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  1. 1. Planning Considerations for SharePoint 2013
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  6. 6. Michael Hinckley8
  7. 7. Services GovernanceAgenda10
  8. 8. Business Challenges11Islands ofinformation andapplicationsSlow responsivenessto business anduser needsCostly customdevelopment andmaintenancePoor sharing insideand outside theorganizationDifficult to find theright content, dataand peopleIncreasedinformationmanagement riskStrategy
  9. 9. Map Requirements to Business Challenges12Business GoalsBusiness ProblemConceptual DesignSharePoint BusinessServices RequiredProducts RequiredBusiness SolutionBusiness User IdentificationLogical ArchitecturePhysical ArchitectureSuggested Customizations
  10. 10. What you will need to captureArchitectureHard wareSoftware licenseDatabases , where, limitsService ApplicationsService Accounts13Information ArchitectureWhat is stuff calledHow should it group or categorizedName relevanceWho uses itWho shouldn’t see itSite Collection OwnersSolution ArchitectureWhat it will look likeHow it worksHow it FlowsTo who, from who with whoService ApplicationsWho installs / change management
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  14. 14. Microsoft SharePoint 2013 Design Manager Device Channels Cross-site publishing Friendly URLs Search EngineOptimization Managed Navigation Content Search Web Part Analysis Engine18 PowerPivot add-in Excel Services Quick Explore Quick Analysis Self-service BI Power View PerformancePointServices Visio Services Autocomplete People and expertisesearch Recommendations Intent-driven search Document deep links Hover cards Query rules Custom content sources OOB connectors Microblogging Activity feeds Outlook social connector Communities Discussions Content categories Guest sharing Person cards Yammer Newsfeeds SkyDrive Pro Site Mailboxes Record management Taxonomic navigation Discovery Center Central management
  15. 15. Application Architecture19
  16. 16. Topologies20
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  20. 20. Databases24
  21. 21. Good taxonomy leads to25
  22. 22. AudioCamerasComputersHome appliancesPhonesTV and videoTERM STORENAVIGATION TAXONOMYSearchFilter query byCATEGORY: COMPUTERSFriendly URL pagemaincategory.aspxCONTENT SEARCH WEB PARTManaged navigation, search and topic pages
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  24. 24. SharePoint Server 2013
  25. 25. It’s the Money!!
  26. 26. According to Microsoft the lowest level SharePoint certified grunt is as follows:The minimally qualified candidate typically: Is an IT administrator who implements and maintains SharePoint Onlineor an on-premise deployment of SharePoint 2010 Service Pack 1 Windows Server 2008 (infrastructure and security) Windows PowerShell 2.0 and command-line administration. Is proficient with IIS 7.0, DNS, Active Directory Domain Services Active Directory Federation Services 2.0. Basic Single sign-on (SSO) Microsoft SQL Server 2008 as these technologies relate to SharePoint. Data backup, restoration, and high availability. Oh, AND SHAREPOINT……….Source: 2013 is Getting Serious……..
  27. 27. Get Assimilated Videos
  28. 28. Stay Current Newly published content for SharePoint Server 2013• Review every Thursday!!•• ever drunk from a fire hose??February 18, 2013
  29. 29. The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read andwrite, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn. ~ Alvin Toffler
  30. 30. Alphabet Soup MOS – Microsoft Office Specialist MCTS – Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (Being Retired 2015) MCITP – Microsoft Certified IT Professional (Being Retired 2015) MCPD – Microsoft Certified Professional Developer being replaced with MCSD – Microsoft Certified Solution Developer MCSA - Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate MCSE - Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert MCM – Microsoft Certified Master being replaced with MCSM – Microsoft Certified Solutions Master MCA – Microsoft Certified Architect
  31. 31.  Exam 77-245 Certification becomes available July 13, 2013 Office Specialist: SharePoint 2013
  32. 32. Certification Food ChainMCSM(90)MCSD MCSEMCSAMCSA (5)
  33. 33. MCSAMicrosoft Certified Solutions AssociateCredit Towards:MCSE: Server InfrastructureMCSE: Desktop Infrastructure
  34. 34. MCSEMicrosoft Certified Solutions Expert
  35. 35. MCSDMicrosoft Certified ProfessionalDeveloper
  36. 36. . Net Developers• Developers do not want to work within a Product• Most developers do not want to be end userfocused• Risk Reinventing the wheelSharePoint developer’s focus• Requirements gathering• Technical and business decision making:• Training• End-to-end delivery
  37. 37. First attempt at Exam 88-943: MCSM: SharePoint Knowledge ExamFirst attempt at Exam 88-944: MCSM: SharePoint Lab Exam =+MCSMMicrosoft Certified Solutions Master
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  40. 40.  Governance teams review & proactively act based on usage data and business needs. Business users are assured of protected data, & security model is known and enforced. (SLAs) are in place, platform performance is good, and any custom code is well tested. Sites are systematically introduced using governance policy approved site templates. Growth of the server farms, servers, and storage is predictable. Describe how SharePoint 2013 can be used to support governance and control in theareas identified including areas of where SharePoint can automate governanceGovernance is properly implemented if…44
  41. 41. Business Objectives and Technical StrategyNeeded verbiage are borrowed from Roadmap and VisionTeam delineationIdentifies each role’s duties and the corresponding team member and contact informationInfrastructureIncludes all the information about the design and configuration of the deployment. Initiallythis will serve as a baseline and a point of reference to the deployment. It will grow andcontinue to change as the environment scales.Disaster RecoveryAll policies, procedures and contact information dealing with recoveryGovernance PoliciesEvery policy detailed and identified as well as which role is to perform it’s task(s) for allenvironments from Development, Testing, UAT to ProductionTraining PlanGovernance Plan
  42. 42. On Premise Governance Committee Roles1. System Administrator2. Backup Administrator3. SharePoint Farm Administrator4. SQL Administrator5. Active Directory Resources6. Enterprise Site Collections Admin7. Enterprise Security Admin8. Site Owner (Team Sites)9. Site Owner (Publishing)10. Contributor11. Reader12. Developer13. Product Management14. Program Management15. Information Architecture16. Tester17. User Experience
  43. 43. End Users47It’s all about coaching and trainingthe end user!
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  49. 49.  @SPS_ATL #SPSATL speaker sponsorSession Prizes1 4 $25 gift cards2 4 $25 gift cards3 4 $25 gift cards4 4 $25 gift cards5 4 $25 gift cards
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