The Complete SharePoint Course for Enterprise System Administrators
(SPTAD13, Live Instructor-Led Training, 5 days)


Description

This popular SETC Certified course provides a complete discussion of SharePoint 2013 administration from installation to optimization. Beginning with a thorough discussion of server planning, participants are asked to perform a complete installation of the product as they would in a production environment. This is followed by a series of configuration topics including the configuration of service applications, corporate search and Office application services amongst others. The course includes a complete discussion of the performance and security requirements of a corporate SharePoint server. The discussion ends with a complete discussion on availability and fault tolerance requirements. If you need to implement a SharePoint 2013 server, this is the course for you.

Dates and Pricing


Jan 8 to Jan 12, 2018$2,500/person Feb 5 to Feb 9, 2018$2,500/person Mar 5 to Mar 9, 2018$2,500/person

Outline

What’s New in SharePoint
Installation Changes
Central Administration
Service Applications
Claims and Authentication
Managing SharePoint with Windows PowerShell
SharePoint Apps
Workflow Manager
New User Experience
Getting Social
Architecture and Capacity Planning
Names, Names, My Kingdom for a Consistent Name!
Additional Server Planning
Hardware Requirements
Terminology
Controlling Deployments
Installing and Configuring SharePoint
Preparing the Environment
Logging In and Mounting the File
Running the Prerequisite Installer
Adding Forgotten Patches
Running Setup
Automating Setup
Creating the Farm
Creating Web Applications and More
Understanding Service Applications
A History of Service Applications in SharePoint
Service Application Fundamentals
Service Application Administration
Multi-Tenancy in SharePoint
Upgrading to SharePoint (Optional)
Upgrade Considerations
Upgrading Content
Upgrading Site Collections
Upgrading Service Applications
Using Third-Party Tools to Migrate Content
Administering Sharepoint with Windows Powershell
Introduction to Windows PowerShell
Microsoft SharePoint Management Shell and Other Hosts
Commands
Basic PowerShell Usage
Using SharePoint Commands
Some Sample PowerShell Scripts
Configuring Sharepoint for High-Availability Backups
Determining Your Business Requirements
Content Recovery
Backing Up and Recovering from Disaster
High-Availability Configurations
Managing Sharepoint Developer Solutions and Features
Defining Solutions and Features
Understanding Farm Solutions
Managing Farm Solutions
Understanding Sandbox Solutions
Managing Sandbox Solutions
Understanding Features
Managing Features
Managing and Configuring Apps
Understanding the SharePoint App
Architecture
Setting Up an App-Enabled SharePoint Environment
Managing SharePoint Apps
Branding Sharepoint
What Is Branding?
Branding Considerations
SharePoint and Publishing
Components of SharePoint Branding
What’s New in Branding for SharePoint
Understanding the SharePoint Branding Process
Upgrading Branding to SharePoint
Controlling Access to SharePoint Branding
Configuring and Managing Enterprise Search
What’s New in Enterprise Search
Search Architecture
Configuring Enterprise Search
Managing the Search UI
Configuring User Profiles and Social Computing
What’s New in Enterprise Social?
Managing and Configuring Profile Synchronization
Managing and Configuring My Sites
Managing and Configuring Communities
The Office Web Applications for Sharepoint
Functionality Overview
New Features in SharePoint OWA 2013
Additional Functionality for Multiple SharePoint Farms, Lync, Exchange 2013, and File Shares via Open-Form URL)
Licensing and Versions
Desktop Enhancements
Mobile Device Support
Topology
Authentication Requirements
reparing the Server and Installing OWA via the GUI
Office Web Apps Configuration Options
New PowerShell OWA Cmdlets
Integrating Office Clients with Sharepoint
What Office 2013 and SharePoint Share in Common
Integrating SharePoint with Word 2013
Integrating SharePoint with Excel
Integrating SharePoint with PowerPoint
Integrating SharePoint with Outlook
Integrating SharePoint with InfoPath
Integrating SharePoint with Visio
Integrating SharePoint with OneNote
Integrating SharePoint with Access 2013 and Access Services
Publishing Links to Office Client Applications
Managing Office 2013 and SharePoint through Group Policy
Troubleshooting Sharepoint
The Unified Logging Service
The Correlation ID: Your New Best Friend
The Developer Dashboard
More Troubleshooting Techniques
Additional Tools and Resources
Monitoring and Analytics
Configuring Monitoring in Central Administration
Using and Configuring the Health Analyzer
Usage and Health Data Collection
Timer Jobs in SharePoint
Search Service Application Monitoring