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SharePoint Content Deployment presentation at SharePoint Saturday Chicago on 10/16/10

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