma rica plataforma de desenvolvimento do SharePoint com a integração do Visual Studio 2010
    Extensibilidade para os artefatos do SharePoint
    Suporte para depuração do SharePoint
    Visual Studio 2010
    Developer Dashboard
    Telas da versão pré-beta, sujeitas a mudanças
  • 87. Utilize seus dados de negócios (LOB) existentesLeitura e escrita dos dados externos usando os Serviços de Conectividade Corporativa
    Painéis de Tarefas e Formulários do Outlook
    Listas do SharePoint
    Telas da versão pré-beta, sujeitas a mudanças
  • 88. Power shell
    Sobre a administração e evolução
  • 89. O que é Windows PowerShell?
    Uma linha de comando interativa e baseado em tarefas de tecnologia script
    Permite que profissionais de TI acelerem a automação de tarefas.
    A mentalidade única para a gestão de muitos sistemas diferentes (por exemplo: AD, Exchange, Windows)
    Framework extensível que pode ser embutido dentro de outros aplicativos
  • 90. Bem-Vindoao SharePoint PowerShellUm pouco de histórico
    SharePoint v1/v2 (2001-2003):
    Limitação de comando.
    SharePoint 2007:
    STSADM: 182 Commandos (MOSS)
    SharePoint 2010
    652 PowerShell cmdlets
    Conjuntos de Administração UI*
    Plataforma extensível
    Optimizado para Operações em Batch
    Linha de Comando
  • 91. PowerShell PerformancePequenadiferençané?
    PowerShell “Wrapped” usando o STSADMparahabilitarumafeaureemcadaSPSite.
    MesmocomandoemSharePoint 2010 PowerShell:
    $rawdata = stsadm.exe -o enumsites -url $WebAppURL
    $sitexml = [XML]$rawdata
    $sitesxml.Sites | foreach-object{ $_.Site } | foreach-object{
      stsadm -o activatefeature -url$_.url -filename $featureFileName
             if( $lastexitcode -ne 0 ){
                Write-Host “Failure:$lastexitcode`n" -Fore Red;
                $failure = $true;
             }
    }
    +12 de Horas
    (5300 SPSites)
    30 Minutos
    (5300 SPSites)
    Get-SPSite –Limit ALL –WebApplication $WebAppNameorUrl |%{
    Enable-SPFeature$FeatureIdOrName –url $_.Url
    }
  • 92. System Center
    Controlando o ambiente do SharePoint
  • 93. Arquitetura do System CenterGerencia de configuração - ficoumaisfácil
    Ops MgrServer
    Ops ConsoleAdmin Console
    WFEServers
    ApplicationServers
    DatabaseServers
  • 94. Arquitetura do System CenterGerencia de configuração - ficoumaisfácil
    SharePoint é um serviço complexo orientado a sistema
    Facilita o acompanhamento de saúde e disponibilidade do sistema
    Fontes de Acompanhamento
    Windows event log
    Serviços do Windows
    Modelo de objeto chamadas para o serviço de ping
    Os contadores de desempenho
    Regras SPHA
    Tudo com os MP.
  • 95. Entendendo sd 2010
    SharePoint agora é?
  • 96. SharePoint Designer 2010
    SharePoint Designer 2010 e Visual Studio 2010 trazem grandes melhorias para o desenvolvimento no SharePoint 2010.
    Ssaiu de um modelo orientado a página e foi para um modelo orientado a features. Com isso ele passa a ser a ferramenta para a construção de aplicações completas, ricas reusáveis e com integração com dados externos. O foco dessa ferramenta são principalmente os “Power Users” e num segundo plano os desenvolvedores (para um desenvolvimento rápido e prototipação).
  • 97. SharePoint Designer 2010
  • 98. SharePoint Designer 2010
  • 99. SharePoint Designer 2010
  • 100. Business Connectivity Services
    Vocêsabe o que é BCS?
  • 101. Business Connectivity Services
    Antigo Business Data Catalog
    Para a versão 2010 do SharePoint, foi construído o Business Connectivity Services (BCS) que contém uma nova versão do BDC e, entre outras novidades, está presente ao SharePoint Foundation 2010 (nova versão do Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 – WSS) proporcionando em todas as versões do SharePoint uma maneira fácil de interagir com dados externos.
    Mas existem diferênças entre as versões do BCS? Sim, existem funcionalidades que não existem no SharePoint Foundation 2010, e este post trata exatamente essas diferenças. A figura abaixo mostra o mapeamento de quais funcionalidades existem em cada versão. Vale lembrar que tudo o que temos no SharePoint Foundation 2010 também existe no SharePoint Server 2010 pois este é desenvolvido em cima do Foundation.
  • 102. Business Connectivity ServicesBCS no SharePoint Foundation 2010
    No SharePoint Foundation 2010, o BCS ojetivo de proporcionar uma maneira fácil de interagir com dados externos ao SharePoint e para isso ele possui 4 componentes:
    Business Data Connectivity (BDC) service:
    este é a nova versão do Business Data Catalog que possibilita expor e atualizar dados externos no SharePoint 2010 conectando em sistemas de negócio. Essa conexão pode ser feita através de banco de dados, WCF e Web Services, .Net, e fontes de dados customizadas.
    Connector Framework:
    conector onde desenvolvedores podem plugar seus componentes de acesso a outros tipos de dados e com isso disponibilizar novas fontes de dados para o BDC
  • 103. Business Connectivity ServicesBCS no SharePoint Foundation 2010
    Listas Externas:
    funcionalidade do SharePoint Foundation 2010 que possibilita o acessar dados de sistemas externos da mesma maneira que os dados de uma lista do SharePoint são acessados (com o mesmo visual e maneira de uso). Apesar de se comportar como uma lista do SharePoint, os dados continuam armazenados na fonte de dados original (os dados são carregados pelo Sharepoint durante a execução).
    External Data Cloumns:
    possibilita a adição de dados de um content type externo em uma lista do SharePoint, ou seja, é possível adicionar uma coluna numa lista com dados de um sistema legado. Esse recurso não está disponível para Listas Externas.
  • 104. Business Connectivity ServicesBCS no SharePoint Server 2010
    Dados Externos na Busca:
    possibilita busca em dados externos ao SharePoint. O Enterprise Search do SharePoint Server utiliza o BDC para realizar o crawl e indexar os dados externos.
    Secure Store Services:
    substitui o Single Sign On do SharePoint 2007.
  • 105. Business Connectivity ServicesBCS no SharePoint Server 2010
    Web Parts para Dados Externos:
    junto com o BDC temos as web partes de “External Data List” , “External Data Item” , “External Data Item Builder” , “External Data Related List”  e “External Data Connectivity Filter” que possuem as seguintes características: não é necessário codificação para exibir dados externos, o suporte a conexões entre web parts facilita a criação de Mater-Detail sem necessidade de código e e customização com suporte a WYSIWYG (What you see is what you get) no SharePoint Designer 2010 e também pode utilizar XSLT.
    Dados Externos no Workflow:
    um workflow atualizar listas do SharePoint já era possível na versão 2007 do SharePoint. No 2010 essa funcionalidade foi extendida para as listas externas. Listas externas não suporta workflow, ou seja, não temos um workflow para listas externas, mas workflows podem acessar dados das listas externas
  • 106. Business Connectivity ServicesBCS no SharePoint Server 2010
    Integração com Rich Client:
    os dados externos podem ser conectadas pelo outlook 2010 e SharePoint workspace 2010. Com isso podemos ter um cenário offline onde temos o Outlook ou o SharePoint Workspace com dados externos sem necessidade de estar sempre conectado. Podemos também mostrar dados externos no Word 2010 (utilizando o External Item Content Controls) e com algum código podemos levar os dados para qualquer aplicação do Office 2010.
  • 107. Business Connectivity Services
  • 108. Business Connectivity Services
    A função principal do é fornecer suporte de conectividade para os seguintes tipos de sistemas externos:
    Bases de dados
    Web / serviços WCF
    . NET conectividade
    As fontes de dados personalizados
  • 109. Nova plataformavisio services
    Clique, Zoom, Workflows e Diagramas
  • 110. Visio Services
    Na Conferência do SharePoint, a equipe revelou Visio Visio Serviços - um novo recurso do SharePoint 2010, que estende o alcance dos diagramas consideravelmente. Em suma, o Visio Services permite que você:
    Visualizar diagramas no navegador sem precisar Visio no seu computador
    Refresh diagramas orientados por dados no navegador
    Integrar diagramas em aplicativos do SharePoint
    Vamos dar uma olhada em mais detalhes as características por trás de cada um desses cenários.
  • 111. Visio Services
  • 112. Visio ServicesIntegração com diagramas o Visio em aplicativos do SharePoint
  • 113. Visio ServicesArquitetura do Visio Services
  • 114. Sharepoint mobile
    Possoacessarpelocelular?
  • 115. SharePoint Mobile
    Sempreconectado
    Pesquisa,visualize e edite o conteúdo do SharePoint
    Atualize o status pessoal
    Crie, comente e faça a postagem de blogs
    Acesseos sites do SharePoint usando URL móvelexternaatravés de váriosdispositivos/navegadoresmóveis.
  • 116. Interaja em qualquer lugar com as pessoas e o conteúdoAcesso a leitura e escrita entre dispositivos com o SharePoint e o Office
    Edição
    Visualização
    Acesso Móvel
    Aplicações do Office
    Bibliotecas do SharePoint
    Busca de Pessoas
    Telas da versão pré-beta, sujeitas a mudanças
  • 117. MySite
    Maisredessociais, maisconectividade
  • 118. My Site com maisnovidades
    Hub de informaçõespessoais
    Avançadofluxo de informaçõesentreguesrelevantes e portunas
    Maisconectadoaoscolegas de trabalho e aostópicosqueeu me importo.
    Acessoem 1 clique aosfavoritos, pessoas, sites e documentos
  • 119. SharePoint Communities
    Blogs & Wikis
    BlogsCorporativos
    WikisnaGestão do Conhecimento
  • 120. SharePoint Communities
    Blogs
    • JátentoubuscarsobreBlog – SharePoint 2010?
    • 121. Difícilencontrarnovasinformações, melhortestar e verconferirvocêmesmo!
    • 122. A essência dele:
    • 123. Posts no Blog automaticamentelistados no Activity Feed’s;
    • 124. Editor consistente e melhorado;
    • 125. Visualizador e habilidade de abrir um aplicativopara “blogar” direto do Ribbon;
    • 126. Blogs para o time assimcomopara blogs individuais;
    • 127. Blogs pessoaispodemser “linkados” aoMySite;
    • 128. Navegaçãomelhorada Out-of-the-Box paraos site de Blogs;
    • 129. Área de conteúdo “Sobreeste blog”;
  • SharePoint Communities
    Crie um Canal de conhecimento com Wikis e Blogs
    Experiência Rica
    Tag-cloud
    Rating de Conteúdo
    MidiaInterativa
    Comentários e Presença
    Pre-Beta Screenshot.
  • 130. SharePoint Communities
    Utilize o My Site para criar sua Rede Social Corporativa.
    Pre-Beta Screenshot.
  • 131. SharePoint Communities
    Utilize o My Site para compartilhar interesses, responsabilidades e atividades.
    Interesses
    Define responsibilidadesouinteresses com tags
    AtividadesRecentes
    Pre-Beta Screenshot.
  • 132. SharePoint Communities
    Compartilhesuashabilidades com o Ask Me About
    Pergunte-me Sobre
    Quadro de Recados
    Pre-Beta Screenshot.
  • 133. SharePoint Communities
    Facilmentebusque expertise com o People Search
    Busquepor expertise e perfil
    Pre-Beta Screenshot.
  • 134. SharePoint Communities
    Facilmente construa e acesse sua comunidade corporativa
    Definaseuscolegas
    Organization Browser
    Pre-Beta Screenshots.
  • 135. SharePoint Communities
    SharePoint Foundation vs SharePoint Server
    Você precisa do SharePoint Server para utilizar os recursos de Communities apresentados nessa seção.
    Você não precisa de CAL (Enterprise Client Access) para utilizar os recursos apresentados nessa seção...
    Pre-Beta Screenshot.
  • 136. Sharepoint 2010
    Queroveralgumasnovidades..
  • 137. Perguntas e Respostas
    Guilherme Gouveia
    Arquiteto SharePoint
    i-devNet – Internet & Colaboração
    guilherme@i-devnet.com
    Bruno Velaz
    Líder de ProjetosMicrosot
    i-devNet | Internet & Colaboração
    Bruno.velaz@i-devnet.com