Course Introduction

SharePoint is a web-based, collaborative platform that integrates with Microsoft office. Launched in 2001, SharePoint is primarily sold as a document management and storage system, but the product is highly configurable and usage varies substantially between organizations.


  •      SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2013
  •      Evaluating business needs to identify the best SharePoint components
  •      Reviewing basic SharePoint terminology
  •     Introducing Central Administration and                  command line tools

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
  •     Allocating server roles to meet enterprise              requirements

Upgrading existing SharePoint farms

Managing SharePoint Web Applications

Creating site collections

Administering content databases

Configuring the search service

Implementing service applications based on business need

  •     Synthesizing BI data into KPIs with PerformancePoint
  •     Managing enterprise metadata
  •      Synchronizing Active Directory with user profiles
  •      Linking securely to external data (LOB) with                 Business Data Connectivity

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

Monitoring Health and Performance

Performance tools

Backup, Restore and Disaster Recovery








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