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Overview of Microsoft Teams
By
Vignesh Ganesan | MCP, MCITP,MCTS & ITIL V3
Technical Manager – SharePoint & Office 365
&
J...
About the speakers
• Vignesh Ganesan
• Technical Manager - SharePoint &
Office 365
• C Sharp Corner MVP
• Active Blogger o...
Introduction to Microsoft Teams
Architecture of Microsoft Teams
Demo on Microsoft Teams
Organizing your Team in Microsoft ...
Targeted Audiences
IT Admins Office 365
Admin & Dev
Architects and
Decision
makers
Folks who are
new to Office
365
The journey so far….
Collaboration is
how work gets done
Internal & External Team Members
Team members outside the firewall need
unfettered acc...
Different groups
have different needs
Siloed Apps
Friction across applications – multiple logins, difficulty
sharing and d...
The right tool is required for a better outcome
Microsoft Teams, the hub for teamwork in Office 365
Chat, calls & meetings
for today’s teams
Integrated Office 365 apps
Cu...
Chat for today’s teams
People can see content and chat history anytime
Team chats and activities are visible to the entire...
A hub for teamwork
Chat, content, people, and tools live in a team
workspace
Voice and video meetings right within Microso...
Integrating the power of Office 365 & Office Pro
Plus
Customizable for each team
Create different channels for work streams and topics
Add tabs to frequently used files and clo...
Extensible for each team:
Tailor your workspace to include
apps and services for the team
and organization
Pin important f...
Security teams trust
Broad compliance standards support: Accessibility,
ISO27018/01, SOC 1 and 2, HIPAA, EU Model Clauses ...
So what’s Microsoft Teams in a nutshell?
Chat centric workspace that brings in a lot of the O365 capabilities which includ...
Teams Architecture
• Designed for the cloud
• Microsoft Teams is built on existing Microsoft technologies woven together b...
Azure
Teams brings together O365 and Skype
Office 365 platform
and services
Skype InfrastructureTeams Services
Teams Clien...
Teams Client Architecture
Web Windows Mac WP iPhone/iPad Android
Angular
Electron
Desktop Mobile
UWP
jQuery, lodash etc.. ...
Teams Conversations Logical Architecture
Teams services
Teams Services  Often referred to as the “Middle Tier”
although it is actually a collection of
Micro-servi...
Skype Infrastructure
Teams and Skype
 Leverage the next generation
compliant skype services for
messaging and VOIP callin...
Data and analytics
Teams and Office 365
Office 365
Microsoft Power BI
 Teams strives to realize the full
benefits of O365...
Teams on Azure
Azure  Azure is the core
platform that Teams is
built on
 Massive scale
 Global foot print
 Redundancy
Where Are My Files Stored?
1:N chats
Files are uploaded to OneDrive for Business and
permissions are set for the members o...
Where Are My conversations Stored?
Chat service
In memory processing for speed
Leverages Azure storage (blob, tables,
queu...
Slack vs Teams
7 Things Microsoft Teams Does Better Than Slack
Mobile Device Management
Office 365 Integration
Third Party Integration...
Memberships and Roles
Team owners are able to invite anyone in the organization they work Two
roles in Team:
• Owner: pers...
Memberships and Roles (cont.)
Team Owner Team Member
Create team  -
Leave team  
Edit team name/description  -
Delete ...
Service Administration
• Admins have multiple settings that can be
enabled or disabled at the tenant level.
• With Microso...
Service Administration Contd…
• Enable SP Sharing if
you like the Guest
users to upload +
collaborate on files in
Microsof...
Demo on Teams Service Administration
Full functional (nearly)
client that can be used
from a variety of
browsers.
Desktop
Provide support for
audio, video, and...
Full functional (nearly)
client that can be used
from a variety of
browsers.
Desktop
Provide support for
audio, video, and...
Platform Requirements
Web
Edge: 12+
Internet Explorer: 11+
Chrome: 51.0+
Firefox: 47.0+
Safari (coming soon)
Desktop
Windo...
Meetings View Meeting Details Channel Meeting
Mobile Meetings – iOS and Android
Microsoft Teams –Demo on Mobile Clients
Teams Structure in Microsoft Teams
Teams
• Collection of people, content, and tools surrounding different projects
Channels
• Dedicated sections within a tea...
Enabling Microsoft Teams
User's mailbox
is hosted in:
Team and
Channel
mgmt
Create and
view meetings
Modify user
profile p...
Teams Integration with SharePoint Online:
Teams Integration with OneDrive for Business:
SharePoint
SharePoint Online is a required component for Microsoft Teams.
If you don't have SharePoint Online enabled in y...
Skype for Business
Interoperability between Microsoft Teams and Skype for Business is currently available for peer to peer...
Microsoft Teams Network Traffic
• Microsoft Teams combines three forms of traffic:
• Data between the Office 365 online en...
Microsoft Teams Bandwidth Calculator
• Microsoft has created a dedicated site for calculating the potential
impact of Micr...
Network Assessment
• Ensure all required URLs and IP addresses are allowed, and the network
performance metrics are meetin...
Security - Authentication
• Microsoft Teams leverages common Office 365 authentication
schemes
• Cloud Identity
• Synchron...
URLs and Media Stack
• Microsoft Teams also provides a calling and meetings experience
built on the next generation cloud ...
Guest Access
Guest access:
Anyone with an Azure Active Directory (AAD) account can be added as a guest in Teams.
Guests :
Can have any ...
Guest Access Capabilities
Roadmap for Microsoft Teams
https://products.office.com/en-us/business/office-365-roadmap
• AdminCenterforMicrosoftTeams
•...
Card for Teams to the reporting dashboard
Office 365 Adoption Content Pack in PowerBI
Audio ( PSTN) Conferencing (Preview)
Meeting Recording
Meeting Playback
Skype Room Systems
Call Quality Diagnostics Portal
Limitations to be aware of in Microsoft Teams
 The default maximum number of teams that an Office 365 tenant can have is ...
Business Essentials
Business Premium
Enterprise E1
Enterprise E3
Enterprise E4 (retired)
Education
Education Plus
Educatio...
Microsoft Teams License Assignment
By default, Microsoft Teams license is enabled for all users assigned with the
eligible...
Recent Momentum
Customer Support
• Enable continuous knowledge sharing
between shifts
• Provide visibility into customer escalations
• Sea...
Introduction to Microsoft Teams
Architecture of Microsoft Teams
Demo on Microsoft Teams
Organizing your Team in Microsoft ...
Useful Reference articles for Teams
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoftteams/microsoft-teams
https://docs.microsoft...
Resources to Learn More
https://aka.ms/SuccessWithTeams
Your hub for all things Microsoft Teams including vision,
practica...
Conclusion:
 Microsoft Teams is designed to provide an easier way for small groups of people to communicate and
collabora...
Thank You!
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  1. 1. Overview of Microsoft Teams By Vignesh Ganesan | MCP, MCITP,MCTS & ITIL V3 Technical Manager – SharePoint & Office 365 & Jayanthi P | MCTS SharePoint & Office 365 Developer
  2. 2. About the speakers • Vignesh Ganesan • Technical Manager - SharePoint & Office 365 • C Sharp Corner MVP • Active Blogger on C Sharp corner , Collab 365 community , European SP Community & Hubfly blogsite • www.vigneshsharepointthoughts. com • Jayanthi P • SharePoint & Office 365 Developer • Specialized on SQL Server, Asp. Net, SharePoint, Office 365, Dynamics CRM & Power BI
  3. 3. Introduction to Microsoft Teams Architecture of Microsoft Teams Demo on Microsoft Teams Organizing your Team in Microsoft Teams Microsoft Teams Clients Planning the implementation of Microsoft Teams What to expect with Teams replacing SfB Roadmap Use cases Recap Conclusion Today’s Agenda :
  4. 4. Targeted Audiences IT Admins Office 365 Admin & Dev Architects and Decision makers Folks who are new to Office 365
  5. 5. The journey so far….
  6. 6. Collaboration is how work gets done Internal & External Team Members Team members outside the firewall need unfettered access Geographically Distributed Need varied ways to connect across locations and time-zones Multi-Generation Workforce Different expectations and preferences for tools Employees work on nearly 2xthe number of teams, compared to 5 years ago Internal & External Team Members Team members outside the firewall need unfettered access Geographically Distributed Need varied ways to connect across locations and time-zones Multi-Generation Workforce Different expectations and preferences for tools
  7. 7. Different groups have different needs Siloed Apps Friction across applications – multiple logins, difficulty sharing and discovering information Shadow IT Incomplete toolset can lead to inconsistent security, compliance and risk Wasted Time Context switching between different apps drains attention and time Today’s Challenges Co-Creating Content Mail & Calendar Voice, Video& Meetings Chat-based Workspace Sites & Content Management Enterprise Social
  8. 8. The right tool is required for a better outcome
  9. 9. Microsoft Teams, the hub for teamwork in Office 365 Chat, calls & meetings for today’s teams Integrated Office 365 apps Customizable and extensible Enterprise security, compliance & manageability
  10. 10. Chat for today’s teams People can see content and chat history anytime Team chats and activities are visible to the entire team Use private chats for small group conversations Mobile access on Android, iOS and Windows Phone
  11. 11. A hub for teamwork Chat, content, people, and tools live in a team workspace Voice and video meetings right within Microsoft Teams Built-in access to SharePoint, OneNote and Planner Work with Office and other documents right in the app Audio calling on mobile
  12. 12. Integrating the power of Office 365 & Office Pro Plus
  13. 13. Customizable for each team Create different channels for work streams and topics Add tabs to frequently used files and cloud services Get updates from the apps your team uses every day Customize notifications so you don’t miss important info Build integrations with developer preview APIs
  14. 14. Extensible for each team: Tailor your workspace to include apps and services for the team and organization Pin important files for easy reference in the workspace Add bots that work on a team’s behalf Integrate cloud services, explore data and get updates from the apps your team uses every day Use the Teams developer platform to build integrations to existing business process Manage trusted apps for employees and the organization
  15. 15. Security teams trust Broad compliance standards support: Accessibility, ISO27018/01, SOC 1 and 2, HIPAA, EU Model Clauses & more Information protection with Archive, eDiscovery, Legal Hold, Compliance Content Search, Auditing and Reporting1 Tier-C Compliant Data encryption at all times, at-rest and in-transit. Multi-factor authentication for enhanced identity protection. 1 Archive, eDiscovery, Legal Hold, Compliance Content Search, Auditing and Reporting are in E3 and above suites.
  16. 16. So what’s Microsoft Teams in a nutshell? Chat centric workspace that brings in a lot of the O365 capabilities which includes 1. Office 365 groups 2. SharePoint 3. Planner 4. Power BI 5. Office Excel & Word 6. Visual Studio Team 7. Bots Creation of Office 365 groups : From OWA,Microsoft Teams, OneDrive for Business , Planner & SharePoint Home
  17. 17. Teams Architecture • Designed for the cloud • Microsoft Teams is built on existing Microsoft technologies woven together by Office 365 Groups. • Amplify the value of Office 365 • Powered by Microsoft’s cloud, organizations can expect excellent performance and reliability when leveraging Microsoft Teams as part of their digital collaboration journey.
  18. 18. Azure Teams brings together O365 and Skype Office 365 platform and services Skype InfrastructureTeams Services Teams Clients
  19. 19. Teams Client Architecture Web Windows Mac WP iPhone/iPad Android Angular Electron Desktop Mobile UWP jQuery, lodash etc.. (200+ Open Source Components) IOS Android TypeScript, Node, SASS C# Swift Java HTML5/CSS Browsers: Edge, IE11, latest Chrome, latest Firefox Desktop: Windows 10, 8.1, 7(SP1), Mac OS X 10.10+ Optimized for agility Auto-updates C++ Objective C
  20. 20. Teams Conversations Logical Architecture
  21. 21. Teams services Teams Services  Often referred to as the “Middle Tier” although it is actually a collection of Micro-services  More efficient / less complex  Scale flexibility  Lower risk / deployment agility  Optimize for evolutionary change Front end servers Identity Auth AAD sync Compliance Audit Retention Extensibility Graph Tabs Bots Config Setting store Notifications Email Team mgmt Admin
  22. 22. Skype Infrastructure Teams and Skype  Leverage the next generation compliant skype services for messaging and VOIP calling  PSTN calling leverages the Skype for Business Online services Calling /Meeting Meeting scheduler Calling service Transport relays Media controller Registrar Call recording Voicemail TrouterMedia processor Messaging Chat Media Search Personal expression Notification Hub URL preview People Presence Config Experimentation Identity Skype Identity Permission service
  23. 23. Data and analytics Teams and Office 365 Office 365 Microsoft Power BI  Teams strives to realize the full benefits of O365 both as a platform and for end user capabilities  A part of our vision is to be an App hub Platform Exchange Modern Groups OneDrive for Business SharePoint Information Protection Applications OneNote PowerApps PowerPoint, Word, Excel Planner Stream
  24. 24. Teams on Azure Azure  Azure is the core platform that Teams is built on  Massive scale  Global foot print  Redundancy
  25. 25. Where Are My Files Stored? 1:N chats Files are uploaded to OneDrive for Business and permissions are set for the members of the chat Team conversations Files are uploaded to SharePoint. A folder is associated with each channel in the team Cloud storage Dropbox, Box, Citrix ShareFile, Google Drive
  26. 26. Where Are My conversations Stored? Chat service In memory processing for speed Leverages Azure storage (blob, tables, queues) Substrate / Exchange Chat and channel messages are also stored in Exchange for information protection Conversation images Images are stored in a media store
  27. 27. Slack vs Teams
  28. 28. 7 Things Microsoft Teams Does Better Than Slack Mobile Device Management Office 365 Integration Third Party Integration Tabs In-line Replies Support for 25 Different Languages Security
  29. 29. Memberships and Roles Team owners are able to invite anyone in the organization they work Two roles in Team: • Owner: person who creates the team or assigned the role. Responsible for managing team-wide settings and membership, including invitations • Team member: the people that have been invited to join the team internally or externally <- hey yeah! 
  30. 30. Memberships and Roles (cont.) Team Owner Team Member Create team  - Leave team   Edit team name/description  - Delete team  - Add channel  * Edit channel name/description  * Delete channel  * Add members  ** - Add tabs  * Add connectors  * Add bots  *
  31. 31. Service Administration • Admins have multiple settings that can be enabled or disabled at the tenant level. • With Microsoft Teams enabled for the tenant, any user that is also enabled for Microsoft Teams will inherit the settings from the tenant level. • With guest user license activated you can invite Azure B2B users.
  32. 32. Service Administration Contd… • Enable SP Sharing if you like the Guest users to upload + collaborate on files in Microsoft Teams
  33. 33. Demo on Teams Service Administration
  34. 34. Full functional (nearly) client that can be used from a variety of browsers. Desktop Provide support for audio, video, and content sharing for team meetings, group calling and private one-on-one or private multi-party calls. Mobile Geared at users participating in chat-based conversations while on the go, and currently allows users to have peer to peer audio call. Clients for Microsoft Teams Web
  35. 35. Full functional (nearly) client that can be used from a variety of browsers. Desktop Provide support for audio, video, and content sharing for team meetings, group calling and private one-on-one or private multi-party calls. Mobile Geared at users participating in chat-based conversations while on the go, and currently allows users to have peer to peer audio call. Clients for Microsoft Teams Web https://teams.microsoft.com/downloads
  36. 36. Platform Requirements Web Edge: 12+ Internet Explorer: 11+ Chrome: 51.0+ Firefox: 47.0+ Safari (coming soon) Desktop Windows 7+ (7, 8, 8.1, 10) Both 32 & 64 bit available Mac OSX 10.10+ Mobile Android 4.4+ iOS (iPhone and iPad) 10+ Windows Phone 10.0.10586+
  37. 37. Meetings View Meeting Details Channel Meeting Mobile Meetings – iOS and Android
  38. 38. Microsoft Teams –Demo on Mobile Clients
  39. 39. Teams Structure in Microsoft Teams
  40. 40. Teams • Collection of people, content, and tools surrounding different projects Channels • Dedicated sections within a team to keep conversations organized • Places where everyone on the team can have open conversations • Can be extended with Tabs, Connectors and Bots Structure:
  41. 41. Enabling Microsoft Teams User's mailbox is hosted in: Team and Channel mgmt Create and view meetings Modify user profile picture Add and configure connectors Add and configure tabs & bots Info Protection (eDiscovery) Exchange Online Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Exchange Online Dedicated vNext Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Exchange Online Dedicated – Legacy (Sync to Azure AD required) Yes No No No Yes No Exchange on-premises (Sync to Azure AD required) Yes Exchange 2016 CU3 or later No No Yes No For the full Microsoft Teams experience, every user should be enabled for Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, OneDrive for Business and Office 365 Group creation.
  42. 42. Teams Integration with SharePoint Online:
  43. 43. Teams Integration with OneDrive for Business:
  44. 44. SharePoint SharePoint Online is a required component for Microsoft Teams. If you don't have SharePoint Online enabled in your tenant, Microsoft Teams users are not always able to share files in teams. Users in private chat will not be able to share files because OneDrive for Business is required for that functionality.
  45. 45. Skype for Business Interoperability between Microsoft Teams and Skype for Business is currently available for peer to peer (P2P) instant messaging only. For a Microsoft Teams user to send an IM to a Skype for Business user, the Microsoft Teams user must be enabled with their account homed in Skype for Business Online. Incoming Skype for Business messages can be responded to on the Microsoft Teams client
  46. 46. Microsoft Teams Network Traffic • Microsoft Teams combines three forms of traffic: • Data between the Office 365 online environment and external data sources with the Microsoft Teams client (signalling, presence, chat, file upload and download, and tabs, connectors, and bots connections) • Peer to peer real time communications traffic (audio, video, desktop sharing) • Conferencing real time communications traffic (audio, video, desktop sharing) • To ensure optimal flow, traffic must be allowed to flow both between network sites and Office 365, as well as between the internal network segments (e.g. between sites over the WAN) • If your organization restricts computers on your network from connecting to the Internet, ensure to whitelist the Office 365 URLs and IP address ranges
  47. 47. Microsoft Teams Bandwidth Calculator • Microsoft has created a dedicated site for calculating the potential impact of Microsoft Teams traffic on your LAN, WAN and Internet segments. • Please see http://aka.ms/bwcalc for more details
  48. 48. Network Assessment • Ensure all required URLs and IP addresses are allowed, and the network performance metrics are meeting the requirements for real time media • Conduct network assessment on each site using Skype for Business Network Assessment Tool • Additional documentation on Network Assessment can be referenced from Network Readiness Assessment
  49. 49. Security - Authentication • Microsoft Teams leverages common Office 365 authentication schemes • Cloud Identity • Synchronized Identity • Federated • Modern authentication including multi-factor authentication (MFA)
  50. 50. URLs and Media Stack • Microsoft Teams also provides a calling and meetings experience built on the next generation cloud based infrastructure • These technology investments include Azure-based cloud services for media processing and signaling, H.264 video codec, SILK and Opus audio codec, network resiliency, telemetry and quality diagnostics.
  51. 51. Guest Access
  52. 52. Guest access: Anyone with an Azure Active Directory (AAD) account can be added as a guest in Teams. Guests : Can have any email account (Work accounts e.g. Office 365) Accounts are added and securely managed within Azure AD through Azure AD B2B Collaboration IT admins can quickly and easily view, add, or revoke a guest’s access to the host tenant Are included as part of your Office 365 subscription at no additional cost Are subject to Azure AD & Office 365 service limits
  53. 53. Guest Access Capabilities
  54. 54. Roadmap for Microsoft Teams https://products.office.com/en-us/business/office-365-roadmap • AdminCenterforMicrosoftTeams • PowerShell configuration (in development & testing) • MyTasks app (in development & testing) • Anonymous users join and Lobby experience • Give-Take control of sharing • Recording and Play Back • EDGE & Chrome Web RTC join capabilities • Skype Rooms Systems for Teams • Conference Phones • VTC Interop • User Level Policies
  55. 55. Card for Teams to the reporting dashboard
  56. 56. Office 365 Adoption Content Pack in PowerBI
  57. 57. Audio ( PSTN) Conferencing (Preview)
  58. 58. Meeting Recording
  59. 59. Meeting Playback
  60. 60. Skype Room Systems
  61. 61. Call Quality Diagnostics Portal
  62. 62. Limitations to be aware of in Microsoft Teams  The default maximum number of teams that an Office 365 tenant can have is currently 500,000.  A team can have 100 owners.  You can create up to 100 channels in a Team  A user can create up to 250 teams.  A global admin can create unlimited number of teams.  A team owner can add 999 members to a team.  You won’t be able to search for a team if has been marked as private.  You won’t be able to customize a team if you’re not the owner of it.  You can have up to 20 members in a private chat, including the user who created the chat.  A public team is open for anyone in the organization to join and can have up to 2500 members in it.  The maximum number of people in a meeting is 80.
  63. 63. Business Essentials Business Premium Enterprise E1 Enterprise E3 Enterprise E4 (retired) Education Education Plus Education E3 (retired) Enterprise E5 Education E5 Licensing for Microsoft Teams:
  64. 64. Microsoft Teams License Assignment By default, Microsoft Teams license is enabled for all users assigned with the eligible Office 365 subscriptions
  65. 65. Recent Momentum
  66. 66. Customer Support • Enable continuous knowledge sharing between shifts • Provide visibility into customer escalations • Search for solutions across conversations • Speed up issue resolution with various subject matter experts Get guidance on these and other scenarios in the FastTrack Productivity Library Engineering • Enable continuous discussion across a distributed team • Discuss ideas and requirements, gather inputs in the open • Store standard documentation and files • Integrate with developer tools like Jira Finance • Prepare earnings release with cross- functional stakeholders • Streamline data consolidation and analysis • Store budgeting documentation and files • Share economic trends and news Human Resources • Drive alignment on job descriptions and streamline interview processes • Plan and prepare new employee onboarding • Engage distributed employees in training • Share department resources and documentation Marketing • Coordinate campaigns and event tasks • Share the latest content drafts for feedback • Get automated reports from analytics tools • Prepare marketing launch across multiple stakeholders Sales • Get quick answers from PMs and Sales Ops • Share key customer wins • Get lead notifications and deal mentions • Share latest company, product and competitor news Operations & Project Management • Streamline project communication and tools • Provide status updates, get feedback, coordinate tasks • Share files and collaborate on deliverables • Get new project members up to speed quickly
  67. 67. Introduction to Microsoft Teams Architecture of Microsoft Teams Demo on Microsoft Teams Organizing your Team in Microsoft Teams Microsoft Teams Clients Planning the implementation of Microsoft Teams What to expect with Teams replacing SfB Roadmap Use cases
  68. 68. Useful Reference articles for Teams https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoftteams/microsoft-teams https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoftteams/teams-overview https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Teams-and-channels-df38ae23-8f85-46d3-b071-cb11b9de5499 https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Video-Teams-and-channels-c3d63c10-77d5-4204-a566-53ddcf723b46 https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoftteams/teams-channels-overview https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoftteams/journey-skypeforbusiness-teams
  69. 69. Resources to Learn More https://aka.ms/SuccessWithTeams Your hub for all things Microsoft Teams including vision, practical onboarding guidance, success stories, and support. https://FastTrack.microsoft.com Assistance for customers to realize their vision with Microsoft cloud services Resource Link Office Blog https://aka.ms/OfficeBlog Office Roadmap https://aka.ms/OfficeRoadmap Product Help Known Issues List https://aka.ms/TeamsSupport https://aka.ms/TeamsKnownIssues Team Developer Hub https://TeamsDeveloper
  70. 70. Conclusion:  Microsoft Teams is designed to provide an easier way for small groups of people to communicate and collaborate.  The de facto approach of communicating via group emails and sharing files via a patchwork of different services is difficult—or so goes Microsoft's rationale—with the potential for missed messages and files. This is the problem Teams is designed to solve.  A product like Teams is not just meant for collaboration but also to get your work done in a smarter way  Of course , there are few more players in the market such as Slack & Atlassian’s Hip chat but Teams always stands ahead of all these products because of its great integration and extensibility capabilities .  A product like Microsoft Teams is definitely a must have in modern era where we all like to get our work done on the fly  .
  71. 71. Thank You!

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