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Hot off the press, SharePoint 2013 attained Release to Manufacture in October 2012 and is speeding ahead to general availability in early 2013. Interesting in learning what’s new and different? Then ...

Hot off the press, SharePoint 2013 attained Release to Manufacture in October 2012 and is speeding ahead to general availability in early 2013. Interesting in learning what’s new and different? Then come and learn more about new capabilities in the product such as Shredded Storage and Distributed Caching among others as well as how the migration story changes for SharePoint 2013.

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    Shredded Bits, It’s what’s for Breakfast… Shredded Bits, It’s what’s for Breakfast… Presentation Transcript

    • Scott Hoag & Dan UsherRichmond SharePoint Users Group
    • who am I?
    • who’s that other guy? Dan Usher usher
    • about you
    • rules of the road
    • spoiler alert
    • first thoughts…
    • bigger changes ahead
    • resourcing for single server farmsComponent SharePoint 2010 SharePoint 2013Processor 64 bit, 4 cores 64 bit, 4 coresRAM Developer or 4 GB 8 GB Evaluation Single Server 8 GB 24 GB Multi Server 8 GB 12 GBHard disk 80 GB for system drive Maintain twice as much free space as you have RAM for production environments. Minimum Requirements
    • resourcing for database serversCompone Deployme SharePoint 2010 SharePoint 2013nt nt SizeProcessor Small 64 bit, 4 cores 64 bit, 4 cores Medium 64 bit, 8 cores 64 bit, 8 coresRAM Small 8 GB 8 GB Medium 16 GB 16 GBHard Disk 80 GB for system drive Hard disk is dependent on the size of the SharePoint content Minimum Requirements
    • software requirements http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc262485.aspx#section4
    • software requirements
    • infrastructure improvements
    • the upgrade storyUpgrade Method SharePoint 2007 SharePoint 2010 SharePoint 2013Database Attach   In-place Upgrade  Side by Side Upgrade  Microsoft recommends migrating to Claims Authentication prior to upgrade  Remember to enable your Claims to Windows Token Service SharePoint 2010 sites can be migrated into SharePoint 2013 and maintain the current UI and functionality
    • migrate from classic to claims
    • browser support Browser Supported Not Supported Internet Explorer 10  Internet Explorer 9  Internet Explorer 8  Internet Explorer 7  Internet Explorer 6  Google Chrome  Mozilla Firefox  Apple Safari 
    • shredded storage
    • distributed cache Plan Plan
    • distributed cache
    • request management
    • web content management improvements
    • browser compatibility and WCM improvements
    • analytics
    • let’s get social…
    • skydrive pro Is not a replacement for SharePoint 2010 Workspace SkyDrive Pro does not synchronize lists… Recycle bin issues…
    • custom solutionsSharePoi Farm Feature Sandboxed Client Side Appnt Solutions Framework Solutions Object Model ModelPlatform2003 (v6) 2007 (v12)  2010 (v14)    2013 (v15)     
    • information architecture planning
    • site demo
    • how do I get some of this goodness? http://www.microsoft.com/office/preview/en/whats-new http://www.cloudshare.com
    • when can my clients get this? http://sharepoint.microsoft.com/blog/Pages/BlogPost.aspx?pID=1 035
    • questions
    • contact scott.hoag@appliedis.com @ciphertxt Usher_Daniel@bah.com @usher