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  • Key MessageThis is the base SharePoint Server 2007 architecture.Presenter NotesThis is the base architecture of MOSS 2007.Everything is build on Windows SharePoint Services v3.0, which provide the configuration, content management, and workflow capabilities.The Shared Service Provider, provides services such as the BDC, Search and Excel services to the Web applications.Associated with this are external additional services, such as InfoPath and Project Web Access.Aligned to all of these are the client applications that can integrate with SharePoint Server 2007.
  • Key MessageSharePoint 2010 extends the base SharePoint Server 2007 architecture.Presenter NotesWSS 3.0 is now SharePoint Foundation and the Shared Service Provider has been replaced by a series of individual Service Applications.SharePoint Foundation now includes the functionality to provide Sandboxed Solutions and usage and health logging. This provides insights into what is happening on your farm and how pages are being used.The number and type of default services has increased to include a range of additional functions. These are individual, so you can more closely manage the functions that are available to each site. These can also be extended by 3rd Party services from ISVs or other software vendors.Extension services include FAST Search, which extends the capabilities of the default SharePoint Search and the Office Web Apps, which enable you to use browser-based Office functionality, without having to load the client applications.The number of integrated client apps has also been extended to include Access and Visio.
  • Key MessageSharePoint 2010 extends the base SharePoint Server 2007 architecture.Presenter NotesWSS 3.0 is now SharePoint Foundation and the Shared Service Provider has been replaced by a series of individual Service Applications.SharePoint Foundation now includes the functionality to provide Sandboxed Solutions and usage and health logging. This provides insights into what is happening on your farm and how pages are being used.The number and type of default services has increased to include a range of additional functions. These are individual, so you can more closely manage the functions that are available to each site. These can also be extended by 3rd Party services from ISVs or other software vendors.Extension services include FAST Search, which extends the capabilities of the default SharePoint Search and the Office Web Apps, which enable you to use browser-based Office functionality, without having to load the client applications.The number of integrated client apps has also been extended to include Access and Visio.
  • Key MessageSharePoint 2010 extends the base SharePoint Server 2007 architecture.Presenter NotesWSS 3.0 is now SharePoint Foundation and the Shared Service Provider has been replaced by a series of individual Service Applications.SharePoint Foundation now includes the functionality to provide Sandboxed Solutions and usage and health logging. This provides insights into what is happening on your farm and how pages are being used.The number and type of default services has increased to include a range of additional functions. These are individual, so you can more closely manage the functions that are available to each site. These can also be extended by 3rd Party services from ISVs or other software vendors.Extension services include FAST Search, which extends the capabilities of the default SharePoint Search and the Office Web Apps, which enable you to use browser-based Office functionality, without having to load the client applications.The number of integrated client apps has also been extended to include Access and Visio.

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  • 1. SharePoint 2010 ITPRO
    SharePoint 2010 Demo
  • 2. About Me
    Mai Omar Desouki
    Senior Solutions Developer
    ITEgyptCorp
    maio@itegyptcorp.com
    Blog:http://maiomar.itegyptcorp.com
    Website:http://www.itegyptcorp.com
    MSDN Profile: http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/profile/mai%20omar%20desouki
    Facebook:http://www.facebook.com/mai.omar.desouki
    Twitter: #Mai_ITEgyptCorp
  • 3. Agenda
    ITPRO Investments
    Walking in CA
    Migration .. We will do it live now.
    Visual Upgrade….. Your master page….
  • 4. IT PRO
  • 5. Optimize your deployment for every scenario
    On-premise and hosted solutions with SharePoint Online
    On-Premise
    Hosted Service
    Rapid scalability
    Control and ownership
    Customers
    Partners
    Employees
    Internet
    Extranet
    Intranet
  • 6. IT Pro investmentsReduce down-time using proactive Health Monitoring
    Problem identification
    Service-level data
    Links to guidance and resources
    Pre-Beta Screenshot.
  • 7. IT Pro investments
    Streamline training and IT resources with visual upgrade
    Switch-on new UI across site collections in a controlled manner
    Upgrade servers without changing the user interface
    Preview new UI
    Pre-Beta Screenshots.
  • 8. IT Pro investments
    Visibility into upgrade process and potential problems
    Comprehensive review of upgrade readiness
    Guidance and available resources to fix problems
    Pre-Beta Screenshots.
  • 9. IT Pro investmentsTime savings through replication of actions across sites and farms
    Robust scripting environment
    Programmatically set-up sites, populate content, and more
    Pre-Beta Screenshot.
  • 10. Logical Search Architecture
  • 11. Search Content Sources
  • 12. IT Pro Value
    IT Pro Productivity
    Scalable Infrastructure
    Flexible Deployment
  • 13. Simplified Deployment
    Server Preparation
    One-click pre-req install
    Farm Configuration
    Wizard simplifies configuration
  • 14. Security
    Security is no more overhead to IT
    Automatic Password Management
    Server addition secured by Passphrase
    APIs for permission reporting
  • 15. Predictable UpgradeDo-no-harm
    Pre-upgrade checker
    Visual Upgrade
    Resumable upgrade
    Progress reports
    Parallel DB upgrades
  • 16. ULS Logs
    Logging, Monitoring, and AlertsKnow what is going on
    Windows Events
    Logging DB
    Page requests
    Unified Logging
    Out-of-the-box reports
    Richer Web Analytics
    Open Schema
    SCOM Integration
    Feature Logging
    Health data
  • 17. Proactive Resolution Get ahead of issues
    Developer Dashboard
    Empower developers and users
    Integrated Health Analyzer
    Runs when necessary
    Alerts
    Fixes when it can
  • 18. Developer Dashboard
    The developer dashboard is a useful component included with 2010
    Can be used to monitor page load and performance
    It has three states
    On
    Off
    On demand
  • 19. Developer Dashboard
    Information contained on the dashboard:
    Times to render various components on page
    Page Checkout level
    Database query information
    Web part processing time
    Any critical events or alerts
    Good for diagnosing problem web parts on a page or long list load time
  • 20. Developer Dashboard
    The Developer Dashboard state can only be toggled with a STSADM command
    ON:
    STSADM –o setproperty –pn developer-dashboard –pv on
    OFF:
    STSADM –o setproperty –pn developer-dashboard –pv off
    ON DEMAND:
    STSADM –o setproperty –pn developer-dashboard –pvondemand
  • 21. SharePoint 2007 Architecture
    SharePoint Server
    Client Apps
    Project Server
    2007
    Shared Service Provider
    Project Server
    2007
    Browsers (IE)
    InfoPath Service
    Project Web Access
    Search Service
    Office Client
    Project Web Access
    OneNote
    Excel Calc Service
    InfoPath
    User Profiles
    Project
    Business Data
    Catalog
    Outlook
    RSS Viewers
    Windows SharePoint Services
    Groove
    Content
    Config
    Workflow
    SharePoint Designer
  • 22. SharePoint 2007 Architecture
    SharePoint 2010 Architecture
    SharePoint Server
    Client Apps
    Project Server
    2007
    Shared Service Provider
    Project Server
    2007
    Browsers (IE)
    InfoPath Service
    Project Web Access
    Search Service
    Search Service
    Office Client
    Project Web Access
    Excel Calc Service
    OneNote
    Excel Calc Service
    User Profiles
    InfoPath
    User Profiles
    Business Data
    Catalog
    Project
    Business Data
    Catalog
    Outlook
    RSS Viewers
    Windows SharePoint Services
    Groove
    Content
    Config
    Workflow
    Content
    Config
    Workflow
    SharePoint Designer
  • 23. SharePoint Service Applications
    Shared Service Provider
    SharePoint 2010 Architecture
    SharePoint Server
    Client Apps
    Project Server
    2010
    Browsers (IE)
    2007
    Search Service
    Project Web Access
    Office Client
    Excel Calc Service
    OneNote
    User Profiles
    InfoPath
    Business Data
    Catalog
    Business
    Connection Service
    Project
    Outlook
    RSS Viewers
    SharePoint Foundation
    Windows SharePoint Services
    SharePoint Workspace
    Groove
    Content
    Config
    Workflow
    SharePoint Designer
  • 24. SharePoint Service Applications
    SharePoint 2010 Architecture
    SharePoint Server
    Client Apps
    Project Server
    2010
    Browsers (IE)
    Browsers (IE, Fire Fox)
    Browsers (IE, Fire Fox)
    PowerPoint Broadcast Service
    Search Service
    Project Web Access
    Office Client
    Office Client
    Office Client
    Excel Calc Service
    Web Analytics Service
    OneNote
    OneNote
    OneNote
    FAST 2010
    Office Web App Service
    3rd Party
    Services..
    FAST Search Service
    User Profiles
    Visio Graphics Service
    InfoPath
    InfoPath
    InfoPath
    Business
    Connection Service
    Access Service
    Project
    Project
    Project
    InfoPath
    Service
    Managed Metadata
    Outlook
    Outlook
    Outlook
    Word Conversion Service
    PerformancePoint
    RSS Viewers
    RSS Viewers
    RSS Viewers
    SharePoint Foundation
    SharePoint Workspace
    SharePoint Workspace
    Sandboxed Code Service
    Usage & Health Logging
    SharePoint Workspace
    SharePoint Designer
    SharePoint Designer
    Visio
    Content
    Config
    Workflow
    SharePoint Designer
    Access
  • 25. List Scalability
    Team Site
    Managed Library
    Enterprise Metadata and Content Types
    Knowledge Base or Records Center
    Number of instances
    Massive Distributed Archive
    Number of items
  • 26. Controlling Large Lists
    Can handle 50 million items per list
    As lists grow larger, the performance suffers
    Result sets are trimmed down
    Users and admins have different settings
    Happy hour settings
    Object Model override
    Windows PowerShell override of Object Model override
  • 27. Backup and Restore
    Where to start?
    Farm Backups
    Same format as SharePoint 2007 backups
    Farm backups now allow multiple threads
    Config only backups
    Granular Backup
    Now in Central Admin
    Site Collection, Web, or List
    Unattached content database
    Windows PowerShell can be used too
  • 28. SharePoint 2010 Upgrade
  • 29. SharePoint 2010 Upgrade
    Test-SPContentDataBase – Key to successful upgrade.
    Test-SPContentDatabaseis very similar to the stsadm command PreUpgradeCheck, but it works with both 2007 and 2010.
  • 30. Test-SPContentDatabase
    This command can be pointed at a database that isn’t part of the farm!  That’s the coolest. 
  • 31. If you want to see how a content database would fare in a given farm
     You can run the Test-SPContentDatabase command and get information on issues that would impact the farm you’re importing it into. 
    Is the database compatible? 
    Does it have all the assemblies installed, all the relevant features and solutions all set? 
    Well run the commandlet to find out.
  • 32. Here’s an example of a sample Test-SPContentDatabase
  • 33. If you were to compare PreUpgradeCheck and Test-SPContentDatabase
    Source (Your 2007 farm): PreUpgradeCheck will tell you what is broken or missing in the source.
    Destination (Your Clean 2010 Farm): Test-SPContentDatabase will tell you what you’ve missed in setting up your 2010 farm.
  • 34. Resume a database attach failure
    The PowerShell command Upgrade-SPContentDatabase can be used to resume a database attach failure.
    So you’d use the test-spcontentdatabase to check for missing,
    and use stsadm –o addcontentdb to add the content database,
    and use upgrade-spcontentdatabase to resume upgrades with issues.
  • 35. Visual Upgrade
  • 36. Visual Upgrade
    Visual Upgrade is capability in SharePoint 2010 that allows you to view upgraded sites as they looked in SharePoint until you are ready to view them in their full SharePoint 2010 glory.
    The Visual Upgrade is scoped at the web level
  • 37. The easiest way is inside of the UI itself,
    Another option is Windows PowerShell.
    PowerShell is a great way to take care of this if you have to work with a lot of webs.
    It has looping capabilities that make this very easy.
  • 38. Let's take a look at it:
    $db = Get-SPContentDatabaseWSS_Content_SharePoint_2007
    $db.Sites | Get-SPWeb -limit all | ForEach-Object
    {
    $_.UIversion = 4;
    $_.UIVersionConfigurationEnabled = $false;
    $_.update()
    }
    Setting the value to 4 gives us the SharePoint 2010 interface. If you want the SharePoint 2007 interface, set UIversion to 3.
  • 39. There you go .. 
  • 40. All-Up Readiness @ RTM
    Product and Documentation
    Support and Sustaining
    Early Adoption
    Channels
  • 41. Slides References
    These slides were gathered from:
    http://www.toddklindt.com/blog/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=173
    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff607998.aspx#section2
    http://www.sharepointjoel.com/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?List=0cd1a63d-183c-4fc2-8320-ba5369008acb&ID=288
    SPC 2009: SharePoint 2010 Administration: Part 1 & 2 – Todd Klindt, Shane Young
  • 42. Thank You …
  • 43. Questions
  • 44. ©2009 Microsoft, Microsoft Dynamics, the Office logo, and Your potential. Our passion. are trademarks of the Microsoft group of companies. The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.
  • 45. Bye !