SharePoint 2010 Content Deployment<br />The what is that, who should use it, and when it should be used<br />Prepared for:...
Microsoft says:<br />Content deployment deploys content from a source SharePoint Server 2010 site collection to a destinat...
Security
Testing
Complexity</li></ul>2<br />What is it?<br />
Consider your particular scenario. Is it a good fit?<br />Farm Topologies are Completely Different<br />Servers have speci...
Security
Testing
Complexity</li></li></ul><li>Author on Production via an extended web application<br />Custom solution?<br />Backup and re...
Authoring and Production Farm<br />Use this for:<br />Internet-facing sites<br />Extranet sites with read-only access<br /...
Authoring, Staging, and Production Farms<br />Use this for:<br />Multi-stage approval process business requirement<br />Va...
Single Publishing Farm<br />Use this for:<br />Intranet deployments<br />External testing/validation is not needed<br />Wh...
Who gets it and who doesn’t…<br />8<br />I’m still interested….<br />
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SharePoint content deployment presentation

  1. 1. SharePoint 2010 Content Deployment<br />The what is that, who should use it, and when it should be used<br />Prepared for: SharePoint Saturday Los Angeles<br />Date: September 18, 2010<br />
  2. 2. Microsoft says:<br />Content deployment deploys content from a source SharePoint Server 2010 site collection to a destination site collection. The complete source site collection can be deployed, or a subset of sites can be deployed.<br />What do I say?<br /><ul><li>Control
  3. 3. Security
  4. 4. Testing
  5. 5. Complexity</li></ul>2<br />What is it?<br />
  6. 6. Consider your particular scenario. Is it a good fit?<br />Farm Topologies are Completely Different<br />Servers have specific performance tuning requirements<br />Security concerns for content on the destination<br />3<br />That’s great! I’m going to go use it right now!<br />What do you gain?<br /><ul><li>Control
  7. 7. Security
  8. 8. Testing
  9. 9. Complexity</li></li></ul><li>Author on Production via an extended web application<br />Custom solution?<br />Backup and restore<br />4<br />Content Deployments are horrible! Isn’t there a better way?<br />
  10. 10. Authoring and Production Farm<br />Use this for:<br />Internet-facing sites<br />Extranet sites with read-only access<br />5<br />So what do you need to pull this off?<br />
  11. 11. Authoring, Staging, and Production Farms<br />Use this for:<br />Multi-stage approval process business requirement<br />Validating content that reflects production environment<br />Testing content with custom web parts and code<br />6<br />Next step up…<br />
  12. 12. Single Publishing Farm<br />Use this for:<br />Intranet deployments<br />External testing/validation is not needed<br />When one farm is all you have<br />7<br />Now that is to big. What about the little guy?<br />
  13. 13. Who gets it and who doesn’t…<br />8<br />I’m still interested….<br />
  14. 14. So what does it take to set this up?<br />A Path…<br />…is the road to get from A to B<br />A Job…<br />…is the car that drives you from A to B<br />9<br />The Details Please….<br />
  15. 15. Spin up that VM!<br />10<br />Enough Talk! Let take a look at SharePoint…<br />
  16. 16. Not enough Planning...<br />Plan for which server are the export import server<br />Plan content deployment paths<br />Plan job scheduling<br />Plan for large jobs<br />And the complexity continues….<br />Keep content in scope<br />I exported the child but not the parent<br />Use empty site collection as a destination (Not blank!)<br />Install required features on destination but don’t active<br />What's your patching level?<br />Don’t forget the language packs<br />11<br />Common Pitfalls<br />
  17. 17. Database Snapshots!<br />Import Settings<br />UnattachedContentDatabase<br />ExportFrontEndFileStreams<br />Removed Export part – ‘retry’ is gone<br />Custom deployment aware event handlers and feature activation code<br />12<br />So What new in SharePoint 2010?<br />
  18. 18. 13<br />Javier Barrera<br />Blog: http://www.techgrowingpains.com<br />Twitter: @BlueUser<br />
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