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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. SharePoint 2010 Fight NightAdmin vs. Dev
    Referee: Mike Watson
    Senior Product Manager
    Quest Software
  • 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. Agenda
    The 2007 Fight
    The SharePoint 2010 Rematch
    What’s new for Admin
    What’s new for Dev
    Conclusion
    Q&A
  • 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. The 2010 Fight!
    The fighters learned new tricks
  • 6. What’s New for Administrators
  • 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. What’s New for Developers
  • 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. 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. And the Winner by TKO is….
    The Business
  • 12. What is Deployment Advisor?
    A tool created specifically to instill confidence in SharePoint, its administrators, their managers, and ultimately end users.
  • 13. What is Deployment Advisor Specifically?
  • 14. Features
  • 15. Extensible, Open, Community Driven
  • 16. How Deployment Advisor Works
  • 17. Benefits of Deployment Advisor
  • 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. www.SharePointMadScientist.com
    www.twitter.com/mikewat
    www.facebook.com/mikewat
    Locate me at:
  • 20. Upcoming Events
    Tonight - #SharePint #ShareCurry Nottingham User Group
    Nov 26th - QuestWebParts 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. Q&A