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Welcome to Sharepoint

he SharePoint Framework (SPFx) is a page and extension model that enables client-side development for building SharePoint experiences. It facilitates easy integration with the SharePoint data and provides support for open source tooling development.

Why Sharepoint ?

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Introduction

  • SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2013
  • Reviewing basic SharePoint terminology
  • Introduction of Central Administration and tools command line

Adopting the Cloud

  • Key drivers of cloud computing solutions
  • Instantaneous provisioning of computing resources
  • Handling varied loads with elasticity and seamless scalability
  • Tapping into an infinite storage capacity
  • Cost-effective pay-as-you-use billing models
  • Handling sensitive data
  • Evaluating barriers to cloud computing
  • Aspects of cloud security
  • Assessing governance solutions

Planning the SharePoint Deployment and Installing the Server Farm

  • Assessing the requirements
  • Business
  • Hardware
  • Software

Matching the topology to the requirements

  • Evaluating server farm architecture options
  • Considerations for deployment within the cloud and for using Office 365
  • Applying best practices for selecting single vs. multiple servers

Upgrading existing SharePoint farms

  • Validating current configuration and Upgrade
  • Detecting potential migration problems
  • Detaching and attaching content databases

Managing SharePoint Web Applications

  • Outlining the web application hierarchy
  • Contrasting host-based URLs vs. path-based URLs
  • Controlling access using authentication methods

Creating site collections

  • Working with templates to ensure consistency
  • Applying quotas to control resources
  • Enabling self-service site creation

Administering content databases

  • Optimizing large data storage with the remote BLOB store
  • Administering Service Applications
  • Defining service applications and how they work
  • Examining service application components
  • Service applications bundled within SharePoint editions
  • Enterprise use of service application across multiple farms

Configuring the search service

  • Designing an effective search strategy
  • Setting up content sources for crawling
  • Enabling search using a search site template

Implementing service applications based on business need

  • Synthesizing BI data with Performance-Point
  • Managing enterprise metadata
  • Synchronizing Active Directory with user profiles
  • Linking securely to external data

Securing the SharePoint Farm

  • Enabling server farm-level security
  • Implementing the multilevel security model
  • Contrasting authentication methods
  • Applying claims-based authentication as an alternative to Windows authentication

Leveraging site-collection-level security

  • Exploiting role-based security
  • Taking advantage of permission inheritance

Monitoring Health and Performance

  • Configuring health monitoring
  • Capturing usage and health data in log files
  • Identifying problems using the Health Analyzer tool
  • Viewing system-level reports to spot issues

Performance tools

  • Troubleshooting using Developer Dashboard
  • Throttling and routing using Request Management

Backup, Restore and Disaster Recovery

  • Designing an effective backup strategy
  • Restoring from an unattached database
  • Recovering from a disaster