1 - Introducing SharePoint Server 2013
Key Components of a SharePoint DeploymentNew Features in SharePoint 2013SharePoint 2013 Deployment Options
2 - Designing an Information Architecture
Identifying Business RequirementsUnderstanding Business RequirementsOrganizing Information in SharePoint 2013Planning for DiscoverabilityLab : Creating an Information Architecture - Part OneLab : Creating an Information Architecture - Part Two
3 - Designing a Logical Architecture
Overview of SharePoint 2013 Logical ArchitectureDocumenting Your Logical ArchitectureLab : Designing a Logical Architecture
4 - Designing a Physical Architecture
Designing Physical Components for SharePoint DeploymentsDesigning Supporting Components for SharePoint DeploymentsSharePoint Farm TopologiesMapping a Logical Architecture Design to a Physical Architecture DesignLab : Designing a Physical Architecture
5 - Installing and Configuring SharePoint Server 2013
Installing SharePoint Server 2013Scripting Installation and ConfigurationConfiguring SharePoint Server 2013 Farm SettingsLab : Deploying and Configuring SharePoint Server 2013 - Part OneLab : Configuring SharePoint Server 2013 Farm Settings
6 - Creating Web Applications and Site Collections
Creating Web ApplicationsConfiguring Web ApplicationsCreating and Configuring Site CollectionsLab : Creating and Configuring Web ApplicationsLab : Creating and Configuring Site Collections
7 - Planning and Configuring Service Applications
Introduction to Service Application ArchitectureCreating and Configuring Service ApplicationsLab : Planning and Configuring Service Applications
8 - Managing Users and Permissions
Authorization in SharePoint 2013Managing Access to ContentLab : Managing Users and GroupsLab : Securing Content in SharePoint Sites
9 - Configuring Authentication for SharePoint 2013
Overview of AuthenticationConfiguring Federated AuthenticationConfiguring Server-to-Server AuthenticationLab : Configuring SharePoint 2013 to Use Federated Identities
10 - Securing a SharePoint 2013 Deployment
Securing the PlatformConfiguring Farm-Level SecurityLab : Hardening a SharePoint 2013 Server FarmLab : Configuring Farm-Level Security
11 - Managing Taxonomy
Managing Content TypesUnderstanding Term Stores and Term SetsManaging Term Stores and Term SetsLab : Configuring Content Type PropagationLab : Configuring and Using Managed Metadata Term Sets
12 - Configuring User Profiles
Configuring the User Profile Service ApplicationManaging User Profiles and AudiencesLab : Configuring User ProfilesLab : Configuring My Sites and Audiences
13 - Configuring Enterprise Search
Understanding the Search Service ArchitectureConfiguring Enterprise SearchManaging Enterprise SearchLab : Configuring Enterprise SearchLab : Configuring the Search Experience
14 - Monitoring and Maintaining a SharePoint 2013 Environment
Monitoring a SharePoint 2013 EnvironmentTuning and Optimizing a SharePoint EnvironmentPlanning and Configuring CachingTroubleshooting a SharePoint 2013 EnvironmentLab : Monitoring a SharePoint 2013 DeploymentLab : Investigating Page Load Times
Actual course outline may vary depending on offering center. Contact your sales representative for more information.
Who is it For?
The course is targeted at experienced IT Professionals interested in learning how to install, configure, deploy and manage SharePoint Server 2013 installations in either the data center or the cloud.
Students typically have more than four years of hands-on experience* planning and maintaining SharePoint and other core technologies upon which SharePoint depends, including Windows Server 2008 R2 or later, Internet Information Services (IIS), SQL Server 2008 R2 or later, Active Directory, and networking infrastructure services.
An ideal candidate will have at least one year of experience with deploying and administering multiple SharePoint 2010 farms across a large enterprise. Because many customers skipped upgrading from SharePoint 2007, a candidate can also have at least 2 years of experience with SharePoint 2007 and knowledge of the differences between 2007 and 2010, particularly the Service Application model. A candidate can demonstrate the following skills:
Software management in a Windows 2008 R2 enterprise server or Windows Server 2012 environment.
Deploying and managing applications natively, virtually and in the cloud.
Administering Internet Information Services (IIS).
Configuring Active Directory for use in authentication, authorization and as a user store.
Managing an application remotely using Windows PowerShell 2.0.
Connecting applications to Microsoft SQL Server.
Implementing Claims-based Security.