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  • How SharePoint usually begins or organisationsIts all a question of balance
  • TCO = Total Cost of OwnershipIt’s about what business outcomes you are after.Exec Sponsor Governance Plan: Clear Goals, Vision, Mission and MetricsSkilled Team(s)TrainingService Definition & Service ModelEasy to searchfind and discover: Information ArchitectureStandards and Policies(ITIL/MOF) Change, Configuration and Release Management ProcessesCulture and AdoptionK.I.S.S.
  • Exec Sponsor Governance Plan: Clear Goals, Vision, Mission and MetricsSkilled Team(s)TrainingService Definition & Service ModelEasy to searchfind and discover: Information ArchitectureStandards and Policies(ITIL/MOF) Change, Configuration and Release Management ProcessesCulture and AdoptionK.I.S.S.
  • 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 searchfind and discover: Information ArchitectureStandards and Policies(ITIL/MOF) Change, Configuration and Release Management ProcessesCulture and AdoptionK.I.S.S.
  • Exec Sponsor Governance Plan: Clear Goals, Vision, Mission and MetricsSkilled Team(s)TrainingService Definition & Service ModelEasy to searchfind and discover: Information ArchitectureStandards and Policies(ITIL/MOF) Change, Configuration and Release Management ProcessesCulture and AdoptionK.I.S.S.

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  • 1.
  • 2. 10 Steps to Successful SharePoint Deployment
    Joel Oleson
    Sr. Architect
    @joeloleson
    Quest Software
    Session Code: OFC301
  • 3. Who is SharePoint Joel?http://www.sharepointjoel.com
    8+ Year SharePoint Veteran
    7 Years MS SharePoint
    Team & MS IT
    Quest Sr. SharePoint Architect
    Loves to Travel
    45 Countries including 5 in Africa
    Ask me about the Big 5
    Eaten Impala & Kudu
  • 4. 10 Steps To SharePoint Success
    Wake up and Confront Reality
    Create a Plan
    Exec Sponsor with Clear Vision
    Create a Diverse Skilled Dream Team
    Build Services not Stuff
    Define Clear Policies and Standards
    Design for Portability and Scale
    Don’t forget Change Management
    Adoption is What Counts
    Keep it Simple Stupid.
  • 5. Wake up & Confront Reality
  • 6. Wake up & Confront Reality
  • 7.
  • 8.
  • 9. Over the next 2 years less than 35% of sites with Windows SharePoint Services will put effective governance techniques in place.
    Gartner
  • 10. SharePoint Governance
    10
    Governance uses people, process, technology, and policies to define a service, resolve ambiguity, and mitigate conflict within an organization
    Source: The Burton Group
  • 11. Clear Vision, Mission and Goals
  • 12. Get a Passionate Executive Sponsor
  • 13. What was that?!!!
    Get me SharePoint!
    Exec Sponsor with Vision & Budget
  • 14. What is Deployment?
    Build a Service forget about Wizards
  • 15. SharePoint is Plastic. Don’t create Robot Barbie!
  • 16. Cleverworkarounds.com
    Cleverworkarounds.com
  • 17. Two Types of Service Models
    Out of the box (Standard)
    Custom (Dedicated)
  • 18. Create the Dream Team
  • 19. Avoid
    Plastic
    Cowboys!
  • 20. September 2007 “Data Governance: What Works And What Doesn’t”
    Data Governance Roles And Responsibilities
  • 21. Joel’s Deployment Model
    Are you trying to be a Rockstar with the experience of a newbie?
  • 22. Define Clear Policies and Standards
  • 23.
  • 24. How Many Flavors can you support??
  • 25. Policies Support Services
  • 26. SharePoint Service
    Offering
    Structured
    Adhoc
    Long term
    Short term
  • 27.
  • 28. Designing Service for Portability & Scale
  • 29. http://sharepoint.microsoft.com/2010/Sneak_Peek/
    2010 IT Sneak Peak Video 6:00 – 7:33
  • 30. Containment Hierarchy
  • 31. Joel's Cheat Sheet for Hosting
    App
    Hosting
    Commodity
    Hosting
  • 32. Don’t Forget Change Management
  • 33. SharePoint Dev Life Cycle
    Customizations
    SharePoint Designer +
    UI Customizations
    Dev Assets
    Visual Studio
    .WSP
  • 34. Critical Policy Decisions (Customization vs. Development)
    Dev Assets
    Portability
    Limited
    Portability
    Customizations
  • 35. SharePoint Dev Life Cycle
    Development Assets -> .WSPs
    Content Databases
  • 36. Microsoft Operations Framework 4.0
    http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=116390
  • 37. Adoption Matters MOST!
  • 38. Understanding
    Adoption
    Design
    Implementation
  • 39.
  • 40. KISS - Keep it Simple Stupid!
  • 41. Remember K.I.S.S.
  • 42. The Key to SharePoint Success is…. Baby Steps
  • 43. Keep It Simple Stupid.
    Don’t start with LOB Integration and BDC and Excel Services requirements on your first go…
    Baby Steps - Start with Collab, Search and Profiles, it’s an easy win.
    Watch for Scope Creep it is very easy in SharePoint.
    Careful with development requirements that lead to custom site definition
  • 44. Prepare for 2010
    Plan for & Require Config.XML for Custom Site Definitions
    Item Limit your views to less than 5000 (100 preferred)
    Run PreUpgradeCheck --- Often
    Split/Limit your databases to 100GB
    Watch Sneak Peak Videos
  • 45. Thank You!
  • 46. Resources and Plugs
    Joel’s Blog – http://www.sharepointjoel.com
    SharePoint Governance Resources
    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/office/sharepointserver/default(en-us).aspx
    New SharePoint Information Portal: http://SharePoint.Microsoft.com
    Quest Site Administrator – Policy Management & Reporting
    Quest Recovery Manager – Recovery SLAs
    Quest Webparts – Service Delivery Enhancements
    Join a SharePoint User Group!
  • 47. Quest Solutions for SharePoint
    Site Administrator for SharePoint Discover, understand and manage your SharePoint environment
    Quest SQL Server Solutions
    Maximize SQL Server performance while simplifying tasks and providing visibility and control
    Quest Web Parts
    Enable rapid development of SharePoint applications
    Recovery Manager for SharePoint
    Granular SharePoint recovery for enterprise-level needs
    Migration Manager for SharePoint
    SharePoint 2003 to 2007 migration
    File Migrator for SharePoint
    File shares to SharePoint migration
    Public Folder Migrator for SharePoint
    Exchange Public Folders to SharePoint migration
    Notes Migrator for SharePoint
    Notes application content to SharePoint migration
    47
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