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Introduction to sharepoint 2010


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Introduction to sharepoint 2010

  1. 1. Introduction to SharePoint 2010 Sachchin
  2. 2. Agenda Introduction Architecture and Topology of SharePoint Core SharePoint Terminology Rich Features of SharePoint
  3. 3. Introduction  With everyone connected via internal networks and externally with the Internet, more organizations are using Web sites — both inside and outside their organizations.  Think about where you work. Your company probably has at least one Web site on the Internet, and probably several more.  Web sites have some really great things to offer. They’re standardsbased, which means it’s easy for them to talk to each other. They’re easy to search.  Web sites helps you be more productive at work. Not just you, but also your colleagues, Business Units etc.  Do you know how to create Web pages? Do you know how to create links from one page to the other? Do you know how to configure a Web site for search and document storage? With SharePoint, you can do all these things without much efforts.
  4. 4. What is SharePoint ? Officially, Microsoft represents SharePoint 2010 as a business collaboration platform for the Enterprise and Web. SharePoint is a set of different solutions from Microsoft that allows businesses to meet their diverse needs in the following domains:  Collaboration: Use SharePoint’s collaboration sites for activities, such as managing projects or coordinating a request for proposal.  Social networking: If you work in a large company, you can use SharePoint as a Facebook for the Enterprise experience that helps you track your favorite coworkers and locate people in expertise networks.  Information portals and public websites: With SharePoint’s Web content management features, you can create useful self-service internal portals and intranets, or you can create visually appealing Web sites that are actually easy for your business users to maintain.
  5. 5.  Enterprise content management: SharePoint offers excellent document and record-management capabilities, including extensive support for metadata and customized search experiences.  Business intelligence: SharePoint is an ideal platform for providing entree into your Organization's business analytic assets. You can use dashboards that allow users to get the big picture at a glance and then drill down to get more detail.  Business applications: Use SharePoint to host sophisticated business applications, integrate business processes, backend databases and your SharePoint content, or simply use SharePoint as the means to present access to your applications.
  6. 6. SharePoint as a: Web Platform Collaboration Platform Search Provider Presentation Layer Development Platform Social Networking
  7. 7. SharePoint 2010 helps you to:  Deliver the best productivity experience by letting people work together in ways that are most effective for them. Whether through the PC, browser, or mobile phone, SharePoint Server 2010 offers an intuitive and familiar user experience and enables people to collaborate effectively within the their current work context.  Cut costs with a unified infrastructure that offers enterprise-scale manageability and availability. Whether deployed on-premises or as hosted services, SharePoint Server 2010 offers an intuitive and familiar user experience and enables people to collaborate effectively within the their current work context.  Rapidly respond to business needs with dynamic and easily deployed solutions. Whether it’s an end user, a power user or a professional developer, SharePoint Server 2010 offers an intuitive and familiar user experience and enables people to collaborate effectively within the their current work context.
  8. 8. SharePoint Strategies : SharePoint  Intranet Internal employees Extranet Customers/Partners Intranet Extranet Internet  Internet External web users
  9. 9. Architecture and Topology  WFE – Tier This server (also known as a front-end Web server) hosts all Web pages, Web Parts, and Web services used when your server farm receives a request for processing.  Application Services – Tier This server hosts applications services that are shared across sites within a farm or some service applications can be shared across multiple farms.  Database/SQL – Tier This server stores most of the data associated with a SharePoint including configuration settings, administration information, data associated with the service applications, and user content.
  10. 10. SharePoint Tiers
  11. 11. Topologies for SharePoint 2010 Small Single Server Farm  All roles on one server Or All Web and Application server roles on one server  All in one - used for evaluation Or users < 100 Small Two Tier Farm WFE and Applications on one server and Database server on another server.  Used for evaluation Or users < 10,000
  12. 12. Topologies for SharePoint 2010 Medium Farm (Three Tier) Two or more WFE’s or two or more app servers and one dedicated Database server Large Farm  Multiple dedicated web servers.  Multiple dedicated app servers.  Scaling out servers in groups.
  13. 13. Core SharePoint Terminology Farms SharePoint farm is a logical grouping of SharePoint servers that share common resources. A farm will typically operate stand-alone, but it can also subscribe to functionality from another farm, or provide functionality to another farm. Each farm has its own central configuration database. Web applications They are typically the interface through which a user interacts with SharePoint. It is associated with a set of access mappings or URLs which are defined in the SharePoint central management console, then automatically replicated into the IIS configuration of every server configured in the farm. They are independent of each other, have their own application pools, and can be restarted independently in IIS.
  14. 14. Core SharePoint Terminology Site Collections Site collections are virtual containers used for grouping of SharePoint Sites. They reside under web applications and are associated with their own content database or may share content database with other site collections in the same web application. Sites Sites are collection of pages, lists, libraries and sub sites and they are created for achieving certain goal. Sites have navigation, themes/branding, custom permissions, workflows, and have the ability to be configured or customized in a number of ways.
  15. 15. Core SharePoint Terminology Lists & libraries Lists and libraries are stored in Sites. A List is a collection of pieces of information, where each list item has a URL, a name, and a description. A Library is a list where each item in the list refers to a file that is stored in SharePoint. Libraries have all the same behaviors as lists. Pages They are .aspx pages in SharePoint and has three primary page content-types: Wiki pages, Web-part pages, and Publishing Pages. Web-parts Web-parts are sections that can be inserted into Pages and meant for displaying items from Lists/Libraries. They also support connections to other web-parts on the page, providing the ability to construct relatively complex pages without any code.
  16. 16. Rich Features of SharePoint Content SharePoint 2010 Content enables all users to participate in a governed, compliant content management lifecycle. SharePoint 2010 Content makes it possible to expertly balance user experience with policy and process. This includes:  Enterprise Metadata  Document Sets  Web Publishing  Record Management  Enterprise Content Types  Audio and Video Content Type
  17. 17. Search SharePoint 2010 Search give users the ability to find the content, information, and people they need by combining an integrated, easy-to-manage platform with best-of-breed enterprise search technology. This includes:  Social Relevance  Phonetic Search  FAST Integration  Enhanced Pipeline
  18. 18. Insights SharePoint 2010 Insights enables users to access and interact with information across unstructured and structured data sources. Empower users to discover the right people and expertise to make better and more agile business decisions. This includes:  Performance Point Services  Excel Services  Chart Web Part  Visio Services  Web Analytics  SQL Server Integration  PowerPivot
  19. 19. Communities SharePoint 2010 Communities empowers people to work together in ways that are most effective for them. Allow people to collaborate in groups, share knowledge and ideas, connect with colleagues, and find information and experts easily. This includes:  Tagging, Tag Cloud, Rating  Social Bookmarking  Blogs and Wikis  My Sites  Activity Feeds  Profiles and Expertise  Org Browser
  20. 20. Composites SharePoint 2010 Composites empowers users to rapidly respond to business needs by creating their own no-code solutions on-premises or in the cloud, through a rich set of building blocks, tools, and selfservice capabilities. This includes:  Business Connectivity Services  InfoPath Form Services  External Lists  Workflow  SharePoint Designer  Visual Studio  API Enhancements  REST/ATOM/RSS
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