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Share Point 2010 Fight Night -Admin vs Dev

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The stakes have never been higher for these age old enemies as they battle for SharePoint 2010 supremacy in this no holds barred, grudge match. In SharePoint 2007, the admin blocked every attempt to …

The stakes have never been higher for these age old enemies as they battle for SharePoint 2010 supremacy in this no holds barred, grudge match. In SharePoint 2007, the admin blocked every attempt to deploy code, resulting in a decisive victory over dev. Dev, now leaner and stronger, is hungry and eagerly awaits this rematch on the SharePoint 2010 card. Fans won’t be disappointed as these old rivals duke it out in this epic battle.

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  • 1. © 2009 Quest Software, Inc. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED SharePoint 2010 Fight Night Admin vs. Dev Referee: Mike Watson Senior Product Manager Quest Software
  • 2. 2 Referee Mike Watson’s Credentials • Creates third-party solutions for profit at Quest Software • Created & established best practices for the Center of Excellence (CoE) at Microsoft • Wrote and evaluated product guidance as a SharePoint Customer Advisory virtual Team member (CAT) • Evaluated third-party solutions for SharePoint Online • Contributes to articles, whitepapers, books, and co-authoring a book on SharePoint 2010
  • 3. 3 Agenda • The 2007 Fight • The SharePoint 2010 Rematch –What’s new for Admin –What’s new for Dev • Conclusion • Q&A
  • 4. 4 The 2007 Fight Developer • Got too many requests to do common, simple stuff • Suffered lack-luster docs • Visual Studio integration was an afterthought • Lots of manual effort • Everything required server touch • Everything required elevation Administrator • Suffered lack-luster docs • Had his/her hands full just trying to keep servers up • Lots of manual effort • Often handed code to run without any insight into what the code did • Had no clue how code was affecting their environment • Often had to say “NO”!
  • 5. 5 The 2010 Fight! The fighters learned new tricks
  • 6. 6 What’s New for Administrators
  • 7. 7 Command & Control • Throttling – Tell end users to leave you alone. Your busy! • Large List controls – tell end users they’re crazy trying to make that query, but admins, no problem! • SharePoint designer – maybe not • Developer Dashboard – Learn just how bad your developers are. • Sandboxing – More like prison for unsavory code. • SQL Resource Governor – The nuclear option!
  • 8. 8 What’s New for Developers
  • 9. 9 Capability & Flexibility • More GUI capability – Fewer assemblies • SPDesigner – Better and free-er than ever • Developer Dashboard – Devs, See just how bad you really are! • Client-OM – Access SharePoint via script w/o web services • Sandboxing – Deploy code without dreaded conversations with Administrators
  • 10. 10 Summary • In SharePoint 2007 – Dev lacked guidance and made a mess. – Admin didn’t have controls and blocked most Dev efforts • In SharePoint 2010 – Dev can get more done without ever talking to Admin – Dev has better tools and guidance increasing Admin confidence – Admin has more control than ever before
  • 11. 11 And the Winner by TKO is…. The Business
  • 12. 12 What is Deployment Advisor? A tool created specifically to instill confidence in SharePoint, its administrators, their managers, and ultimately end users.
  • 13. 13 What is Deployment Advisor Specifically? Identify & resolve • Performance bottlenecks • Security vulnerabilities • Service outages • Support issues Recommend and compare • SharePoint & SQL configurations • Hardware • Windows, IIS, ASP .NET settings Track & manage • Change • Utilization • Storage growth • Customization • Site proliferation Report on • Inconsistencies • Changes • Uptime • Health • Usage
  • 14. 14 Features Community driven, ever-growing set of built-in rules & best practices An easy to deploy, easy to use console built specifically for SharePoint Manage any number of servers and farms including non-SharePoint servers Supports WSS 3.0 & WSF2010, MOSS 2007, SharePoint Server 2010 No server needed. Runs on XP Supports Windows 2000 & SQL 2000 and above
  • 15. 15 Extensible, Open, Community Driven Benefit • Ships with hundreds of community approved rules and best practices • Ignore & Modify rules Extend • Import best practices from Subject Matter Experts and the community • Create your own rules using Powershell & powerGUI Contribute • Rate and rank community contributions • Create/upload rules and solicit feedback
  • 16. 16 How Deployment Advisor Works • Install components on any server or client • Netcontrol framework can run local or remote Install • Select any SharePoint server • Agent pushes small webservice to server Connect • Web service collects info about farm and stores in remote DB • Data is loaded into console and analyzed real-time against configured rules and best practices View
  • 17. 17 Benefits of Deployment Advisor Administrators • Increase uptime • Reduce failures • Improve Visibility Managers • Report health & availability trends • Track & manage change Consultants • Engage customers • Market knowledge • Find work
  • 18. 18 Licensing • Licensed per front-end web server • No license required for SQL – Only monitors SQL servers containing SharePoint databases – Value add: All Best practices, reporting, and maintenance • No license required for Windows – DA can scan/compare non-SharePoint servers, identify risks and report. All value add
  • 19. 19 www.SharePointMadScientist.com www.twitter.com/mikewat www.facebook.com/mikewat Locate me at:
  • 20. 20 Upcoming Events • Tonight - #SharePint #ShareCurry Nottingham User Group • Nov 26th - Quest WebParts Day Amsterdam • Jan 18th- 19th - SharePoint Conference 2010 – Amsterdam • Feb 10th - 12th – SPTechCon – San Francisco • Apr 19th – 21st – SharePoint Evolution – London • Apr 25th – 28th – TEC2010 – Los Angeles http://www.sharepointmadscientist.com/Lists/Events/AllItems.aspx
  • 21. 21 Q&A