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  • The first official branded SharePoint technologies were released in 2001SharePoint Portal Server 2001 (codenamed Tahoe) and SharePoint Team Services (STS)SharePoint Portal Server 2001 (codenamed Tahoe) used as Portal Information through navigation and searchSharePoint Team Services (STS) used as collaboration.Get sites up and running very quickly to organize documents, events, and other digital informationCustomers wanted to use portal and collaboration features in integrated waySo both teams worked together and redesign the architecture. SQL Server as the backend data store, ASP.NET as the development platform.Web parts were first time introduced in SharePoint 2001which were part of ASP.NET server controls.In 2003, Microsoft Introduced SharePoint Portal Server (SPS) 2003 and Windows Shared Services (WSS) 2.0. SPS 2003 is licensed; WSS 2.0 was licensed as a part of windows server. SPS 2003 were offering deep portal and search functionality. Whereas WSS 2.0 were providing collaboration related functionalities.Microsoft acquired a Vancouver-based web content management (WCM) company, NCompass LabsMicrosoft released Microsoft Content Management Server (MCMS) 2001, which used ASP technology for creating web pages. The following year, Microsoft released MCMS 2002, which added ASP.NET functionality.Microsoft released a Connector for SharePoint 2003 with MCMS 2002, for utilizing the search capability of SharePoint 2003 in to the WCM (MCMS 2002).In October 2006, Microsoft released Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007 and Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 heavily leveraged the .Net Framework (ASP.Net 2.0) had rich functionality such as Master Pages and web parts.It’s Microsoft business success over 17,000 customers, and 100 million licenses.It delivered an integrated platform that featured collaboration, portal, search, content management, business forms, and business intelligence technologiesOn May 12, 2010, Microsoft launched SharePoint 2010—the most anticipated release of SharePoint ever     SharePoint Foundation offers fewer out-of-the-box web parts, list templates, and site templates.The most notable difference is that SharePoint Foundation is a free download whereas SharePoint Server 2010 is licensed from Microsoft.  -------------------------------------------------------------------    
  • Microsoft SharePoint 2010 is the Business Collaboration Platform for the Enterprise and Web. SharePoint 2010 focuses on three key areas:1.Connecting and empowering people to enhance productivity by offering improved and simplified tools to create and manage sites and associated content. Microsoft SharePoint 2010 integrates smoothly with Microsoft Office 2010 which makes it possible for users to be more productive while using a more familiar set of tools to interact with SharePoint Server.2.Unifying infrastructure to cut maintenance and training costs by providing an integrated set of features and the ability for organizations to build their business productivity solutions on top of the SharePoint Server.3.Responding rapidly to business needs by providing the ability to quickly build and deploy dynamic solutions to end users, power users and professional developers. SharePoint 2010 provides the tools to easily create business solutions that can be integrated with existing data and process.SharePoint SitesSharePoint sites are websites that aim to be an entry point to the World-Wide Web. They typically offer search capability and links to useful pages, news, or other services. SharePoint sites can be organization-wide or global, e.g., MSN, Yahoo, and Google.SharePoint 2010 offers: a rich user experience, support for multiple browsers, mobile based interaction with people and content, MS Office integration, and collaboration across the internet, intranet, and extranet for creating, editing, and managing sites.SharePoint CommunitiesSharePoint Communities enable users to collaborate with each other using smart connections across people and teams. Enhanced social networking tools available with SharePoint 2010 allows users to connect and share information through blogs, wikis, calendars, discussions, tasks, contacts, pictures, videos and much more. My Sites and user profiles provide an organized way to create, share, and find personal and professional information across the organization.SharePoint ContentOrganizations produce various types of content including documents, records, and web pages. SharePoint 2010 offers great ways to manage different types of content while maintaining strict control through governance policies to ensure compliance. Key features that make SharePoint 2010 an ideal tool for creating, authoring, publishing, and managing content are: integration with Office applications, offline client experience, speedy and easy web publishing, and the ability to create and manage custom content types and Meta data.Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Top Benefits1.Provide a simple, familiar, and consistent user experience across multiple platforms.2.Boost employee productivity by simplifying everyday business activities.3.Help meet regulatory requirements through comprehensive control over content.4.Effectively manage and repurpose content to gain increased business value.5.Simplify organization-wide access to both structured and unstructured information across disparate systems.6.Connect people with information and expertise.7.Accelerate shared business processes across organizational boundaries.8.Share business data without divulging sensitive information.9.Enable people to make better-informed decisions by presenting business-critical information in one central location.10.Provide a single, integrated platform to manage intranet, extranet, and internet applications across the enterprise.SharePoint SearchSharePoint 2010 makes it easier to find data including content and people. It does this by providing enhanced search capabilities, the ability to plug in “FAST” searches for SharePoint, connecting and indexing data from external sources, and phonetic search.SharePoint InsightsSharePoint 2010 enables collaboration and analysis to help everyone in the organization get richer insights by offering excel services, new visualization, navigation, and BI features. These features greatly facilitate and speed up the business decision-making process.SharePoint CompositesSharePoint 2010 serves as a platform to build and deploy business solutions for all types of users by providing powerful tools like SharePoint Designer, InfoPath Form, and Microsoft Access Services. Business connectivity services in SharePoint 2010 offer a nice way to create, read, update, delete and search line of business (LoB) data.SharePoint 2010 offers the flexibility of an in-place upgrade from SharePoint 2007 as well as an upgrade through data migration. An in-place upgrade is suitable for small environments where the existing setup of SharePoint 2007 already satisfies the infrastructural and software requirements for the upgrade. A more serious approach for the upgrade is to deploy SharePoint 2010 and then run the data migration/re-configuration process.Careful planning is required before performing a migration upgrade. Starting with satisfying the hardware and software requirements, the process goes on to selecting a suitable approach for the upgrade, proactively identifying and resolving any issues that may hinder the upgrade process, backing up content and configuration data, executing the actual migration process, re-configuration/upgrade of services and finally performing the post-upgrade verification checks.
  • Ribbon UIThe context sensitive ribbon interface is now integrated into the SharePoint 2010 user experience. Your applications can extend the ribbon interface to include new menu items and options both on a global level and based on the context of the user. -------------------------------------------------------------------SharePoint WorkspaceSharePoint workspaces — Provide direct bi-directional synchronization of library and list content between a SharePoint site and a workspace on an individual client computer. Creation of a SharePoint workspace enables individual SharePoint users to check out and check in SharePoint library documents from their local computers, bring SharePoint documents and lists to their computers where they can work online or offline, and synchronize local content with a SharePoint site. When an individual client establishes a connection with a SharePoint server, synchronization occurs at regular intervals when the client is online. When a client cannot connect to a SharePoint site, the user can easily take work offline to make updates. The updated documents are automatically synchronized with SharePoint document libraries and lists when the user reconnects. This interface offers an efficient and satisfying alternative to browser access of SharePoint. Unlike other workspace types, the SharePoint workspace is a personal synchronized copy of a SharePoint site.-------------------------------------------------------------------SharePoint Mobile-------------------------------------------------------------------Office Client and Office Web App IntegrationWhen Office apps are installed on the server then their services will automatically be added in the sharepoint services list and also added the features and on activation of each feature will use that functionality with sharepoint 2010.-------------------------------------------------------------------Standards SupportIt is compatible with following supportIE 9, 8, 7 Firefox 3x, Safari 3xIE 6 is not supported platform for SharePoint 2010-------------------------------------------------------------------RatingsNot available in sharepoint foundation 2010. just need to run the service from central administration "User Profile Service Application - Social Rating Synchronization Job"Enable ratings from the list and then it will added two columns A Rating column (this is a new Content Type) and a Number column to hold the number or ratings-------------------------------------------------------------------Tagging, Tag Cloud, Ratings-------------------------------------------------------------------Social BookmarkingTagging external sites, used in my sites where you colleagues will see your activites in activity feeds.-------------------------------------------------------------------Blogs and WikisBlogs are good for just posting information Wiki are better suited for collaboration or documentation which can be changed most oftenly.Wiki’s allow for many authors and can have some great advantages over blogs overall-------------------------------------------------------------------My SitesHaving the information of user, their collegues, their personal profile information.-------------------------------------------------------------------Activity Feedstracking capabilities within sharepoint.ATOM 2.0 based RSS feeds.two type of activities1- Activities from others users,2- User's own activities.-------------------------------------------------------------------Profiles and Expertise-------------------------------------------------------------------Org BrowserThe organization browser is interactive, in that you can navigate up and down the hierarchy, as well as, left to right to see the colleagues that share your manager-------------------------------------------------------------------Enterprise Content Typesold moss does not share content types acros site collectionswhere as in the MOSS you can enable this through activating the content type hub feature in sharepoint 2010.-------------------------------------------------------------------Metadata and Navigationthis is new feature in sharepoint you can filter your documents from the list or libraries based on the metadata information.-------------------------------------------------------------------Document SetsDocument sets are components, similar to folders, that enable users to collaborate on related documents without having to create a new document library or siteFor example, Microsoft has included a ‘Download set’ feature which compresses all the files in a set into a single zip file for download-------------------------------------------------------------------Multi-stage Dispositionnew document management features, apply policies on the documents and if you would have several steps then you have to write custom workflows, here in this stage concept is out of the box, and can create multiple stages and define rules policies accordingly. multi-stage lifecycle policy for both documents and records-------------------------------------------------------------------Audio and Video Content TypesCreated the Assets Library in SharePoint 2010WMA & MP3 (ISO/MPEG Layer-3), and for video files the format is WMV, other file extensions will get warning in this case-------------------------------------------------------------------Remote Blob Storageremotly store your content on sql server but has some file size limit of 2 gb.-------------------------------------------------------------------List EnhancementsImprovements include lists relationships, large list support, field or list item validation, xslt rendering, and using InfoPath forms as the list form. SharePoint 2010 also provides enhanced support for different events raised during data management as well as guidance for accessing list data efficiently. -------------------------------------------------------------------Business Connectivity ServicesIt is all about connecting to external data. SharePoint 2010 it’s easy to create an external content type with SharePoint Designer, create an external list in SharePoint’s Web user interface and take the list offline into Outlook as a set of contacts. Also, you can make updates to contacts in Outlook that will cause the data in the external system to update as now supports updating, deletion and insertion of data into an external data source. Another key advantage of BCS is that it will enable SharePoint Lists to be created directly based on a database table-------------------------------------------------------------------InfoPath Form Services-------------------------------------------------------------------External ListsYou might think of an external content type as the mapping between SharePoint and the external system, describing both the entities and behaviors of the data source.-------------------------------------------------------------------Workflowreusable workflows, save the workflow as template and use it some other placeSite Level WorkflowList and COntent Type based workflow.-------------------------------------------------------------------SharePoint Designer structure site information, New/Modify/Delete List, workflow, Content Types, -------------------------------------------------------------------Visual StudioSharePOint Development Tool for Visual Studio-------------------------------------------------------------------API EnhancementsClient Object ModelLINQ to SharePointADO.NET Data Services/ Web Services/ REST-------------------------------------------------------------------REST/ATOM/RSSREST based services supported, ATOM and RSS Activity feeds are supported-------------------------------------------------------------------PerformancePoint Servicesyou can use to monitor and analyze your business.easy-to-use tools for building dashboards, scorecards, reports, and key performance indicators (KPIs)Developer Dashboard -------------------------------------------------------------------Excel ServicesNow supported REST API is supported for excel services access entites (ranges and charts) and set values in these charts-------------------------------------------------------------------Chart Web Partfrom other data sources we can display charts-------------------------------------------------------------------Visio ServicesVisio Web drawings (*.vdw files) can be rendered by Visio Services and viewed in a Web browser-------------------------------------------------------------------Web AnalyticsTraffic reports - how much traffic your site gets, who visit your site Search reports - how many times user searched, what were the most used search termsInventory reports - whats total disk space for users, how many sites exist (Number of sites)-------------------------------------------------------------------SQL Server IntegrationConfigure SQL Reporting services with SharePoint-------------------------------------------------------------------PowerPivotAn addon for SharePoint 2010 that enables the reports to render interactively (in conjunction with Excel Services),-------------------------------------------------------------------Social RelevanceTagging the information, My Sites, enterprise search-------------------------------------------------------------------Phonetic SearchSearch the content not with the exact phrase.. near similar to that text. "John Steal" could yield "John Steele" in the search results"Jeff" include names that contain "Geoff"-------------------------------------------------------------------Navigation-------------------------------------------------------------------FAST IntegrationThe FAST technology provides a superset of the original SharePoint search capabilities.visual search etc.-------------------------------------------------------------------Enhanced PipelineThanks: Usman Zafar Malik
  • SharePoint 2010 Training Session 1

    1. 1. SharePoint 2010 Session - 1By: Usman Zafar Malik[MCTS: MOSS 2007], [MSCBSS: CRM 3.0 / 4.0], MCP
    2. 2. Introduction to SharePoint 2010
    3. 3. SharePoint EvolutionSharePoint Portal SharePoint Server SPS 2003 MOSS 2007 Server 2001 2010 WindowsSharePoint Team SharePoint SharePoint WSS 3.0 Services 1.0 Foundation 2010 Services (WSS) 2.0
    4. 4. Microsoft SharePoint 2010The Business Collaboration Platform for the Enterprise and the Web
    5. 5. Technologies Mapping
    6. 6. SharePoint Foundation 2010 Ribbon UI SharePoint WorkspaceBusiness Connectivity Services SharePoint MobileExternal Lists Office Client and Office Web App IntegrationWorkflow Standards SupportSharePoint DesignerVisual StudioAPI Enhancements RatingsREST/ATOM/RSS Blogs and Wikis Activity Feeds Audio and Video Content Types Remote Blob Storage List Enhancements
    7. 7. SharePoint Server 2010 Ribbon UI SharePoint WorkspaceBusiness Connectivity Services SharePoint MobileInfoPath Form Services Office Client and Office Web App IntegrationExternal Lists Standards SupportWorkflowSharePoint DesignerVisual Studio Tagging, Tag Cloud, RatingsAPI Enhancements Social BookmarkingREST/ATOM/RSS Blogs and Wikis My Sites Activity Feeds Profiles and Expertise PerformancePoint Services Org Browser Excel Services Chart Web Part Visio Services Web Analytics SQL Server Integration Enterprise Content Types PowerPivot Metadata and Navigation Document Sets Multi-stage Disposition Social Relevance Audio and Video Content Types Phonetic Search Remote Blob Storage Navigation List Enhancements FAST Integration Enhanced Pipeline
    8. 8. SharePoint Containment Hierarchy SharePoint Farm SharePoint Servers IIS Application Pool IIS Web Application SharePoint Database Site Collection Site List Item
    9. 9. SharePoint Configurations
    10. 10. Hardware Requirements• Processor – 64 bit, four core, 2.5 GHz minimum per core• RAM – 4 GB for developer or evaluation use – 8 GB for single server and multiple server farm installation for production use• Hard disk – 80 GB for installation + additional space for day to day operations
    11. 11. Software Requirements• SQL Server – Microsoft SQL Server 2005  64 Bit Edition with Service Pack 3 – Microsoft SQL Server 2008  64 Bit Edition With Service Pack 1 and Cumulative Update 2 – Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2  No Patching Required• SharePoint – 64 bit Windows Server 2008 RTM + SP2 – 64 bit Windows Server 2008 R2
    12. 12. Client Requirements• Standards based browsers for Authoring – IE 7+, Firefox 3+ – Better support for Safari – No support for IE 6!• Office 2008 for MAC SP2 – SharePoint Integration for editing files• Firefox support for NON PC systems
    13. 13. Developer environment• 64 bit desktops• Dev. Environment – Remote – VM/image – Local development • SP 2010 supports installation on Windows 7 and Vista 13
    14. 14. SharePoint Installations• Basic• Advance
    15. 15. Basic Installation
    16. 16. Basic Installation
    17. 17. Basic Installation
    18. 18. Basic Installation
    19. 19. Basic Installation
    20. 20. Basic Installation
    21. 21. Basic Installation Oh Yes!! Installation Successfully Completed
    22. 22. Basic Installation
    23. 23. Advance Installation
    24. 24. Advance Installation
    25. 25. Advance Installation
    26. 26. Advance Installation
    27. 27. Advance Installation
    28. 28. Advance Installation
    29. 29. Advance Installation
    30. 30. Advance Installation
    31. 31. Advance Installation
    32. 32. Advance Installation
    33. 33. Advance Installation
    34. 34. Advance Installation
    35. 35. Central Administration
    36. 36. Application Management
    37. 37. System Settings
    38. 38. Monitoring
    39. 39. Backup and Restore
    40. 40. Security
    41. 41. Upgrade and Migration
    42. 42. General Application Settings
    43. 43. Configuration Wizards
    44. 44. Thanks !