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  • Ei koskaan sano: ”Haluatko heti, vai tehdäänkö SharePointilla?”
  • Ei koskaan sano: ”Haluatko heti, vai tehdäänkö SharePointilla?”
  • Ei koskaan sano: ”Haluatko heti, vai tehdäänkö SharePointilla?”
  • Ei koskaan sano: ”Haluatko heti, vai tehdäänkö SharePointilla?”

MCT Summit 2012: Top 10 challenges for SharePoint Architects [Jussi Roine, MCM, MCT] MCT Summit 2012: Top 10 challenges for SharePoint Architects [Jussi Roine, MCM, MCT] Presentation Transcript

  • Top 10 challenges forSharePoint architects jussi@onsight.fi @jussiroinehttp://jussionsharepoint.com
  • Polish is hard!
  • But Finnish is easy!
  • The role of the architect- Skillset- Responsibilities- LearningThe top 10 challengesSummary- Fabulous questions from the audience- Standing ovation + wild cheering!
  • In charge of technical design and implementation of a SharePointsolutionQualified in all aspects of SharePoint, even (boring) end user stuffCommunicates fluently on both ends: super technical, and the mortalonesIs the one that gets called first – and last(also helps if you can reanimate servers and provide paramedicservices for SharePoint)
  • An architect is the first and last to start deep diving into SharePointPart of the implementation team, not just managing itFluent know-how in IT architectures, Powershell, IIS, troubleshooting,AD, DNS, networks, security, all SharePoint features and functionality,even developmentAn architect is the kind of person we can throw in the fire – andknow she’ll survive
  • Rockstar Ninja developer Pesky end- IT Pro user(s)
  • Amazon: +1500 books – don’t read ’em all, just the good ones Current MOCs for SP2010 are surprisingly good! Okay, maybe not theOffice 365 bits but everything else..First Look material available for SP2013 – also: Ignite IT Pro(http://bit.ly/ITProIgnite)Consume and breathe Technet: so many gems buried in there
  • He’s not the architect this project deserves, buthe’s the architect this project gets
  • http://bit.ly/sp-custom
  • I dont have a solution, but I do admire the problem
  • http://bit.ly/SP2013Upgrade
  • It’s a bird! It’s a plane!No, it’s SharePoint
  • Drive for a simple yet scalable and reliable architectureBe open for new ideas – cloud is changing a lot of the oldparadigmsABL – Always Be Learning. For SP2013, I recommendJavascript, jQuery, REST, JSON, SP Apps, WCF basics, Azure,AppFabricDownload the new SP2013 First Looks: 40028A and 40027AStart preparing for MCSM: SharePoint!(http://bit.ly/SPMCSM)
  • Jussi RoineEmail and Lync: jussi@onsight.fiTwitter: @jussiroineBlog: http://jussionsharepoint.com