What’s New for IT Professionals in Microsoft® SharePoint® Server 2013 Day 1


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Architecture Changes
Security and Identity Management
What’s New in Business Connectivity Services?
What’s New in Search?

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What’s New for IT Professionals in Microsoft® SharePoint® Server 2013 Day 1

  1. 1. First Look Clinic: What’s New for IT Professionals in Microsoft® SharePoint® Server 2013 Sayed Ali (MCTS , MCITP , MCT , MCSA , MCSE ) Sayed.ali@outlook.com Senior SharePoint Administrator Arabian Advanced Systems(Naseej)
  2. 2. About  Senior SharePoint Administrator at Arabian Advanced Systems (Naseej)  Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS)  Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP)  Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT)  Microsoft Certified Solution Association , Windows Server 2012 (MCSA)  Microsoft Certified Solution Expert , SharePoint 2013(MCSE)  Email : sayed.ali@outlook.com  Twitter : @sayed_dev  LinkedIn : http://sa.linkedin.com/in/sayedaly  Blog : http://www.sayed-ali.com/blog  Mobile : +966541010095
  3. 3. Course Agenda  Architecture Changes  Security and Identity Management  What’s New in Business Connectivity Services?  What’s New in Search?  What's New in Business Intelligence?  What's New in Composites  What’s New in Enterprise Content Management  What's New in Records Management and Compliance  What’s New in Social Computing  What’s New for Mobile Users  The Authoring Process  Search-Driven Sites
  4. 4. Day 1 Agenda  Architecture Changes  Security and Identity Management  What’s New in Business Connectivity Services?  What’s New in Search?
  5. 5. Lesson 1: Architecture Changes  Request Management  Service Applications  Office Web Applications  SharePoint Apps  Upgrading to SharePoint 2013  Demonstration: Administering SharePoint 2013
  6. 6. Request Management  Enables SharePoint to process incoming requests according to configurable rules  Run in integrated mode for most environments  Run in dedicated mode for large environments and multiple farms  Consists of three components:  Request Throtting and Routing  Request Prioritization  Request Load Balancing  Create routing rules and throttling rules to prioritize requests and maintain service levels
  7. 7. Request Management SharePoint Web Server SharePoint Foundation Web Application Service Filter out requests which should be throttled or prioritized Select which web servers the request may be sent to Select a single web server to route to, based upon weighting schemes Request Management Service Incoming Requests Configuration
  8. 8. Service Applications  The Application Management Service manages licenses and permissions for SharePoint apps  SharePoint Translation Services provides automated, machine-based translation of documents and content  The Work Management Service aggregates task data from other business platforms in SharePoint My Sites  Office Web Applications and Web Analytics are no longer service applications in SharePoint 15
  9. 9. Office Web Applications  Office Web Applications is now a separate server product  You can scale your Office Web Applications and SharePoint deployments independently  One Office Web Applications farm can serve multiple SharePoint farms  Use Windows PowerShell to associate your SharePoint farm with an Office Web Applications farm
  10. 10. SharePoint Apps  A new way of distributing and exposing functionality through the SharePoint UI  App logic can run in the cloud or in the local environment  Apps can be purchased or downloaded from the Office Marketplace  The Corporate Catalog site collection makes apps available across a SharePoint web application  Apps can only access SharePoint functionality through the CSOM
  11. 11. Upgrading to SharePoint 2013  Database attach upgrade is the only supported upgrade path from SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 15 1. Create a new SharePoint 15 server farm 2. Migrate your content databases 3. Perform the upgrade  Upgrade of servers and databases is now separate from upgrade of site collections  Site collections can continue to run in SharePoint 2010 mode  Platform supports both SharePoint 15 and SharePoint 2010 version of most components and resources
  12. 12. Demonstration: Administering SharePoint 2013  Central Administration structure is unchanged  New options for managing SharePoint apps  New service applications  Application Management Service  SharePoint Translation Services  Work Management Service  App Fabric Application Proxy  Creating web applications  Only claims authentication is available through the UI
  13. 13. Lesson 2: Security and Identity Management  Authentication in SharePoint 2013  SharePoint 2013 and OAuth 2.0  Application Authentication and Authorization  Server to Server Authentication
  14. 14. Authentication in SharePoint 2013  Claims-based authentication is now the default option  Classic authentication mode has been deprecated  Three types of claims-based authentication are supported  Windows claims  FBA claims  SAML claims  Distributed Cache service tracks FedAuth cookies  Improved logging and diagnostics for authentication
  15. 15. SharePoint 2013 and OAuth 2.0  OAuth enables users to share specific resources with third parties without sharing their access credentials  Third parties are issued with an access token  An access token grants access to a specific resource for a defined period of time (for example 30 minutes)  SharePoint 15 implements and extends OAuth 2.0 for two scenarios:  Application authentication and authorization  Server to server authentication
  16. 16. Application Authentication and Authorization 1. User loads an app in SharePoint 2. App requests an access token from Azure ACS 3. ACS authenticates app and issues token SharePoint User App Azure ACS 1 2 3 4 5 6 4. App presents access token to SharePoint 5. SharePoint returns data to app 6. App presents data to user
  17. 17. Server to Server Authentication  Enterprise functionality relies on server applications sharing information on behalf of users  The S2S STS issues access tokens that enable SharePoint to retrieve or provide information on behalf of users  PowerShell is used to configure trust relationships between SharePoint, Exchange, and Lync SharePoint Server Exchange Server SharePoint STS Exchange STS Trust Relationship Access Token Data
  18. 18. Lesson 3: What’s New in Business Connectivity Services?  OData Connections  External Events  External List Enhancements  BDC Model Scopes  Demonstration: Adding an OData Connection in SharePoint Designer 2013
  19. 19. OData Connections  BCS includes native support for OData  Generate BDC models from OData automatically in Visual Studio  Build BDC models from OData interactively in SharePoint Designer  OData provides access to a wide range of third party systems and data sources
  20. 20. External Events SharePoint SharePoint BDC External System OData endpoint Operations Notifications Alerts
  21. 21. External List Enhancements  Performance improvements  Limit number of results returned  Sorting is performed by external system  Filtering is performed by external system  Users can export external list data to Excel
  22. 22. BDC Model Scopes Farm (BCS) Scope App Scope SharePoint App SharePoint App External Systems BDC Connection BDC Connection BDC Connection BDC Model BDC Model
  23. 23. Demonstration: Adding an OData Connection in SharePoint Designer 2013  Create a new external content type in SharePoint Designer  Add a new data connection  Connect to an Odata provider  Explore the data and define operations
  24. 24. Lesson 4: What’s New in Search?  Search Architecture  Search Crawl  Relevance Enhancements  User Interface Enhancements
  25. 25. Search Architecture Crawl Component Content Processing Component Index Component Query Processing Component Analytics Processing Component Crawl Database Analytics Reporting Database Link Database Content Sources Client Application Event Store
  26. 26. Search Crawl  Continuous crawl  Alternative to scheduled incremental crawl  Crawl processes are started automatically as required  Keeps index as fresh as possible  Entity search  Crawler looks for specific words or phrases, or entities, in unstructured content  Could include product names or project codenames  Create and deploy dictionaries containing your entities  Entities are stored as managed properties
  27. 27. Relevance Enhancements • The search analytics component continually works to improve relevance • Query rules enable you to match search results to user intent • Result sources replace federated locations and search scopes
  28. 28. User Interface Enhancements • Out of the box • Search results differentiated by type • Hover previews of Office documents • Search results optimized per user search history • Customized at search service level • Result blocks provide visual grouping of particular types of results • Customized at site level • Result types use rules to match search results • Display templates determine look and feel of result types