SharePoint 2010 Content Types Model SP Saturday NZ 2010

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This model is an important information asset for the operational management of Content Types. As new SharePoint based solutions and information needs are identified across the organisation this model must be used to design and define how additions and changes to the model happen to support the constant evolution of the SharePoint Platform and the information managed within it. I continue to use and refine this Model and look forward to presenting and sharing it with more people who may find value from it also.

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SharePoint 2010 Content Types Model SP Saturday NZ 2010

  1. 1. SharePoint Saturday NZ – Content Types Model December 10th 2010 Mark Orange – Director, Strategy & Innovation
  2. 2. Copyright NoticeKnowledge Cue - Content Type Framework byKnowledge Cue is licensed under a CreativeCommons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.Based on a work at www.knowledgecue.com.
  3. 3. Session Agenda• Content• Content Types• Content Types Model
  4. 4. SharePoint - PlatformSharePoint Server Client Apps FAST Search Service
  5. 5. SharePoint - Platform
  6. 6. SharePoint - Platform
  7. 7. SharePoint - Platform
  8. 8. Content TypesThe fundamental building blocks for managing information and data within SharePoint
  9. 9. What vs. Where
  10. 10. Site Content Types GalleryBook ReportContent ContentType Type
  11. 11. Content Types Parent Type • Client Code • Business Unit • Security Clearance Contract Policy Presentation• Effective Date • Effective Date • Effective Date• Lawyer • Lawyer • Lawyer• Client Code • Client Code • Client Code• Business Unit • Business Unit • Business Unit• Security • Security • Security Clearance Clearance Clearance
  12. 12. Content Types General Manager General Manager General Manager Office A Office B Office C• Contracts • Contracts • Contracts• Policies • Policies • Policies• Presentations • Presentations • Presentations
  13. 13. Content Types Office A Office B Office CLegal Team • Contracts • Contracts • Contracts HR • Policies • Policies • PoliciesMarketing • Presentations • Presentations • Presentations
  14. 14. Content Types Document Library Document Library Document Library Office A Office B Office CContent Type • Contracts • Contracts • ContractsContent Type • Policies • Policies • PoliciesContent Type • Presentations • Presentations • Presentations
  15. 15. Content TypesContent Types apply rules and behaviors based on what an item is Lists and libraries apply rules and behaviors based on where an item is
  16. 16. Content Types ModelThe aim of this SharePoint Content Types Model is to illustrate and describe the relationships,context, and purpose of all Content Types withinthe different layers of the Enterprise SharePoint Platform.This model is an important information asset forthe operational management of Content Types.
  17. 17. The Model: Layers Site Layer Solution Layer Platform Layer System Layer
  18. 18. The System LayerOwned and managed by: MicrosoftThe generic foundation elements of SharePoint that are createdby the Microsoft development team that builds the SharePointproduct. These are the elements that are automaticallyprovisioned when SharePoint is installed in any organisation.The Platform Layer is created and managed by an organisationand extends the System Layer to provide the organisationspecific SharePoint Platform elements.
  19. 19. The Platform LayerOwned and managed by: Architecture and DevelopmentThe global elements that are configured or developed for BNZthat are consumed by solutions that are built on the platform orintegrate with the platform.As existing solutions evolve and new solutions are created newglobal elements will be identified as part of the solution designthat need to be provisioned and managed as part of the PlatformLayer.
  20. 20. The Solution LayerOwned and managed by: Architecture and DevelopmentThe elements that are configured and developed for specificbusiness solutions that are deployed on the platform. Thesesolutions are usually developed by a Project team and thenhanded over to the operations team on completion of theproject and the solution.A critical part of the solution design process is to identifyelements within a solution that will consume Platform Layerelements, extend Platform Layer elements, are new PlatformLayer elements needed, or new solution specific elements
  21. 21. The Site LayerOwned and managed by: Operations team and Site OwnersThe elements that are provisioned and configured for a specificSharePoint Site Collection and/or SharePoint Site that is beingused by business users on the SharePoint platform.Sites are the end user experience of the SharePoint platform andthe solutions delivered upon it. A critical part of provisioning asite is understanding, communicating, and managing the type ofsite it is within the organisation, relative to the type of solutionand the platform.
  22. 22. Copyright NoticeKnowledge Cue - Content Type Framework byKnowledge Cue is licensed under a CreativeCommons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.Based on a work at www.knowledgecue.com.
  23. 23. Thank you..• mark@knowledgecue.com for any questions and feedback on today• Do you want to work with us?• sharepoint@knowledgecue.com

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