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Deck from keynote for SharePoint Connections conference May 2011 San Diego

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  • Note that SharePoint and Office have evolved into the strongest productivity suites, and we’re continuing our growth as we round the corner on the PC, web and phone. For example…provide examples of each of these. However, it’s not just about the productivity experience; it’s about having that experience on your own terms…whether you’re an enterprise customer with 100,000 seats or a start-up with 10; Microsoft offers you maximum choice with maximum return on your productivity. As we look at the cloud on your terms, it’s important to note that it’s not just about what comes out of the box. Moreover, it’s about having the ability to scale applications and software into the cloud using private cloud or Windows Azure. We’ll explore some of these today as we walk you through some of the more recent demos we’re building.
  • We’re seeing tremendous growth for SharePoint, and the growth is all across the board. For our traditional enterprise market, we’re seeing impressive growth. And with the impending release of Office 365, we’re going to see extended growth into the SMB markets—that is, inflated growth from companies that traditionally have not had their own IT departments, but in essence are looking to have a comparative productivity experience to those who do have an IT departmentAs you can see from the numbers, we’re also seeing modest growth in the .COM sector—which traditionally has not been the strongest segment for SharePoint. And as a final takeaway for the momentum on numbers, SP is doing very well with Forrester and Gartner with all workloads high or leading the magic quadrants.We also have a number of new customers doing great things; you can certainly check out all the new case studies at…
  • …however, I really wanted to give a shout-out to one of our start-up entrants: Huge Flow. Huge Flow are a small S. Korean firm. They recently participated in a SP development camp and then created a very impressive proof of concept. Let me show you… HUGEFLOWwas established on May 1st, 2007. We provide consulting services based on Silverlight covering the entire process starting from technical education to solution development as Microsoft Certified Partner. Through observing and analyzing the user behaviors in point of UX, we let people experience convenience and freedom. Capital 300,000,000 (unit : KR won) Number of Employees : 18Microsoft MVP Most Valuable Professional People 3MCP Microsoft Certified People 5
  • One of the things my team is responsible for is to help provide you with content and training. So, it’s my pleasure to announce the forthcoming SharePoint and Silverlight training kit. Shipping in the next week, you’ll be able to not only engage in a SL and SP extensibility project you can get from the VS Add-ins Gallery, but you’ll also be able to download the kit and use the 10 training modules and 20 hands-on labs to further your knowledge in tying these two technologies together. Also keep an eye out for SharePoint and Azure developer kits and Windows Phone 7 and SharePoint developer kits, which we’ll be publishing in the next couple of months.
  • …now it’s not just about our customers and partners. What’s important is that many of you are the emissaries of SharePoint and indeed the wider Microsoft, so I wanted to share a couple of interesting snippets that I found recently in the news…the first…the second
  • With that, I’d like to now turn to talk more about our impending cloud offering: Office 365. Office 365 is the newest productivity offering that combines Office Pro Plus, Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, and Lync Online. A total productivity experience that not only represents a great OOB experience but also one that you can extend using the tools you’re familiar with: Visual Studio and in the case of SharePoint, SharePoint Designer.
  • the experience for Office 365 cuts across the end user, IT Pro and the developer—it enables you to IWs to engage in productivity anywhere where they have access to the web, and it provides a point of extensibility for developers. With specific reference to having the ability to manage everywhere, you saw the admin console—which provides you you with a number of benefits. Another interesting management opportunity that was explored with a recent study was announced earlier this week. This was ESG’s performance tests running SharePoint and other Microsoft apps such as SQL Server in a Hyper-V environment—or what you might think of as your private cloud. What’s interesting about this study are the possibilities of managing all of your apps in a Hyper-V environment (which was called out as a major point in Brad Anderson’s MMS keynote earlier this week), and even more important is through Hyper-V and the private cloud IT Pros are able to aptly manage their assets without having to necessarily chase servers and hardware. ESG Lab tested SharePoint 2010 collaboration software on a physical server with SharePoint roles running in three to five virtual machines. SharePoint roles (SQL Server back-end, web server front-end, and the SharePoint application) were configured to run in separate virtual machines. Testing was performed with one, two, and three web servers to assess the performance and scalability of SharePoint 2010 workloads running within a consolidated infrastructure powered by Hyper-V R2 SP1. SharePoint and the web server VMs were configured with two virtual CPUs and 4 GB of RAM. The SQL Server 2008 R2 VMs were configured with 4 virtual CPUs and 32 GB of RAM. An F5 BIGIP Local Traffic Manager was used to load balance web server traffic with a round-robin scheduling algorithm. Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 software was used to generate the SharePoint application workload. A non-blocking workload was tested with a goal of maximizing the stress on the Hyper-V R2 SP1 and SharePoint 2010 infrastructure. A 22 GB content database was tested with simulated users running a mix of light-weight SharePoint operations (89% browsing, 10% upload, 1% check-in/check-out). Visual Studio was installed and ran on a separate physical server with 24 CPU cores and 128 GB of RAM. A constant workload was tested with one, two, and three web servers. Summary of Results • As expected, CPU utilization of the front-end was the bottleneck during single web server VM testing. • Adding web server VMs alleviated the CPU bottleneck. • Adding web server VMs increased the number of 1% concurrent SharePoint users from 252,600 to 460,800. • Average page response times improved as web servers were added. • Average page response times were faster than the Microsoft-recommended guideline of 1-2 seconds.
  • More info - http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/Office365TrainingCourse_1V_2
  • http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/Office365TrainingCourse_1V_2
  • - We’ve talked about and showed you the PC and web experience, and while many of you may have seen the windows Phone 7 experience, what you probably haven’t seen is how you can develop apps for the phone that plug into SharePoint. - So, the angle I wanted to take here is just to explain how you can create an experience that cuts across the PC, phone and the web. In this case, we use Windows Azure to deploy our code to and that provides the connection point across the on-premises server and the phone.
  • http://www.blue-granite.com/site/Solutions/BlueGraniteNitro/BlueGraniteNitroSampleDashboards/tabid/179/Default.aspx
  • One of the things my team is responsible for is to help provide you with content and training. So, it’s my pleasure to announce the forthcoming SharePoint and Silverlight training kit. Shipping in the next week, you’ll be able to not only engage in a SL and SP extensibility project you can get from the VS Add-ins Gallery, but you’ll also be able to download the kit and use the 10 training modules and 20 hands-on labs to further your knowledge in tying these two technologies together. Also keep an eye out for SharePoint and Azure developer kits and Windows Phone 7 and SharePoint developer kits, which we’ll be publishing in the next couple of months.

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  • everywhere
    Lynn Langit
    Sr. Developer Evangelist – Microsoft
    http://blogs.msdn.com/SoCalDevGal
    @llangit
  • the future of productivity
    the cloud on your terms
    best productivity experience
    ON-PREMISES
    ONLINE
    ENTERPRISECONTENTMANAGEMENT
    ENTERPRISESEARCH
    BUSINESSINTELLIGENCE
    UNIFIED
    COMMUNICATIONS
    COLLABORATION
  • SharePoint is a $1B+ business
    70% of enterprise customers use SharePoint
    Powers more than 2000 .COM web sites
    2 out of every 3 IWs have SharePoint
    momentum
    Gartner & Forrester leader in all workloads
    16,000 partners signed up to Office 365
    http://www.microsoft.com/evidence
  • startup call-out
  • announcing
    SharePoint & Silverlight Training Kit
    10 Training Modules
    30 Hands-on Labs
    http://msdn.com/sharepointandsilverlighttrainingcourse
  • what about you
    “SharePoint 2010 is much more attractive for developers than SharePoint 2007 ever was. I wouldn't be surprised to see many ASP.Net developers adopt SharePoint 2010 for their larger customized sites.”
    “Great news for SharePoint professionals…”
    Robert Half Survey (2011)
  • But, what about…’THE CLOUD’?
  • demo
    Prosware on Office 365
  • announcing
    Beta
    http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/office365/online-software.aspx
  • manage everywhere
    Hyper-V performance for SharePoint
    AVG page response times improved
    From 253K to 461K concurrent users
    Response times better than MS guidelines
    Virtualizing SQL Server, SharePoint, and Exchange with Confidence
    Enterprise Survey Group (2011)
    Flexible workload migration
    Central administrative portal
    99.9% guaranteed up-time SLA
    $2.3B investment in geo-redundancy
  • SharePoint Online (Beta)
  • develop everywhere
    develop
    integrate
    leverage
  • Developer Experience
  • Developer Experience Enhancements
    SharePoint Online Developer Resource Center - here
    SharePoint Online for Office 365: Developer Guide – here
    Client Object Model – Silverlight or ECMA script
    Developing for SharePoint 2010 online (TechEd 2010 session) - here
  • But, what about…’THE PHONE’?
  • best productivity experience on the phone
    view and edit docs on SharePoint
    view and add comments in Word and Excel
    sync notes over the air
    access SharePoint sites, lists, and libraries
    but what about developing for the phone?
  • Excel ->SharePoint/Excel Services ->Windows Phone 7
    Excel
    On premise
    Installed
    Version / Patches
    Individual Security
    SharePoint/Excel Services
    Centralized
    Managed / load balanced
    Secured for many
    Windows Phone 7
    Custom view
    Mobile
    Personalized
    Central Data Store
  • On Premises ->Browser ->
  • -> Windows Phone 7
  • Blue Granite Nitro
  • announcing
    SharePoint & Windows Phone 7 Training Kit
    10 Training Modules
    20 Hands-on Labs
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/trainingcourses.aspx
  • For More Information
    SharePoint Developer Center - here