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Deploying Cloud-Based Microsoft Sharepoint 2010 Solutions: Learn Ways to Increase Your Organization's Roi Using Cloud Technologyby Phil. Wicklund
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Take your Microsoft SharePoint solutions to the cloud—and gain scalability and high availability while helping to lower your operational costs. Led by a SharePoint expert, you'll learn hands-on how to customize and maintain SharePoint cloud solutions. You also get practical advice for migrating business solutions either to Microsoft SharePoint Online or to a private cloud, using your own data center. This is an ideal guide for IT professionals, architects, and decision makers.
Extend the reach of your SharePoint solutions—in the cloud
Book News Annotation:
Cloud computing, in which data services are shared and provided over the Web rather than through costly on-premise computer infrastructure, is skyrocketing. Following background on its evolution, models, business advantages, and costs, a SharePoint consultant who writes for information technology (IT) professionals explains what it means to deploy Microsoft SharePoint in a public cloud such as SharePoint Online, a private cloud (one's own data center), or a hybrid public-private cloud. Wicklund also introduces Microsoft Office 365, a subscription service to shift Microsoft applications to the cloud. The manual features downloadable example scripts written in PowerShell, and a summary tables comparing SharePoint Online and SharePoint Online dedicated editions. Annotation ©2012 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Take team collaboration to the cloud with Microsoft SharePoint Online. Led by SharePoint expert Phil Wicklund, you'll discover the benefits of maintaining SharePoint 2010 business solutions in either the public or private cloud, and learn step-by-step procedures on how to deploy to both. Ideal for SharePoint architects and IT professionals, this book also helps you determine the return on investment (ROI) for using cloud technologies.
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About the Author
Phil Wicklund is a frequent blogger, speaker, and author around SharePoint products and technologies. He started working with SharePoint back in 2003 and has since architected and administered many dozens of corporate SharePoint environments. He started as a SharePoint development instructor for Mindsharp, and has since moved into consulting at RBA Consulting, where he shares real-world insights and in-depth best practices with his clients of many varieties.
Table of Contents
; Introduction; Who Should Read This Book; Who Should Not Read This Book; Organization of This Book; Code Samples; Acknowledgments; Errata and Book Support; We Want to Hear from You; Stay in Touch; Introducing SharePoint in the Cloud; Chapter 1: Introducing Microsoft SharePoint Online; 1.1 What Is the Cloud?; 1.2 Why Deploy to the Cloud?; 1.3 SharePoint in the Cloud; 1.4 SharePoint Online Features Overview; 1.5 Configuring and Customizing SharePoint Online; 1.6 User Management and Security in SharePoint Online; 1.7 Migrating from On-Premises to SharePoint Online; 1.8 Getting Around in SharePoint Online; Chapter 2: Office 365 Feature Overview; 2.1 Office 365 Overview; 2.2 Four Products in One; 2.3 Licensing and Purchasing Office 365; 2.4 Administering Office 365; Chapter 3: Planning for SharePoint Online; 3.1 Planning SharePoint Online Core Capabilities; 3.2 Planning Your Information Architecture; 3.3 Planning User Management and Security; 3.4 Planning Customizations; 3.5 Planning User Training; 3.6 Planning Ongoing Maintenance and Governance; Deploying SharePoint in the Public Cloud; Chapter 4: Administering SharePoint Online; 4.1 Managing Site Collections; 4.2 Configuring InfoPath Forms Services; 4.3 Configuring User Profiles; 4.4 Configuring the Managed Metadata Term Store; Chapter 5: Identity Management and Authentication; 5.1 Identity Management Technologies and Techniques; 5.2 Configuring Identity Federation and Synchronization; 5.3 Managing Identities with Remote PowerShell; Chapter 6: Migrating to SharePoint Online; 6.1 Migration Scenarios; 6.2 Migration Techniques; 6.3 Supported Items and Migration Gotchas; 6.4 Planning for Migration Downtime; Chapter 7: Introduction to Customizing and Developing in SharePoint Online; 7.1 Developing Against the Cloud vs. On-Premises; 7.2 Customization Tools; 7.3 Introduction to Sandboxed Solutions; 7.4 Building and Deploying a Sandboxed Web Part; 7.5 Deploying Full-Trust Code in SharePoint Online Dedicated; 7.6 Introduction to the Client Object Model; 7.7 SharePoint Online Integration with Azure; Deploying SharePoint in the Private Cloud; Chapter 8: Introduction to Creating a Private Cloud; 8.1 Private Cloud Benefits; 8.2 How Do You Build a Private Cloud?; 8.3 Preparing for Virtualization with Hyper-V; 8.4 Automating SharePoint in a Private Cloud Using Opalis; Chapter 9: Introducing Multitenancy in SharePoint 2010; 9.1 Why Multitenancy for On-Premises IT?; 9.2 Options for Tenant Sites in SharePoint; 9.3 Multitenancy Architecture; 9.4 Service Application Partitioning; 9.5 Site Subscriptions; 9.6 Tenant Administration; 9.7 Host Header Site Collections; 9.8 Feature Packs; 9.9 Ten Easy Steps to Tenant-Aware SharePoint; Chapter 10: Configuring Tenant-Aware Service Applications; 10.1 Introduction to Service Applications; 10.2 Step 1: Configuring the Site Subscription Service; 10.3 Step 2: Creating Tenant-Aware Service Applications; Chapter 11: Configuring Tenant-Aware Site Collections; 11.1 Step 3: Creating Feature Packs; 11.2 Step 4: Creating a New Site Subscription; 11.3 Step 5: Assigning a Feature Pack to a Tenant; 11.4 Step 6: Filtering the People Picker to an Active Directory Organizational Unit; 11.5 Step 7: Configuring Tenant-Aware Managed Paths; 11.6 Step 8: Creating Tenant Site Collections; 11.7 Step 9: Associating the Tenant to the User Profile Service Application; 11.8 Step 10: Configuring a Content Type Hub; Server, Online SharePoint, and Online Dedicated Compared; SharePoint Online Capacities; Services and Service Applications in SharePoint Online; Customizations in SharePoint Online; SharePoint Online Features and Capabilities; About the Author; About the Technical Editor; About the Contributing Authors;
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