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    Mct Summit 2013   Why SharePoint 2013 Mct Summit 2013 Why SharePoint 2013 Presentation Transcript

    • SharePoint 2013 Inside Out Top features for MCTs to know about
    • SharePoint Events • Puget Sound User Group – TONIGHT at 6:30 – 205 - 108th Ave NE, Suite 400, Bellevue, WA – http://psspug.org • SharePoint Saturday Redmond – THIS SATURDAY – One Microsoft Way, Building 33, Redmond , WA 98052 (On Campus) – http://spsred2013.eventbrite.com/
    • Chris Givens, CEO ACS San Diego SPUG - www.sanspug.org
    • Background • BS Computer Science, Math, Business • 5 years at IBM in Sales and Distribution • 10 years in Seattle at various startups – Large volume transaction processing (Credit, Debit, Loyalty) • Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) since 2007 – CISSP, CCNP, JAVA, MCSD, SharePoint 4x • CEO ACS, leading SharePoint courseware provider to Microsoft Certified Training centers – Top selling titles in Development, BI and Search • SharePoint Sr. Architect – eBay – General Atomics
    • Features at a glance • eDiscovery • Managed Metadata Navigation • Search • Site Mailboxes • Mobile Device Support • Social Features • New Authentication Model – Integration with Exchange and Lync • New Application Model – Remote Application hosting • Improved Client Object Model – Increased integration with other applications New Workflow Engine (4.0) • New Office Web Apps Architecture • Enhance Business Intelligence Feature Support – PowerView • Embedded Code • GeoLocation column type • Work Management
    • eDiscovery • Compliance has become a hot topic with organizations in recent years • Legal groups needs IT controls to support legal actions, these include – Ability to find content that individuals have access too – Ability to find specific content across the organization • Project specific content • ITAR • Classified • Confidential • Interface must support finding the content across entire network – SharePoint, File Shares, Exchange, etc
    • eDiscovery Example
    • Managed Metadata Navigation • Traditionally organizations that run SharePoint have had to create their own custom navigation components – This requires skilled SharePoint developers • Managed Metadata Navigation allows for navigation to be built and managed with no coding involved – Currently limited to only one Site Collection
    • Metadata Navigation Example
    • Search • SharePoint Search and FAST Search has been integrated – No need for separate search architecture – Most FAST features are now available in SharePoint Search • New Architecture – 5 fully redundant capable roles • Highly scalable • New Search Query Web Part – Not available in Office 365 (soon!) • New and improved features include: – Result Sources – Result Types – Query Transforms
    • Search Example
    • Mobile Device Support • Device Channels – Allows for specifically targeting mobile devices – Different master pages and CSS can be used to display the same content as regular PCMAC users • Device Panels – Rather than at a device level, you can specifically setup pages to target content differently based on the device • Office Web Apps mobile support – Touch support is supported for devices when viewing and editing Office Documents
    • Social • Easier to “Share” content with other users • More options to “Follow” – Sites, People, Documents and Tags can be followed • User and site feeds – Support hashtags and mentions – Trending tags • Search Integration – Likes and replies are tracked in search results • New Community site template – Allows for reputation trackingscore • Future – Tighter integration with Yammer
    • Social Example
    • New Authentication Methods • OAuth 2.0 is now supported • Allows for high-level (not Full-trust) applications to be built – Impersonate a user, without the need for their password – Example is integration with Exchange and Lync – Enables the eDiscovery features
    • New Application Model • Rather than deploying applications to the SharePoint Farm, they can be hosted outside of SharePoint – Makes deployment and updates much easier – Product (2010->2013) upgrades are also much simpler • Three modes: – Autohosted – Provider Hosted – SharePoint Hosted
    • App Model Example
    • Improved Client Object Model • In order to support the new application model more server side functionality is exposed via REST and JavaScript • Allows for more integration with applications hosted outside of SharePoint – No need to build applications that run inside sharepoint
    • New Workflow Engine • SharePoint workflows now support the .NET 4.0 engine – In 4.0, the workflow host is now run outside of SharePoint and in Windows Azure Workflow host – Provides for more robust workflow architecture • Older SharePoint workflows are still supported – Still run inside the SharePoint host
    • Workflow Example
    • Office Web Apps • Office Web Apps (OWA) has been redesigned with new architecture – Now runs outside of SharePoint – Old FAST Servers can be reallocated to run OWA • OWA supports a myriad of mobile devices – Touch support is enabled for iPhone, iPad and Windows Phone • Other Microsoft products can utilize it via standard WOPI interfaces – Example: Exchange Server
    • Office Web Apps Example
    • Embedded Code • Adding JavaScript and video to SharePoint was difficult at best in previous SharePoint versions • New Embedded Code feature allows users to add this markup via a Script web part
    • Embedded Code Example
    • GeoLocation Column • GeoLocation field type has been added to allow for location based data • Editing the data can utilize standard browser features that can pull from local GPS information of the device – Can be iPhone, iPad, GPS enabled mobile device
    • GeoLocation Example
    • Work Management • Work management is a service application that aggregate tasks across your SharePoint farm and other applications • My Tasks page (part of My Site), includes: – Exchange tasks – SharePoint tasks – Outlook tasks – Project Server tasks • Tasks can be filters and updated from this page
    • Work Management Example
    • Project Server 2013 • Not a part of base install of SharePoint 2013 BUT… • It’s just flat out amazing! – Portfolio Analysis rocks! • Businessstrategy Drivers • Resource vs Cost analysis for scenario replay
    • Microsoft SharePoint Courses • 20331 – Core Solutions of Microsoft SP 2013 (5 day) • 20332 – Advanced Solutions of Microsoft SP 2013 (5 day) • 20488 – Developing MS SP 2013 Core Solutions (5 day) • 20489 – Developing MS SP 2013 Advanced Solutions (5 day) • 55050 – SP 2013 End User Level I (3-day) • 55052 – SP 2013 End User Level II (2-day) • 55037 – SP 2013 Search (5-day) • 55014 – Upgrade End User Skills to 2013 (3-day) • 55026 – Upgrade Developer Skills to 2013 (5-day) • 55034 – Project Server Inside Out (5-day)
    • Microsoft Certification Tests • 70-331 – IT Pro Core • 70-332 – IT Pro Advanced • 70-448 – Dev Core • 70-489 – Dev Advanced
    • Summary • SharePoint 2013 has many improved upon features • UI has some work – Most likely you will customize it • Global Navigation still a challenge – Should improve • Search is core to most features – Requires a properly designed architecture
    • Questions? • What’s on your mind? – Anything is fair game • IT Pro • Executive • Developer • End User
    • Contact • chris@architectingconnectedsystems.com • @givenscj