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    1. 1. From SharePoint Foundation to SharePoint Server<br />Daniel Cohen-Dumani<br />Portal Solutions<br />Welcome to SharePoint Saturday – Washington DC<br />
    2. 2. Welcome to SharePoint Saturday – Washington DC<br />Thank you for being a part of the largest SharePoint Saturday ever!<br />Please turn off all electronic devices or set them to vibrate.<br />If you must take a phone call, please do so in the hall so as not to disturb others.<br />Open wireless access will time out after 40 minutes<br />Feel free to “tweet and blog” during the session<br />Thanks to our Platinum Sponsors:<br />
    3. 3. Agenda<br /><ul><li>Little bit about me
    4. 4. Some history
    5. 5. Introduction to SharePoint Foundation
    6. 6. Introduction to SharePoint Server
    7. 7. Introduction to SharePoint Online
    8. 8. What are the differences
    9. 9. What to use and when
    10. 10. Packaging and Licensing
    11. 11. Questions</li></li></ul><li>Little about me<br /><ul><li>I was born and raised in Switzerland and move to the US in 1997
    12. 12. I have four kids
    13. 13. I founded my company in 2001 (right when SharePoint came out)
    14. 14. I love to educate customers and partners on what SharePoint an do for them
    15. 15. I have seen SharePoint grew from “nobody wanted to talk about it” to “I don’t think there is any other alternative”</li></li></ul><li> A little bit of history<br />Content Management CMS Server 2002<br />FAST<br />SharePoint Portal Server 2003<br />Windows SharePoint Services “v2”<br />PPS<br />SharePoint Team Services “v1”<br />SharePoint Portal Server 2001<br />2010<br />SharePoint Server 2010 “SPS 2010”<br />Tagging, Services, FAST, PPS,Internetand More<br />SharePoint Foundation “v4” SPF<br />2007<br />Office SharePoint Server 2007<br />Portal, Web Content Management, and More<br />Windows SharePoint Services “v3”<br />2003<br />2001<br />
    16. 16. Microsoft SharePoint 2010<br />Sites<br />Communities<br />Composites<br />Content<br />Insights<br />Search<br />
    17. 17. <ul><li>Core Workloads
    18. 18. Intranet
    19. 19. Internal employees
    20. 20. Extranet
    21. 21. Customers
    22. 22. Partners
    23. 23. Members
    24. 24. Vendors
    25. 25. Internet
    26. 26. Anonymous users</li></ul>SharePoint-The Core Workloads<br />
    27. 27. 2010 is a Big Release<br />SharePoint Server 2010<br />SharePoint Foundation 2010<br />Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007<br />WSS V3.0<br />SharePoint Portal Server 2003<br />WSS V2.0<br />SharePoint Portal Server 2001<br />Team Services<br /><br />
    28. 28. What is SharePoint Foundation<br />SharePoint Foundation (Formerly known as “WSS”) is an extension to Windows Server <br />A good foundation to enable team based collaboration and entry level document management<br />Allow decentralized web site provisioning and management<br />It is free (virtually)<br />
    29. 29. SharePoint Foundation – High level features<br />Offer the basic capabilities to create sites to engage employees, partners, customers both inside and outside the firewall<br />Easy to use<br />Delegated administration to end users<br />Core Document Management capabilities<br />Core List Management capabilities<br />Core Collaborations features (Wikis, Blogs, Team Site, Meeting workspaces, browser based collaboration<br />Basic Connectivity Services “BCS”, external lists<br />
    30. 30. SharePoint Foundation 2010<br />Ribbon UI<br />SharePoint Workspace<br />SharePoint Mobile<br />Office Client<br />Office Web App Integration<br />Standards Support<br />Business Connectivity Services<br />External Lists<br />Workflow<br />SharePoint Designer<br />Visual Studio<br />API Enhancements<br />REST/ATOM/RSS<br />Sites<br />Communities<br />Composites<br />Blogs and Wikis<br />Content<br />Insights<br />Search<br />
    31. 31. SharePoint FOUNDATION DEMO<br />Ribbon UI<br />Site Editing Wikis/Blogs<br />Silverlight Web Part<br />Theming<br />
    32. 32. What to be aware of?<br />SharePoint storage relies on Microsoft SQL Server. In 2010, new option to use Remote Blob Storage<br />Backup and Restore is integrated with the product<br />Number of sites can grow quickly and become difficult to control and access<br />Search is limited<br />May 15, 2010<br />May 15, 2010<br />13<br />
    33. 33. What is SharePoint Server<br /><ul><li>An extension of SharePoint Foundation
    34. 34. Lots of additional services
    35. 35. Extend SharePoint Foundation for
    36. 36. Content Management Publishing Infrastructure
    37. 37. People and Social Infrastructure
    38. 38. My site, feeds, social bookmarking
    39. 39. Profile and expertise, organization browser
    40. 40. Enterprise Search (FAST integration, social relevance)
    41. 41. Enterprise Management (tagging, taxonomy, …)
    42. 42. Lots of additional services</li></li></ul><li>SharePoint Server 2010<br />Ribbon UI<br />SharePoint Workspace<br />SharePoint Mobile<br />Office Client<br />Office Web App Integration<br />Standards Support<br />Business Connectivity Services<br />InfoPath Form Services<br />External Lists<br />Workflow<br />SharePoint Designer<br />Visual Studio<br />API Enhancements<br />REST/ATOM/RSS<br />Sites<br />Blogs and Wikis<br />Tagging, Tag Cloud, Ratings<br />Social Bookmarking<br />My Sites<br />Activity Feeds<br />Profiles and Expertise<br />Org Browser<br />Communities<br />Composites<br />PerformancePoint Services<br />Excel Services<br />Chart Web Part<br />Visio Services<br />Web Analytics<br />SQL Server Integration<br />PowerPivot<br />Content<br />Insights<br />Enterprise Content Types<br />Metadata and Navigation<br />Document Sets<br />Multi-stage Disposition<br />Audio and Video Content Types<br />Remote Blob Storage<br />List Enhancements<br />Social Relevance<br />Phonetic Search<br />Navigation<br />FAST Integration<br />Enhanced Pipeline<br />Search<br />
    43. 43. The basic capabilities required to use SharePoint sites to engage employees, partners and customers in an effective manner, both inside and outside the firewall<br />Most of the features found SharePoint Foundation<br />What are Sites?<br />
    44. 44. SharePoint Sites<br />Easy site editing, including theming & branding<br />Office Ribbon UI for faster training & adoption<br />Rich offline experience with SharePoint Workspace<br />Rich User Experience<br />Anywhere Access<br />Mobile-based interaction with people and content<br />Read-write web access using Office Web Application<br />Cross-browser support for maximized participation<br />Single Platform<br />Collaboration across Intranet, Extranet & Internet<br />Improved interoperability with standards support<br />Out-of-box accessibility compliance for WCAG 2.0 <br />
    45. 45. Communities<br />
    46. 46. The ability to easily access expertise and interact with other people in new and creative ways across the enterprise through both formal and informal networks<br />In previous version of SharePoint “Collaboration”<br />What are Communities?<br />
    47. 47. SharePoint Communities<br />Promote sharing with easy social authoring<br />Easily navigate resources with pervasive tagging<br />Find better answers faster via user feedback<br />Informal Knowledge<br />Social Connections<br />Connecting users through enhanced profiles<br />Staying up-to-date using news feeds and alerts<br />Make expertise discovery easy across the enterprise<br />Participation Anywhere<br />Work with peers whether online or offline<br />Collaborate on the go through the mobile UI<br />Enrich existing applications with social context<br />
    48. 48. Enhanced!<br />Status Updates<br />Org Chart<br />Activity Feeds<br />Tags & Notes<br />Ask me about<br />My Sites and Profiles<br />
    49. 49. New! <br />Tag items with keywords<br />Rate list items<br />Note Board<br />Tags, Notes & Ratings<br />
    50. 50. Improved!<br />What you’d expect from a blog<br />Better navigation for Wikis<br />Blogs & Wikis<br />
    51. 51.<br />Content<br />
    52. 52. The facilities for the creation, review, publication and disposal of content including conforming to defined compliance rules, whether the content exists as traditional documents or as Web pages.  SharePoint 2010’s content-management capabilities include document management, records management, and Web-content management.  <br />In SharePoint 2007 “Content Management”<br />What is Content?<br />
    53. 53. SharePoint Content<br />Intuitive interaction with content through Office<br />Fast discovery using content metadata and tagging<br />Rapid creation and publishing of web content<br />User-centric<br />Flexibility and Compliance<br />Pervasive records management and legal holds<br />Enterprise-wide taxonomies and folksonomies<br />Cross-farm policies and rules for all content types<br />Management Efficiency<br />Metadata and tagging managed by same services<br />Less storage and bandwidth for Office & binary content<br />Interoperability framework to link legacy repositories <br />
    54. 54. Centrally defined taxonomy/terms:<br />Now available across site collections:<br />Content Types<br />Site Columns<br />Unique Document IDs<br />Metadata Navigation<br />Metadata<br />
    55. 55. New Media Web Part<br />Easily add video/audio<br />Upload or find content instead of copy & pasting URLs<br />Video Streaming<br />
    56. 56. Manage multiple documents at once<br />Can be managed as a content type<br />DocumentSets<br />
    57. 57. Available after activating site feature<br />Supports renaming and moving of content based on content type/properties<br />Rule-based routing:<br />Document Routing<br />
    58. 58. Search<br />
    59. 59. <ul><li>Quickly and easily locate relevant content across SharePoint lists, sites and external systems and data sources, such as: file shares, Web sites or line-of-business applications.    </li></ul>What is Search?<br />
    60. 60. SharePoint Search<br />Improved relevance based on usage and history<br />Rich results-navigators for shorter search time<br />Support for 400+ content types and 85 languages<br />Better Answers, Faster<br />Knowledge Amplification<br />Phonetic and multi-lingual for global relevance<br />Social connections driven by interests and expertise <br />Secure access to content, whether internal or external<br />Enterprise Deployment<br />Improved scale to meet any demand volume<br />Deployment-specific tuning for best results<br />Search-driven applications to enrich platform<br />
    61. 61. *.wildcard<br />About time.<br />Wildcard Searching<br />
    62. 62. Search Result Refinement (AKA: facetted search)<br />Related Searches<br />Search People<br />Previews / Thumbnails (with FAST)<br />Sort on Social Distance<br />Improved Search Results<br />
    63. 63.<br />Insights<br />
    64. 64. Information workers need the ability to not only rapidly deliver and share information that is critical to the success of the business but also to turn raw data into actionable conclusions and to drive business results through sharing data-driven analysis.   <br />In previous version called “Business Intelligence”<br />What are Insights?<br />
    65. 65. PowerPivot, Excel Services<br />PerformancePoint Services<br />Chart Web Part<br />Business Connectivity Services<br />The New BDC<br />Two-way updates!<br />Lots of new capabilities<br />
    66. 66.<br />Composites<br />
    67. 67. Capabilities to allow business users to quickly create customized solutions without involving their IT team but with the IT staff ensuring the environment’s stability and availability.    <br />What are Composites?<br />
    68. 68. Open BCS entities with Office Client Apps (ex: Outlook contacts)<br />Create with SharePoint Designer or Visual Studio<br />InfoPath Services<br />Access Services<br />Visio Services<br />InfoPath Services<br />External Lists (and Office Client Integration)<br />
    69. 69. Quick Demo<br />Content organizer<br />Large Document Store<br />Customizing List with InfoPath<br />
    70. 70. Three Tiers: Enterprise, Standard and Foundation<br />Sites<br />Communities<br />Content<br />Search<br />Insights<br />Composites<br /><ul><li>SharePoint Server 2010 for Internet Sites, Enterprise includes Enterprise CAL features
    71. 71. SharePoint Server 2010 for Internet Sites, Standard includes Standard CAL features; </li></li></ul><li>What to use, when<br />More info:<br />
    72. 72. Application Architecture<br />Client Apps<br />SharePoint Server<br />SharePoint Service Applications<br />Project Server<br />2010<br />Browsers (IE, Fire Fox)<br />PowerPoint Broadcast Service<br />Search Service<br />Project Web Access<br />Office Client<br />Excel Calc Service<br />Web Analytics Service<br />OneNote<br />FAST 2010 <br />Office Web App Service<br />3rd Party<br />Services..<br />FAST Search Service<br />User Profiles<br />Visio Graphics Service<br />InfoPath<br />Business<br />Connection Service<br />Access Service<br />Project<br />InfoPath <br />Service<br />Managed Metadata<br />Outlook <br />Word Conversion Service<br />PerformancePoint<br />RSS Viewers<br />SharePoint Foundation<br />SharePoint Workspace<br />Sandboxed Code Service<br />Usage & Health Logging<br />SharePoint Designer<br />Visio<br />Content<br />Config<br />Workflow<br />Access<br />
    73. 73. The 2010 PackagingSpanning Intranet, Internet, and Extranet scenarios, with specialty servers for Enterprise Search <br />Intranet<br />Internet/Extranet<br />Enterprise Client Access License (CAL)Standard Client Access License (CAL)<br />New<br />High-End Search<br />New<br />New<br />New<br />Enabling Technologies<br />
    74. 74. SharePoint Online<br />Bringing SharePoint Server 2010’s business collaboration platform capabilities to the cloud<br />Intranet<br />Internet/Extranet<br />Enterprise User Subscription License (USL)<br />Standard User Subscription License (USL)<br />Deskless User Subscription License (USL)<br /> Internet Sites Offer<br /> Partner Access Offer<br />New<br />New<br />New<br />Moving towards parity between on-premises and online<br />Parity in features and scenarios enabled<br />Introducing: Enterprise USL, Internet Sites, and Partner Access offers<br />Not yet available estimated Q4 2010<br />
    75. 75. What we have learned<br /><ul><li>For small deployment or jumpstart, deploy SharePoint Foundation and upgrade to SharePoint Server later
    76. 76. For extranet deployment consider SharePoint Foundation only. SharePoint Server for Internet sites (“extranet”) licenses are expensive (per server)
    77. 77. Create a road-map with business stakeholders
    78. 78. Deploy incrementally
    79. 79. Consider the right version for the right need
    80. 80. Expect and plan for growth (and disaster recovery)
    81. 81. SharePoint Server learning curve is steep (there are so many new capabilities and services)</li></ul>48<br />
    82. 82. Summary<br />If you are responsible for your implementing SharePoint, make sure you know what version you have licensed<br />SharePoint Foundation is free “almost”, leverage those capabilities in an extranet scenario<br />
    83. 83. Thank you<br />My contact information<br /><br />@dcohendumani<br /><br /><br />
    84. 84. Ongoing Activities<br />Remember to visit the Exhibit Hall<br />Play Sponsor Bingo to be eligible for raffle prizes at the closing session!<br />Visit the SharePoint Users’ Groups in the Lower Gallery and meet the Booth Babes!<br />Talk with other SharePoint professionals in the Upper Gallery for “Ask the Experts”<br />Watch a webcast of free Microsoft training in the Gymnasium<br />
    85. 85. Thanks to our Sponsors<br />