Concurrency SharePoint 2013 Launch Event

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SharePoint 2013 enables people to transform the ways they work while preserving the benefits of structured processes, compliance, and existing IT investments. Concurrency consultants Peter Hurth, Matt Engibous, and Mark Rentmeester originally presented this material at the Concurrency SharePoint 2013 Launch Event, in February 2013. Discover expert insight into SharePoint's new features, including architectural highlights, applications and developments, and what's new for end users. Topics covered in this presentation include: Branding Business Intelligence eDiscovery Mobile devices Records management and compliance For more information: http://www.concurrency.com

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SharePoint 2013 Launch Event Presented by Concurrency, Inc. :

SharePoint 2013 Launch Event Presented by Concurrency, Inc. For more information: www.concurrency.com

Introduction to Concurrency:

Introduction to Concurrency Microsoft Managed Gold Certified Systems Integrator Serving Wisconsin and Illinois since 1989, headquartered in Brookfield, WI Offering a full range of professional services focused on Microsoft Infrastructure as well as SharePoint and Dynamics CRM productivity platforms Hundreds of Clients in WI & IL Recent Awards: 2012 Microsoft Content Management Partner of the Year 2012 Microsoft Central Region Partner of the year 2012 Microsoft Midwest Partner of the year 2011 Microsoft Midwest Partner of the year 2010 Microsoft Midwest Marketing Partner of the year Twitter: @ ConcurrencyInc For more information: www.concurrency.com

Enterprise Content Management:

Enterprise Content Management ECM Practice since 1994 – Certifications/Accolades Include: Information Worker Competency Enterprise Content Management Records Management Systems Portals and Collaboration Specialization Enterprise FAST Search Specialization Only Midwest provider steeped in both Document and Knowledge Management domains—the true heritage of SharePoint Working with SharePoint since product’s inception AIIM ECM/ERM Practitioner - Master Certified Professionals Expert SharePoint programs leveraging AIIM ECM/ERM best-practices For more information: www.concurrency.com

Infrastructure:

Infrastructure Infrastructure Practice since 1989 – Certifications include: Networking Infrastructure Solutions Competency Advanced Infrastructure Solutions Competency Storage Solutions Specialization Active Directory Specialization Systems Management Specialization Unified Communications Solutions Competency Exchange Messaging Specialization Lync Specialization Voice Certified Partner (VCP) CRM Specialization Microsoft Online Services - Accelerated Partner Exchange, SharePoint, Lync/OCS For more information: www.concurrency.com

Application Development:

Application Development Application Development Practice since 1999 Team of SharePoint Certified Developers and Architects Microsoft Azure Circle Partner Specialization in. . . SharePoint Platform Solutions Intranet, Extranet, and Internet Web Applications Workflow and BPM Applications Enterprise Integration Projects with WCF Services and . NET For more information: www.concurrency.com

Today’s Presenters::

Today’s Presenters: Peter Hurth Team Lead - SharePoint ECM MCTS, MCITP, AIIM ECM Master, CDIA+ Twitter: @ ConcurrencyPete Matt Engibous Team Lead – SharePoint Architecture MCTS, MCITP Twitter: @ MattEngibous Mark Rentmeester Practice Lead - SharePoint and Application Development MCTS, MCPD Twitter: @ Rentmeester For more information: www.concurrency.com

SharePoint 2013 – What’s New?:

SharePoint 2013 – What’s New? What’s New for End Users? SharePoint 2013 Architecture Highlights SharePoint 2013 Applications and Development For more information: www.concurrency.com

What’s New for Users?:

What’s New for Users? New Look Faster interface : 50% faster server side latency & 40% more efficient use of bandwidth No lists or libraries : they’re all apps now Device channels : support mobile devices natively Silverlight : gone but not forgotten For more information: www.concurrency.com

What’s New for Users?:

What’s New for Users? Social Networking Newsfeed : corporate microblogging with @mentions and #hashtag support Follow : posts, users, sites, documents, etc… with e-mail updates of new events Gamification : use reputation badges as a reward or indicator of quality content For more information: www.concurrency.com

What’s New for Users?:

What’s New for Users? Working with Documents Faster : sorting, changing views, no post-back delays Sharing : easily share individual items with internal or external (Office 365) users QuickEdit : back from the land of the deprecated– and much, much better – Datasheet View Drag & drop : yes, you heard that correctly – drag & drop of documents to, from, and between browser windows For more information: www.concurrency.com

What’s New for Users?:

What’s New for Users? Search & E-Discovery Hover panel : visual previews, quick info, actions FAST included : all editions, including Office 365 E-Discovery Center : search, hold, export enterprise content in SharePoint or Exchange For more information: www.concurrency.com

What’s New for Users?:

What’s New for Users? Demo For more information: www.concurrency.com

SharePoint 2013 – What’s New?:

SharePoint 2013 – What’s New? SharePoint 2013 Architecture Highlights For more information: www.concurrency.com

Hardware Requirements:

Hardware Requirements http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc262485.aspx RAM Processor Hard Disk Single server with a built-in database or single server that uses SQL Server 8 GB x64 1x4 80 GB (OS) Single server with a built-in database or single server that uses SQL Server *Development / Evaluation 24 GB x64 1x4 80 GB (OS) Web / Application Servers Three-tier Farm *Pilot, Production, Servers in a Farm 12 GB x64 1x4 80 GB (OS) For more information: www.concurrency.com

Hardware Requirements Database:

Hardware Requirements Database http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc262485.aspx Component Minimum Requirement Processor x64 4 cores for small deployments (< 1k users) x64 8 cores for medium deployments (1k – 10k users) RAM 8 GB for small deployments (< 1k users) 16 GB for medium deployments (1k – 10k users) *See TechNet estimate memory requirements for > 10k users Hard Disk 80 GB (OS) *Additional drives / space for SP Content For more information: www.concurrency.com For more information: www.concurrency.com

Software Requirements:

Software Requirements Prerequisites Windows Management Framework 3.0 Application Server Role Web Server (IIS) Role Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5 Update for the .NET Framework 4 (KB2468871) Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Service Pack 1 Native Client Windows Identity Foundation (KB974405) Microsoft Sync Framework Runtime v1.0 (x64) Windows Server AppFabric Windows Identity Foundation v1.1 Microsoft Information Protection and Control Client Microsoft WCF Data Services Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1 Windows Server 2012 Provides support for Windows PowerShell 3.0 Provides support for information protection Provides in memory distributed caching Provides support for Windows PowerShell 3.0 Provides support for information protection Enables the creation & consumption of OData services Provides in memory distributed caching Windows Management Framework 3.0 Windows Server AppFabric Microsoft Information Protection and Control Client Microsoft WCF Data Services For more information: www.concurrency.com

SQL Server Requirements:

SQL Server Requirements 64-bit edition of Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1 64-bit edition of SQL Server 2012 MAXDOP = 1 Required For more information: www.concurrency.com

Shredded Storage:

Shredded Storage On by default “Cobalt v2.0” Shreds (“chunks”) the BLOB Upgrade Documents only shredded on upload or change going forward Types of documents Works with all types of documents (Cobalt v1.0 only worked with office documents) Office Documents - Update of metadata does not generate additional shreds Non-Office Documents - Update metadata does generate additional shreds Versioning Can be disabled at web a pp For more information: www.concurrency.com

Document Updates in SharePoint 2010:

Document Updates in SharePoint 2010 User Requests Document WFE Requests Document SQL Reads Full Document User Updates Document Updates are Sent to WFE Updates are Merged Full Document is Written to SQL WFE Reads Full Document from SQL For more information: www.concurrency.com

Document Updates in SharePoint 2013:

Document Updates in SharePoint 2013 User Requests Document WFE Requests Document SQL Reads Full Document User Updates Document Updates are Sent to WFE Updates are Sent to SQL Updates are Committed to SQL “Shredded Storage” For more information: www.concurrency.com

SharePoint 2013 Search Architecture:

HTTP File shares SharePoint User profiles Lotus Notes Exchange folders Custom - BCS SharePoint SP Apps Devices SharePoint 2013 Search Architecture Search Admin Content UX Crawl Content Processing Index Query Processing WFE API Analytics Processing FAST Search Index Public API Unit of scale/role boundary Crawl Analytics Reporting For more information: www.concurrency.com

Office Web Applications 2013:

Office Web Applications 2013 Separate Farm Provides services to: One or more SharePoint Farms Exchange Server, Lync Url accessible File Servers Security User Credentials are passed on every request Use SSL cert Improved WAC Urls SharePoint 2010 http:// sharepoint/sites/it/_layouts/WordViewer.aspx?id =/ sites/it/Program%20Documents/Outline.docx&Source=http%3A%2F%2Fsharepoint%2Fsites%2Fit%2FProgram%2520Documents%2FForms%2FAllItems%2Easpx%3FPaged%3DTRUE%26p5FSortBehavior3D0%26p5FFileLeafRef3Dfbb6fa52%252d91c8%252d42b3%252db7b4%252d26fc586e3e01%252eonebin%26p%5FID%3D777%26PageFirstRow%3D301%26%26View%3D%7B0B08DC31%2D658A%2D42CC%2D98CE%2D996BA18C5DD8%7D&DefaultItemOpen=1&DefaultItemOpen=1 SharePoint 2013 http:// sharepoint/sites/it/Program %20Documents/ Outline.docx?Web =1 For more information: www.concurrency.com

SharePoint 2013 Applications:

SharePoint 2013 Applications Approach New in SharePoint 2013 Application Development SharePoint 2013 Cloud App Model SharePoint 2013 App Demo For more information: www.concurrency.com

Approach:

Approach Business Critical SharePoint (BCSP) Solutions: BPM and workflow applications using vendor products from K2 and KnowledgeLake Custom SharePoint portals that extend systems like DCRM or Service Manager (SCSM) Custom SharePoint applications with .NET and WCF Services For more information: www.concurrency.com

What’s New:

What’s New Business Intelligence PowerPivot for SharePoint 2013 Add-In Analysis Services in SharePoint Mode Reporting Services in SharePoint Mode Excel Services support for data models to interact with a PowerPivot workbook in the browser Power View - new Reporting Services ad hoc interactive report designer that runs on PowerPivot or Analysis Services tabular data models . * Requires SQL Server 2012 SP1 and SharePoint 2013 Enterprise For more information: www.concurrency.com

What’s New:

What’s New Content Authoring and standard HTML Managed Navigation Variations – now for multilingual support only Content translation options Media Support (Video and Images) Web Content Management (WCM) and Publishing Sites Cross-site publishing SEO and user friendly URLs Related Content Features using metadata Improved Analytics Reporting For more information: www.concurrency.com

What’s New:

What’s New Branding Design Manager – upload design packages created outside of SharePoint with any HTML editor Does not require detailed knowledge of master pages Device-Specific Support Default master page plus one or more master pages that target specific devices such as smart phones or tablets Channel management to support targeting layouts to devices For more information: www.concurrency.com

What’s New:

What’s New SharePoint 2013 workflow now functions as a service and runs outside of SharePoint using Workflow Manager Workflow communicates with SharePoint via core App Model technologies (CSOM, REST, OData , OAuth ) SharePoint 2013 Workflow Architecture 2010 workflows still supported for legacy mode (.NET 3.5 SP1) For more information: www.concurrency.com

What’s New:

What’s New With SharePoint Designer 2010. . . “Stages” provide support for repeating and skipping workflow steps Declarative workflows now support looping Declarative workflows can call REST/SOAP services Recommendation is to build custom actions to extend workflows where custom code is required SharePoint 2013 Workflow Improvements For more information: www.concurrency.com

SharePoint 2013 App Model:

SharePoint 2013 App Model App Evolution 2007 – Features and solutions introduced 2010 – Improved framework for solutions with platform alignment to ASP.NET 2.0 2013 – Farm Solution and Sandbox Solution still supported, SharePoint App is new. App Model is designed to run custom code outside the SharePoint Farm Lower risk, greater stability, ability to upgrade. For more information: www.concurrency.com

SharePoint App Model:

SharePoint App Model App Hosting Options SharePoint-Hosted (client browser) Cloud-Hosted Autohosted (Azure) Provider hosted (remote web) Publish/Installation Scopes: Site or Tenancy (App Catalog site) For more information: www.concurrency.com

SharePoint App Model:

SharePoint App Model SharePoint 2013 REST API For more information: www.concurrency.com

Demo: Azure to SharePoint:

Demo: Azure to SharePoint Submit a Service Inquiry! List in SharePoint 2013 Online Anonymous form in public Azure site For more information: www.concurrency.com

Demo: SharePoint Hosted App:

Demo: SharePoint Hosted App Custom Action added to ribbon Code running at the browser For more information: www.concurrency.com

Demo: Cloud Hosted App:

Demo: Cloud Hosted App Custom web page with controls Server side code running in Azure host For more information: www.concurrency.com

Summary:

Summary Many great new features and improvements in SharePoint 2013 Cloud App Model and Workflow provide opportunities and challenges. . . SharePoint + Azure = powerful framework for applications to integrate multiple systems App Model architecture of REST, OData , JSON, CSOM and remote web hosting options can be difficult to debug (Fiddler is recommended) For more information: www.concurrency.com

Next steps:

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Thank You:

Thank You For more information: www.concurrency.com

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