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SharePoint 2013 - What’s New?  What's Changed ?? SharePoint 2013 - What’s New? What's Changed ?? Presentation Transcript

  • Consultant Certification Mohan Arumugam Technologies Specialist E-mail : moohanan@gmail.com Phone : +91 99406 53876 Profile Blogger Trainer Who Am I ?
  • • Topologies • Architecture Changes-New • Distributed Cache • Shredded Storage • App Model / SharePoint Store • Request Management • License Mapping • Architecture Changes - Changed • Office Web Apps • Workflow • Search • Security • Features • Web Content Management (WCM) • Machine Translation • App Management / Subscription Service • Work Management
  • hanges Things only get more complex
  •  SharePoint 2010  Medium Farm  High Load Services  Search Client SharePoint Server 2010 SharePoint Farm SPWFE01 CPU: 2 Cores RAM: 8GB SQL Server 2008 R2 SPSQL SPSQL01 CPU: 4 Cores RAM: 16 GB SPSQL01 CPU: 4 Cores RAM: 16 GB SPPAP01 CPU: 2 Cores RAM: 8 GB SPWFE01 CPU: 2 Cores RAM: 8GB
  •  SharePoint 2013  Medium Farm  High Load Services  Distributed Cache  Search SharePoint Server 2013 SharePoint Farm SPWFE01 CPU: 4 Cores RAM: 12 GB SPAPP01 CPU: 4 Cores RAM: 24 GB SPAPP02 CPU: 4 Cores RAM: 24 GB WOPI01 Office Web Applications 2013 Shared OWA Farm WOPI02 Client Load Balancer SQL Server 2008 R2 SPSQL SPSQL01 CPU: 8 Cores RAM: 16 GB SPSQL02 CPU: 8 Cores RAM: 16 GB Search Architecture Query Processing Replica ReplicaIndex partition 0 Administration Content Processing Query Processing AnalyticsCrawl SPWFE02 CPU: 4 Cores RAM: 12 GB
  •  SharePoint 2013  Medium-er Farm  High Load Services  Distributed Cache  Search SharePoint Server 2013 SharePoint Farm SPWFE01 CPU: 4 Cores RAM: 12 GB SPAPP01 CPU: 8 Cores RAM: 24 GB SPAPP02 CPU: 8 Cores RAM: 24 GB SPAPP03 CPU: 8 Cores RAM: 24 GB WOPI01 Office Web Applications 2013 Shared OWA Farm WOPI02 Client Load Balancer SQL Server 2008 R2 SPSQL SPSQL03 CPU: 8 Cores RAM: 16 GB SPSQL04 CPU: 8 Cores RAM: 16 GB Search Architecture Query Processing Query Processing Replica Replica Index partition 0 ReplicaReplicaIndex partition 1 Administration Content Processing Crawl Crawl Analytics SPWFE02 CPU: 4 Cores RAM: 12 GB SQL Server 2008 R2 SPSearchSQL SPSQL01 CPU: 8 Cores RAM: 16 GB SPSQL02 CPU: 8 Cores RAM: 16 GB
  •  What’s New  Shredded Storage  Distributed Cache  Request Management  License Mapping  App Model / SharePoint Store  What’s Changed  Office Web Apps  Workflow  Search  Security
  •  What is it?  Stores changes instead of entire new version  Does it help me?  Yes (in a lot of scenarios)  Database growth should be slower than in 2010  Improved I/O  What else should I know about it?  Works best with OpenXML Office docs  Documents are not shredded on upgrade
  •  What is it?  Stores various types of information in memory  Does it help me?  Claim token caching  Social Feature Caching  What else should I know about it?  Adjust your memory considerations  Do NOT use dynamic memory  During install assigns 10% of total physical memory  Update-SPDistributedCacheSize –CacheSizeInMB <CacheSize>  When “stopping” service use Graceful shutdown  Stop-SPDistributedCacheServiceInstance –Graceful  Remove-SPDistributedCacheServiceInstance
  •  What is it?  enables administrators to manage the routing and throttling of incoming requests  Does it help me?  It can in certain scenarios  Most admins will not use  What else should I know about it?  Does not replace your load balancer  Managed through PowerShell
  •  What is it?  Enables admins to map licenses to users associated with AD Groups  Does it help me?  Yes - buy CALs for what your users are using  Mixing CALs in a farm is fully supported  What else should I know about it?  Managed through PowerShell (have you figured out you need PowerShell yet?)
  •  PowerShell cmdlets  Add-SPUserLicenseMapping  Disable-SPUserLicensing  Enable-SPUserLicensing  Get-SPUserLicense  Get-SPUserLicenseMapping  Get-SPUserLicensing  New-SPUserLicenseMapping  Remove-SPUserLicenseMapping
  •  Feature Categories  Unlicensed  Standard  Enterprise  Project  WACEdit (Office Web Apps) Enable-SPUserLicensing $lm = New-SPUserLicenseMapping -SecurityGroup "CORPEnterprise Client Access License" -License Enterprise Add-SPUserLicenseMapping -Mapping $lm
  •  What is it?  New development model for “customizations”  Heavy use of the client side object model  Does it help me?  If you don’t want server side code – YES  If you want server side code – NO  What else should I know about it?  Need wildcard DNS A (HOST) record for app domain  companyapps.com  Wildcard SSL Certificate  Use SSL otherwise OAuth tokens unsecured  SharePoint Store  App Requests  Enabled or Not
  •  What else should I know about it?  App Catalog (Special site collection) used for managing approved apps  App Licensing  No explicit setting prevents site owners from purchasing apps, use App Request process  URL Structure  https://<prefix>-<appID>.<appdomain>  Example: https://hrapp-4a9cce52782633.companyapps.com  Related Service Applications  Subscription Settings  App Management  User Profile Service (High Trust Apps)
  •  What is it?  Allows for viewing and editing Office documents in browser  Does it help me?  Yes - eliminates need to open client application  Yes - allows for co-authoring  Yes - preview capabilities
  •  What else should I know about it ?  Separate product now  Needs its own server( No really, it does...)  Read-only is free  SSL Certificate (Wildcard Certificates NOT supported)
  •  What is it?  Enables new workflow actions / conditions  Does it help me?  Actions  Calling HTTP web services  Start List / Site workflow  Translation  Project Support  Conditions  “Valid” SharePoint User  Skip Project Stage  Components  Non-sequential workflows using stages  App Steps  Looping
  •  What else should I know about it?  Requires SharePoint Server (Standard or Enterprise)  Requires User Profile Service Application  Separate installation  Azure Workflow Manager  Azure Workflow Client  Can be installed ON or OFF of SharePoint servers  Requires routable DNS entry  Should utilize SSL for OAuth connectivity
  •  What is it?  Single service instance using FAST as the base service regardless of Foundation, Standard or Enterprise  Does it help me?  Site Admins can now managed components  Result Sources (Scope Replacement)  Result Types  Query Rules  Schema (Managed Properties)  Farm Settings  Search Dictionaries  Result Sources  Query Rules  Crawl Schedules (Continuous Crawl)
  •  What else should I know about it?  Search Components
  •  What else should I know about it?  Search Topology can only be managed through PowerShell  Don’t forget to remove inactive topologies $searchInstance = Get-SPEnterpriseSearchServiceInstance -Local $ssa = Get-SPEnterpriseSearchServiceApplication $clone = $ssa.ActiveTopology.Clone() New-SPEnterpriseSearchAdminComponent -SearchTopology $clone -SearchServiceInstance $searchInstance New-SPEnterpriseSearchContentProcessingComponent -SearchTopology $clone -SearchServiceInstance $searchInstance New-SPEnterpriseSearchAnalyticsProcessingComponent -SearchTopology $clone -SearchServiceInstance $searchInstance New-SPEnterpriseSearchCrawlComponent -SearchTopology $clone -SearchServiceInstance $searchInstance New-SPEnterpriseSearchIndexComponent -SearchTopology $clone -SearchServiceInstance $searchInstance New-SPEnterpriseSearchQueryProcessingComponent -SearchTopology $clone -SearchServiceInstance $searchInstance $clone.Activate()
  •  Claims vs. Classic  And the winner is……Claims  Claims is needed for full functionality  Switch to claims post-upgrade or before upgrade?  Post-upgrade allows for easy fallback if needed  Pre-upgrade seems cleaner and makes upgrade easier  Time will tell...  Sharing  Facebook like  Very easy to break inheritance (Is this a good thing?)
  •  Web Content Management (WCM)  Enterprise Content Management (ECM)  Search  Access Services 2013  User Profile Service  Machine Translation  App Management / Subscription Service  Work Management
  •  Metadata navigation  Use Term Sets to navigate your site  Clean URLs (e.g. /west/northwest/wild)  SEO Improvements  Meta Description  Keywords  SiteMap  Channels  HTML5 / CSS3  Theming
  •  Records Management  Site based retention policies  eDiscovery improved  search and in-place hold  Drag and Drop  Browser Support  Firefox - latest version  Chrome - latest version  IE 10 desktop  IE 8 or IE 9 only if Office 2013 is installed  Team Mailbox  Adding site mailbox allows users to share communication concerning project  Requires Exchange 2013
  •  Terminology  Result Sources (Scope replacement)  Display Templates (JavaScript kills XSLT)  Search Schema (Managed / Crawled Properties)  Query Rules  Promoted Results (Best Bets, can be defined at service application)  Result Block (Group like results)  Continual Crawling  Results also include social content  All analytics controlled in Search  Search web parts have been re-written  New Content Search Web Part (Enterprise Only – NOT in Office365)  When using Office Web Applications, includes document previews  Admins can force a re-index of specific lists / libraries  Managed Properties have more power  Query, Search, Retrieve, Refine, Sort
  •  Requires SQL 2012 and a dedicated server  Allows users to create web applications  Each App gets its own SQL Server database (not access)  databases are created with GUID in name  Access 2013 client is required to build your app  it then gets published to SharePoint  Replacement for Info Path?
  •  Direct AD Import vs. FIM  Direct AD Import  Much faster  Single domain  Start here  Switch to FIM if you need the features  Social Feature Dependencies  News Feed  SkyDrive Pro  Has nothing to do with SkyDrive (thank you Microsoft Marketing)  Allows sync between SharePoint and your PC  New version of SharePoint WorkSpace  If you want social you need MySites
  •  Provides a central location where service administrators configure and administer the following features:  User profiles – contain detailed information about people in an organization. A user profile organizes and displays all of the properties related to each user, together with social tags, documents, and other items related to that user.  Profile synchronization – provides a reliable way to synchronize groups and user profile information that is stored in the SharePoint Server 2013 profile database together with information that is stored in directory services across the enterprise.
  •  Enables translation for pages and documents  Documents: docx, doc, docm, dotx, dotm, dot, rtf  Pages: html, htm, aspx, xhtml, xhtm  Other: txt, xlf  Out of the box uses Microsoft Translator  Mostly utilized through development API’s  Requires Server to Server authentication and app authentication  Translation also works in Word Web Application  Service Application Dependencies  App Management  Subscription  User Profile
  •  Word Web App Example
  •  App Catalog site per web application  Publish “acceptable” apps  Manage App Request  Internet Facing Apps  Web Application feature  Requires routable internet DNS
  •  Task Aggregation  View and track to-dos and tasks  Can be aggregated from Exchange, Project Server and SharePoint  Tasks can be cached on users MySite  Requirements  Search Application  User profile service application
  • Mohan Arumugam Technologies Specialist E-mail : moohanan@gmail.com Phone : +91 99406 53876 Profile Thank You