New World Of 2010 Share Point Administration

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Joel Oleson and I presented this at SPC09

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2. The New World of SharePoint 2010 Administration
Mike Watson
Sr. Product Mgr
Quest Software
Joel Oleson
Sr. Architect
Quest Software
3. Joels Top 10 Reasons for IT to Upgrade to 2010
List portability
Standards based Claims Authentication with rich client support with secure forms
Throttling and built in Health Monitoring
Extensibility and Strength of 400+ commands in Powershell
Development Supportability (Sandboxing, Dev Dashboard)
DR enhancements
Happy Users
4. A Day In the Life of a 2010 SharePoint Admin
Planning Authentication, Services, Hosting
Operating Health, Best Practices Analyzer
Maintenance Import, Export, Granular Recovery, DR
Optimization Performance!
5. Planning
Thresholds
Services
Authentication
Claims
Services
Office Web Applications
Mobile
Text Message SMS Service for Alerts
Tenant Admin
6. Demo
Health & Throttling
7. Demo
Database Design
8. Demo
Developer Dashboard (Perf Optimization)
9. Demo
Recovery
10. Demo
Tour of Central Admin
11. Demo
New World of Services
12. Services Changes
Search architecture changes (scalability & redudancy)
Indexing - no longer single point of failure
Queries -
DB changes
SSP -> Service Apps
13. Maintenance
Import/Export Lists
Backup a site collection with Central Admin
Recover from an unattached content database
Restore a list with Powershell
14. Living the Life of Powershell
15. SharePoint Best Practices Analyzer
Overview
how it helps
what it does
what it doesnt do
Segway to Deployment Advisor - how it extends on this capability
16. Disaster Recovery Enhancements
No Single Point of Failure!!
config based backup
Support for mirroring & failovers
where gaps still exist.... why you need recovery manager
17. Databases
Config
Admin_Content
Secure_Store_Service
Search_Service_Application
Crawlstore
DB
PropertyStore
WSS_Content_GUID
WSS_Search
WSS_Usage
People
SocialDB
ProfileDB
SyncDB
Service
Sync
Application Registry Service
BDC_Service_DB
Performance_Point
Web Analytics Web Service
Reporting_DB
Staging DB
18. Comparing Import/Export
19. Databases
20. Performance
Large List throttling -configured at the web app level allows administrators to control how users query and view data from sharepoint lists. Administrators can set throttle controls on number of items returned, warning levels, and can even specify work windows to ignore these settings.
Developer Dashboard Identify slow and resource intensive components on any page where they are rendered. Many information points including number of requests, total execution time, working set size, performed DB queries & how long those queries took to execute, and web part rendering events offset (time in milliseconds from when the webpart was loaded until each web part rendering event was triggered)
UsageReporting & Logging - enhancements and extensibility
21. PowerPoint TemplateSubtitle color
Example of a slide with a subhead
Set the slide title in All Caps
Set subheads in Sentence case
Generally set subhead to 36pt or smaller so it will fit on a single line
The subhead color is defined for this template but must be selected; In PowerPoint 2007, it is the fourth font color from the left
Hyperlink color:www.microsoft.com
22. Bar Chart Example
23. Pie Chart Example
24. Line Chart Example
25. Area Chart Example
26. Slide for Showing Developers Software Code
Use this layout to show software code
The font is Consolas, a monospace font
The slide doesnt use bullets but levels can be indented using the Increase List Level icon on the Home menu
27. Demo Title
Name
Title
Group
demo
28. Video Title
video
29. Partner Title
Name
Title
Company
partner
30. Customer Title
Name
Title
Company
customer
31. Announcement Title
announcing
32. 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries.
The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation.Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation.MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.