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Failed SharePoint Deployments in English with Portuguese subtitles Teched Brazil by Joel Oleson

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  • These service models provide a starting point to understand the cost implications involved with the solution types that you may want to implement.I want to host team collaboration sites and also my public facing web site on SharePoint.Team sites (Commodity)Public Web Site (Application)Exec Sponsor Governance Plan: Clear Goals, Vision, Mission and MetricsSkilled Team(s)TrainingService Definition & Service ModelEasy to search find and discover: Information ArchitectureStandards and Policies(ITIL/MOF) Change, Configuration and Release Management ProcessesCulture and AdoptionK.I.S.S.
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    • 1. SETEMBRO, 2010 | SÃO PAULO
    • 2. CÓDIGO DA SESSÃO: #####
      Guide to SharePoint Deployment Failures
      Joel Oleson
      Sr. SharePoint Architect
      Quest Software
      http://www.sharepointjoel.com
      @joeloleson
    • 3. Who is SharePoint Joel?
      10 Years of SharePoint
      SharePoint Architect, Evangelist & Strategy @ Quest Software
      Twitter: @joeloleson
      Email: joel.oleson@quest.com
    • 4. We Don’t Know Why We are Doing SharePoint but someone asked for it, so we do it!
      Não sei por que estamos fazendo SharePoint, mas alguém perguntou por ele, entao fizemos!
    • 5. Cleverworkarounds.com
    • 6. Live by the K.I.S.S. PrincipleKeep it Simple Stupid!Mantenha-o EstupidamenteSimples!
    • 7. Our .NET Developers can work in SharePoint without training or experience
      Nosso. NET desenvolvedores podem trabalhar em SharePoint sem formação ou experiência
    • 8. Two Very Different Models for Hosting
      Easy to Move to Cloud
      On Premise – High Business Value
    • 9. Let me optimize the SharePoint Databases
      Deixe-me melhorar os bancos de dados do SharePoint
    • 10. We don’t need a test environment. It costs too much!
      Nós não precisamos de um ambiente de teste. Custa muito!
    • 11. SharePoint Life Cycle
      Code/Código
      Data/Dados
    • 12. Um site collection pode conter tudo
      One Site Collection Can Fit Everything
    • 13. Permanent Central Portal
      Enterprise Search
      Enterprise Browse
      Corporate
      Business Taxonomy
      With Divisional
      Stakeholders
      Central
      Portal
      Permanent Division Portals
      Business Process
      Division News, Scorecards
      Group Reporting
      Semi Structured
      Group, Team, Project
      Sites and
      Workspaces
      Ad Hoc Self
      Service
      w/ Life Cycle
      Management
      Per
      User
      Blogs, bios,
      Social
      The SharePoint Pyramid
    • 14. SharePoint works good enough for all our data, so we’re dumping our File Shares.
      SharePoint trabalha bem com todos os nossos dados, por isso estamos movendo nosso servidor de arquivos para ele.
    • 15. SharePoint’s Social Features will waste people’s Time
      Social do SharePoint Features vai gastar o tempo das pessoas
    • 16. Social Computing in SharePoint 2010 Makes Sense
    • 17. Forced to Be the One ManBand
      Forçado a ser o One Man Band
    • 18.
    • 19. Why do we need sandbox solutions when we can create server solutions that are so much easier?
      Porqueprecisamos de solucoes “sandboxed” quandopodemosdesenvolver solutions “Farm” quesaomuitomais simples.
    • 20. I’ll turn it all on and see what happens…
      Vouligartudo e ver o queacontece…
    • 21. What Service Applications will you use?Que aplicativos de serviço você vai usar?
    • 22. 2010 SharePoint Services and Databases
    • 23. Service Apps – Consumed Local Only
      Enterprise
    • 24. Service Apps – Farm to Farm + WANHTTPS WCF + XML
      FAST
      *SharePoint Foundation
    • 25. Joel’s Thoughts on Service Apps
    • 26. We are using In-Place Upgrade because we don’t want to lose anything.
      Estamosusando o modeloIn-Placepara upgrade porquenaoqueremosperder nada
    • 27. READY
      v3.5 complete support for 2010
    • 28. READY
      v2.2 in early May introduces 2003-2010 Direct Migrations
    • 29. Just Released to the Web
      SharePoint 2010: Best Practices for Upgrading and Migrating
      Get Prescriptive guidance on Upgrade Methods
      Drill deep into assessment tools
      Compare Migration tools
      Save yourself time
    • 30. Thanks!
    • 31. Learn More about SharePoint 2010
      Information forIT Prosat TechNet
      http://MSSharePointITPro.com
      Information forDevelopersat MSDN
      http://MSSharePointDeveloper.com
      Information forEveryone
      http://SharePoint.Microsoft.com
    • 32. Por favor preencha a avaliação
    • 33. © 2008 Microsoft Corporation.Todos os direitos reservados.Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista e outros nomes de produtos são ou podem ser marcas registradas e/ou marcas comerciais nos EUA e/ou outros países.
      Este documento é meramente informativo e representa a visão atual da Microsoft Corporation a partir da data desta apresentação.Como a Microsoft deve atender a condições de mercado em constante alteração, este documento não deve ser interpretado como um compromisso por parte da Microsoft, e a Microsoft não pode garantir a precisão de qualquer informação fornecida após a data desta apresentação.A MICROSOFT NÃO DÁ QUALQUER GARANTIA, SEJA ELA EXPRESSA, IMPLÍCITA OU ESTATUTÁRIA, REFERENTE ÀS INFORMAÇÕES DESTA APRESENTAÇÃO.

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