New World Of SharePoint 2010 Administration Oleson


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The New World of SharePoint 2010 Administration: A day in the life of the SharePoint 2010 Admin. This presentation takes the overview down a few notches to get into the impact of the new features as it relates to administration. From powershell to health and service architectures.

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  • No more SSP?
  • Best Practice Analyzer runs on a timer job with configurable rules.
  • Backup and Restore options are more flexibleGranular data recoveryRecover from unattached content DB (Don’t need to restore an entire content DB to get just one document or list item back)Uses the Content Deployment API (I think).
  • 1.Upgrade is more flexible – let’s you upgrade one site at a time. 2. Doesn’t force upgrade of the MOSS 2007 user experience/look and feel/branding.3.Can preview before committing upgrade.
  • Doing away with the 2000 recommendations and leaving it up to the server admins to throttle as needed. Probably b/c of improved handling of queries, AJAX, and 64-bit server requirements. List throttling controls forces end users to create more efficient views with < x number of items. Better manage system resources.
  • 1. Developer Dashboard shows information about backend interactions caused by your code. 2. Provides diagnostic performance insight.
  • All logs and usage reporting is now stored in a content database instead of on the file system. Gives developers the flexibility to extend and create prettier reports.
  • New World Of SharePoint 2010 Administration Oleson

    1. The New World of SharePoint 2010 Administration<br />Joel Oleson<br />Sr. Architect<br />Quest Software<br /><br />@joeloleson<br />
    2. Microsoft SharePoint 2010The Business Collaboration Platform for the Enterprise and the Web<br />Sites<br />Connect and Empower People<br />Communities<br />Composites<br />Cut Costs with a Unified Infrastructure<br />Content<br />Insights<br />Rapidly Respond to Business Needs<br />Search<br />
    3. You asked for…<br />Ability to Recover a file from the database…<br />Control over list sizes…<br />Better Disaster Recovery…<br />Easier to Manage…<br />Easier to Host…<br />More Insight and Extensible Reporting…<br />Health Management…<br />
    4. Agenda<br />A Day in the Life of A SharePoint Admin<br />Planning – Services, Hosting, Authentication, Mirroring<br />Operating – Throttling, Reporting, Improved Central Admin UI <br />Maintenance – Powershell, Import, Export, Unattached Recovery<br />Optimization – Performance, Health Rules, Dev Dashboard!<br />
    5. Planning Architecture Changes<br />Search architecture changes – FAST!<br />Better Search Scalability<br />Redundant for Indexing – Integrated no longer single point of failure<br />DB changes <br />SSP -&gt; Service Apps<br />Office Web Apps<br />Tennant Admin<br />Claims based authentication<br />
    6. Improved Central Admin UI<br />Contextual<br />Ribbon <br />Server 2008 Style UI<br />Easier to find.<br />
    7. New Databases<br />
    8. SharePoint Best Practices Analyzer<br />Overview<br />Timer Based Scheduled Rules Check<br />Category based <br />Ability to self heal and take action automatically!<br />Example: Daily fix fragmented databases<br />
    9. Health Rules<br />Health Rules Runs on a Timer Job<br />Create your own!<br />Repair Auto-magically!<br />
    10. Maintenance<br />Import/Export Lists<br />Backup a site collection with Central Admin<br />Recover from an unattached content database<br />Config backup<br />500+ PowershellCommandlets to do essentially anything, and extensible for those they didn’t think of…<br />
    11. Migration Comparisons…<br />
    12. Powershell Your New Best Friend<br />Best way to learn powershell & SharePoint… get-help cmdlet-full<br />commandlet -?<br />get-help get-SP* <br />get-help *Add*<br />get-help *site*<br />get-help new-SPSite-examples<br />–examples<br />-full<br />More than twice as commands many as STSADM!<br />
    13. Granular Restore/Export Options<br />
    14. Insight on Upgrade<br />Binary Upgrade<br />In Place (New Continue on failures)<br />Database Attach (new! parallel)<br />No Gradual Upgrade (Side by Side Installation)<br />Visual Upgrade<br />Delegation<br />
    15. Less Abrasive Upgrade Process<br />Enables compatibility check before committing. <br />
    16. Performance<br />Large List throttling - web app level control how users query and view data, set throttle controls on number of items returned<br />Developer Dashboard – Identify slow and resource intensive components on any page where they are rendered DB queries<br />SharePoint Workspace – Differencing Algorithm<br />
    17. Large List Throttling<br />Configurable List Throttling<br />And Thresholds<br />You control when and how much!<br />List throttling controls forces end users to create more efficient views with &lt; x number of items. <br />
    18. Better Management of Dev Resources…<br />Sandboxing<br />Dev Dashboard (Really not just for devs)<br />Consistent 64 bit Dev and Prod<br />
    19. Turn on the Developer Dashboard<br />STSADM<br />C:Program FilesCommon FilesMicrosoft SharedWeb Server Extensions14BIN&gt;stsadm -o setproperty -pn developer-dashboard -pvondemand<br />Powershell<br />Run Powershell from the start menu as administrator by right clicking.<br />Execute a Dashboard.ps1 script file containing this:<br /> <br />$ddSettings = [Microsoft.SharePoint.Administration.SPWebService]::ContentService.DeveloperDashboardSettings;<br />$ddSettings.DisplayLevel = ‘OnDemand’;<br />$ddSettings.RequiredPermissions =’EmptyMask’;<br />$ddSettings.TraceEnabled = $true;<br />$ddSettings.Update()<br /> <br />Display Options = “On”, &quot;Off&quot; or &quot;OnDemand&quot;<br />
    20. Web Part Performance Dashboards<br />
    21. Reporting & Troubleshooting<br />Usage Reporting & Logging - enhancements and extensibility<br />
    22. Logging Database<br />CA &gt; Monitoring &gt; Configure Diag Logging <br />Powershell turn on Logging levels:<br />In PowerShell/OM you can configure the level of logging as well as specific events:<br /> <br />$prov=Get-SPDiagnosticsProvider job-diagnostics-uls-provider<br />$prov.ExcludedEventIDs=…<br />$prov.IncludedEventIDs=…<br />$prov.Level=…<br />
    23. Logs & Reporting to the DB<br />Extensibility for reporting and possibilities are limitless<br />
    24. Credits<br />Screenshot Contributions: Henry Ong<br />
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