SharePoint 2010 Enterprise Architect's Guidebook
Reza Alirezaei, Matt Ranlett
Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub
Tips and techniques for becoming a successful SharePoint architect
If you're eager to design and architect a successful deployment of SharePoint 2010, then this is the book for you. Packed with real-world experiences and solid processes, this guidebook provides you with everything you need to perform for designing and architecting enterprise portal services. Helpful examples examine the common design issues affecting SharePoint 2010 environments that can cause deployments to fail so you can learn what to avoid. Plus, key development and deployment issues are covered from an architecture perspective and backup and disaster recovery planning are described at length.
- Details the skills and attributes necessary in order to design and architect successful SharePoint 2010 deployments
- Provides real-world scenarios and helpful examples of various types of enterprise portal services
- Discusses corporate Intranet service, enterprise content management, team collaboration services, enterprise search service, and more
- Addresses marketing your SharePoint 2010 solution to users to ensure they are aware of the services you provide
With SharePoint 2010 Enterprise Architect’s Guidebook, you'll quickly discover the requirements for designing a successful SharePoint 2010 deployment.
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Destroyed by ﬁre, would you be able to recover your data to a new server environment from your backups? DEVELOPMENT TECHNOLOGIES This section covers the common SharePoint 2010 development technologies. .NET Framework The .NET framework is a software development platform and software framework. It consists of the Common Language Runtime (CLR) and an extensive class library. Together, the base class library and the CLR make up the .NET Framework. The CLR provides important services such as.
Amount of I/O, memory, and CPU available, and if the virtualization platform for SharePoint is shared with other applications, it can be more difﬁcult to achieve predictable performance results. See Chapter 23 for more detail on design guidance. Database Consolidation Policy The database workload for a SharePoint solution is not the traditional transaction model that database administrators (DBAs) are used to. Sharing a SQL Server instance with other LOB applications is likely to impact the.