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Introducing SP2010 To Administrators

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You're ready to move to SharePoint Server 2010 or want to know what is waiting for you there? …

You're ready to move to SharePoint Server 2010 or want to know what is waiting for you there?
Then let's see together how SharePoint 2010 makes your life easier, gives you more control and adds more features for your end users.

We’ll cover new terminology, new management options that come with SharePoint 2010 including the addition of Managed Accounts, changes to the install and briefly cover the upgrade options. We’ll also touch on some of the architecture changes including introducing you to Shared Service Applications. This session is a great place to start if you want to know what you’ve got in store once you start installing SharePoint 2010.

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  • On the Top is the single sentence definition of the SP2010On the right are the three value pillars.On the left is the “work loads well”.
  • Sites: The basic capabilities required to use SharePoint sites to engage employees, partners and customers in an effective manner, both inside and outside the firewall.Communities – The ability to find and interact with other people within an organization, as well as across multiple organizations, quickly and easily while leveraging both formal and informal networks. Social networking (wikis, blogs, User Profiles, Enterprise metadata)Content – The facilities for the creation, review, publication, review and disposal of content including conforming to defined compliance rules whether the content exists as traditional documents, as spreadsheets or as Web pages. SharePoint 2010's content-management capabilities include document management, records management, and Web content management.Search – like in SP2007 with the add of FAST search ServicesInsights – BI (Excel Services, Performance Point Services) Business users need the ability to not only rapidly deliver and share information critical to the success of the business but also to turn raw data into actionable results.Composites - Are solutions created using out-of-the-box SharePoint components and tools to create robust business solutions without the need of involving the corporate IT group for development of custom code solutions or deployment. No code Apps that connect to Back End Systems
  • Memory requirements: keep adding as much as you can.Windows 2008 SP2/Vista SP2Manually remove feature PowerShell v1 before prerequisiteManually install KB971831 before SetupWindows 2008 R2/W7Comes with PowerShell v2KB971831 for R2 not yet releasedSQL Server 2008 SP1: Install CU2SQL Server 2005 SP3: Install CU3
  • Automatically downloaded and installed by the “Install software Prerequisites” wizard
  • The link is for manual install of pre-requirements
  • Note: Auto Password change shows after the click.
  • Central Admin site overview.
  • Not ready yet? STSADM is still available.
  • Add-PSSnapInMicrosoft.SharePoint.Powershell
  • SharePoint 2010 adds a new deployment model for SharePoint called Sandboxed Solutions. It is a controlled solution packaging format that offers SharePoint Server Farm owners a way to easily mitigate risk that custom code will cause issues for them. It does this by restricting the API’s that can be called and governing resources that can be used. Because of this Sandboxed Solutions provide a solution package that can be easily deployed to a shared server environment.
  • Load Balancing:Partial Trust can be run in two modesLocal ModeExecute code on WFELow administration overheadLower scalabilityRemote modeExecute on back-end farm machineLoad balanced distribution of code execution requestsCreate custom Load balancersSPSolution Validators are Farm solutions that can validate other Sand Box solutions. You will need a developer to build such one.
  • You will see all the various resource monitoring metrics print out. Also, there is an interesting property on each one of them, namely "ResourcesPerPoint". Specifically, the metrics (also known as ResourceMeasure) and ResourcesPerPoint you will see are as below: AbnormalProcessTerminationCount: 1 CPUExecutionTime: 3600 CriticalExceptionCount: 3600 InvocationCount: 100 PercentProcessorTime: 85 ProcessCPUCycles: 100000000000 ProcessHandleCount: 10000 ProcessIOBytes: 10000000 ProcessThreadCount: 10000 ProcessVirtualBytes: 100000000 SharePointDatabaseQueryCount: 20 SharePointDatabaseQueryTime: 120 UnhandledExceptionCount: 50 UnresponsiveprocessCount: 2
  • Show admin settings for sandbox solutions and monitoring.PowerShell: [Microsoft.SharePoint.Administration.SPUserCodeService]::Local.ResourceMeasures
  • SharePoint 2010 introduces a new services architecture allowing you to effectively scale, manage and centralize services.
  • Service Applications: Search, Excel Calculation Service, User Profiles, BDC, Web Analytics, Word Conversion, PowerPoint, Performance Point, Visio, Access, Managed Metadata, 3rd Party Services.
  • Show Settings at the Web Application Level
  • ULS:Less noiseEvent log flood protection
  • SharePoint 2007: Stsadm –o preupgradecheckSharePoint 2010: Test-SPContentDatabase (before upgrade)C:PS>Mount-SPContentDatabase "MyDatabase" -DatabaseServer "MyServer" -WebApplication http://localhost
  • MSDN, TechNet, SharePoint Main site.
  • SPC265 : SharePoint 2010 Overview and What’s NewSPC308: SPC309:SPC360:SPC303 : Introduction to Service Applications and Topology
  • Might need to take it out in interest of time.
  • Information contained on the dashboard:Times to render various components on pagePage Checkout levelDatabase query informationWeb part processing timeAny critical events or alertsGood for diagnosing problem web parts on a page or long list load time
  • Check the PowerShell commands to enable the Dashboard
  • Service Applications: Search, Excel Calculation Service, User Profiles, BDC, Web Analytics, Word Conversion, PowerPoint, Performance Point, Visio, Access, Managed Metadata, 3rd Party Services.
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    • 1. Introducing SharePoint 2010 to Administrators
      Florin Muntean
      fmuntean@gmail.com
      http://fmuntean.wordpress.com
    • 2. Objective
      You're ready to move to SharePoint Server 2010 or want to know what is waiting for you there?
      Then let's see together how SharePoint 2010 makes your life easier, gives you more control and adds more features for your end users.
      We’ll cover new terminology, new management options that come with SharePoint 2010 including the addition of Managed Accounts, changes to the install and briefly cover the upgrade options. We’ll also touch on some of the architecture changes including introducing you to Shared Service Applications. This session is a great place to start if you want to know what you’ve got in store once you start installing SharePoint 2010.
    • 3. Microsoft SharePoint 2010TheBusiness Collaboration Platformfor the Enterprise and the Web
      Sites
      Connect and Empower People
      Communities
      Composites
      Cut Costs with a Unified Infrastructure
      Content
      Insights
      Rapidly Respond to Business Needs
      Search
    • 4. Microsoft SharePoint 2010
      Ribbon UI
      SharePoint Workspace
      SharePoint Mobile
      Office Client and Office Web App Integration
      Standards Support
      Business Connectivity Services
      InfoPath Form Services
      External Lists
      Workflow
      SharePoint Designer
      Visual Studio
      API Enhancements
      REST/ATOM/RSS
      Tagging, Tag Cloud, Ratings
      Social Bookmarking
      Blogs and Wikis
      My Sites
      Activity Feeds
      Profiles and Expertise
      Org Browser
      Sites
      Composites
      Communities
      PerformancePoint Services
      Excel Services
      Chart Web Part
      Visio Services
      Web Analytics
      SQL Server Integration
      PowerPivot
      Content
      Insights
      Enterprise Content Types
      Metadata and Navigation
      Document Sets
      Multi-stage Disposition
      Audio and Video Content Types
      Remote Blob Storage
      List Enhancements
      Search
      Social Relevance
      Phonetic Search
      Navigation
      FAST Integration
      Enhanced Pipeline
    • 5. Prerequisites
    • 6. System Requirements
      x64 bit only.
      OS requirements for SharePoint 2010
      Windows Server 2008 R2
      Windows Server 2008 SP2 or later
      SQL requirements
      SQL Server 2008 R2
      SQL Server 2008 SP1 CU2 or later
      SP1 + KB970315
      SQL Server 2005 SP3 CU3 or later
    • 7. Splash Screen
    • 8. Software Prerequisites
      Web Server Role
      Application Server Role
      SQL Native Client
      Geneva Framework
      Sync Framework
      Chart Controls for .NET Framework 3.5
      Filter Pack 2.0
      SQL Server 2008 Analysis Services ADOMD.NET
      .NET 3.5 SP1
      Power Shell v2
    • 9. Prerequisite Installer
      http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc262485(office.14).aspx#section5
    • 10. Installing the Bits
      Very similar to SharePoint 2007 install
    • 11. Wizards
      Old, Familiar wizard, the Configuration Wizard
      Configures bits after they are laid down
      Connects to an existing farm, or creates a new one
      New addition, the Farm Passphrase
      Shiny new wizard
      Farm Configuration
      Inside Central Admin
      Does common Farm configuration
    • 12. Farm Configuration Wizard
    • 13. Finalize the setup
      Installation of the:
      Office Web Applications
      FAST Search
    • 14. Managed Accounts
      Finally, a way to keep your service accounts secure without going insane
      SharePoint can manage password changes according to your AD policies
      Automatic Password changes
    • 15. Managed Accounts
    • 16. Central Admin
      demo
    • 17. Windows PowerShell
      The command line tool of choice for the SharePoint 2010 Administrator
      Fully supported in SharePoint 2010
      Two ways to join in on the fun
      SharePoint Management Shell link
      Add the SharePoint SnapIn to an existing console
      Everything STSADM could do, Windows PowerShell can do better
    • 18. Backup and Restore
      Where to start?
      Farm Backups
      Same format as SharePoint 2007 backups
      Farm backups now allow multiple threads
      Config only backups
      Granular Backup
      Now in Central Admin
      Site Collection, Web, or List
      Unattached content database
      Windows PowerShell can be used too
    • 19. Windows PowerShell, Backup and Restore
      demo
    • 20. Sandbox Solutions
      FRONT END
      BACK END
      Host Services (SPUCHostService.exe)
      Execution Manager(Inside Application Pool)
      Worker Service
      (SPUCWorkerProcess.exe)
      IIS(WPW3.EXE)
      Untrusted Code
      Subset Object Model
      Full Object Model
    • 21. Sandbox Solution Administration
      Load Balancing
      Local Mode
      Remote Mode
      Validation using SPSolutionValidator
      Monitoring
      Resource Restriction
    • 22. Solution Monitoring
      Farm Administrators
      Set absolute limits
      Site Administrators
      Identify expensive solutions
      Server Resources:
      CPU, Memory, SQL, Exceptions, Critical Errors, Handles, Threads, …
    • 23. Sandbox Solutions Resources
      demo
    • 24. Service Applications
      SharePoint 2010 has a new, flexible, extensible and scalable services architecture
      Admin improvements make managing services easier
      New topologies to suit your organizational needs
      SSP blown to pieces
      “A La Carte” Services Menu
    • 25. 2007
      2010
      SharePoint
      SharePoint Server
      SharePoint Service Applications
      Shared Service Provider
      Search
      Search
      PowerPoint Broadcast Service
      Excel Calc Service
      PerformancePoint
      Excel Calc Service
      User Profiles
      Visio Graphics Service
      Business Data
      Connectivity
      User Profiles
      Access Service
      Web Analytics
      Managed Metadata
      Business Data
      Catalog
      Word Conversion Service
      3rd party services…
      SharePoint Foundation
      Windows SharePoint Services
      Sandboxed Code Service
      Usage & Health Logging
      Content
      Config
      Workflow
      Content
      Config
      Workflow
    • 26. Service Applications
      Demo
    • 27. Throttling and Performance
      No more of that tired old, “SharePoint can’t handle lists with more than 2000 items” stuff
      Options to keep users from shooting themselves (and you) in the foot
      Server monitors its own performance
    • 28. Controlling Large Lists
      Can handle 50 million items per list
      As lists grow larger, the performance suffers
      Result sets are trimmed down
      Users and admins have different settings
      Happy hour settings
      Object Model override
      Windows PowerShell block of Object Model override
    • 29. HTTP Request Monitoring and Throttling
      Another new feature in 2010 is the ability to throttle performance during high server load
      Server performance is monitored and if thresholds are exceeded
      Get request receive 503 errors
      Timer jobs cannot start
      Put request are still allowed
    • 30. HTTP Request Monitoring and Throttling
      Designed to protect server during peak load
      Available memory
      CPU %
      ASP.NET queue
      Wait time in queue
      Checked every 5 seconds
      3 over limit starts throttling, logs event
      1 below limit stops throttling
    • 31. Throttling and Performance
      demo
    • 32. Monitoring
      ULS logs and correlation IDs
      SQL Logging database
      Health Analyzer
      Uses Health Rules to alert in the case of problems
      Rules are extensible
      Ran by timer jobs
      Has an option to automatically repair
    • 33. Health Analyzer
      demo
    • 34. Upgrade from SP2007
      Pre check for upgrade now
      Check the DB before attaching
      Upgrade scenarios:
      In Place
      Database Attach
      Post Upgrade
      Old or new UI
    • 35. Patching and Upgrade
      Run servers and database at different patch levels as necessary
      Must maintain compatibility boundary
    • 36. Summary
      Prerequisites
      Managed Accounts
      Power Shell
      Backup and Restore
      Sandbox Solutions
      Service Applications
      Throttling and Performance
      Health Analyzer
      Upgrade
    • 37. Terabytes of data and multi-million item lists
      Improved Platform resiliency and redundancy
      Advanced back-up, restore and disaster recovery
      Scale with Governance
      IT Pro Investments
    • 38. Collaboration across Intranet, Extranet and Internet
      On-premise and/or hosted options
      Data storage inside and outside the SharePoint DB
      Deployment Flexibility
      IT Pro Investments
    • 39. Enterprise-wide management capabilities
      Robust installation and predictable upgrade process
      Higher availability with better patch management
      IT Productivity
      IT Pro Investments
    • 40. Follow ups
      Check out the SharePoint Overview Guide
      Check out the E-Learning stuff on 2010
      Check out the 2010 Webcasts
      Get the Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 Betas
    • 41. Learn More about SharePoint 2010
      Information forIT Prosat TechNet
      http://MSSharePointITPro.com
      Information forDevelopersat MSDN
      http://MSSharePointDeveloper.com
      Information forEveryone
      http://SharePoint.Microsoft.com
    • 42. References:
    • 43. Developer Dashboard
      The developer dashboard is a useful component included with 2010
      Can be used to monitor page load and performance
      It has three states
      On
      Off
      On demand
    • 44.
    • 45. Developer Dashboard
      The Developer Dashboard state can only be toggled with a STSADM command
      ON:
      STSADM –o setproperty –pn developer-dashboard –pv on
      OFF:
      STSADM –o setproperty –pn developer-dashboard –pv off
      ON DEMAND:
      STSADM –o setproperty –pn developer-dashboard –pvondemand
    • 46. 2010
      2007
      SharePoint
      SharePoint Server
      SharePoint Service Applications
      Shared Service Provider
      PowerPoint Broadcast Service
      Search
      Search
      Excel Calc Service
      PerformancePoint
      Excel Calc Service
      User Profiles
      Visio Graphics Service
      User Profiles
      Business Data
      Connectivity
      Access Service
      Web Analytics
      Managed Metadata
      Business Data
      Catalog
      Word Conversion Service
      3rd party services…
      SharePoint Foundation
      Windows SharePoint Services
      Sandboxed Code Service
      Usage & Health Logging
      Content
      Config
      Workflow
      Content
      Config
      Workflow

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