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Advanced SharePoint 2016 - 70-339

Advanced Technologies of SharePoint 20169 H 5 M

This course maps to the SharePoint 2016 IT certification exam. Learn how to plan, configure, and manage the advanced features in a SharePoint 2016 environment.

Episodes
Episodes
  • Advanced SharePoint
    • Overview
    • SharePoint 2016 Architecture
    • SharePoint 2016 Architecture Part 2
    • SharePoint 2016 What's New
    • SharePoint 2016 What's Removed
    • High Availability and Disaster Recovery
    • Business Connectivity Services
    • Business Connectivity Services Part 2
    • Enterprise Content Management
    • Web Content Management
    • Productivity and Collaboration
    • Upgrading and Migrating to SharePoint 2016
    • Social Computing Features
    • Social Computing Features Part 2
    • Office 365 and SharePoint Online Registration
    • Office 365 Administration
    • Office 365 Administration Part 2
    • SharePoint Online Adminstration
    • SharePoint Online User Experience
    • Governance
    • Governance Part 2
    • Hybrid Features

Overview

7 M

  • Episode Description
  • Transcript

[SOUND] [MUSIC] Hello, in this video we're gonna give you an overview of what you can expect in our upcoming series Advanced SharePoint 2016. Standing next to me is our SharePoint expert Mr. Mark Ingram who's gonna fill us in on some of the details of our upcoming series. How you doing Mark? >> Good Mike, thanks very much. So some of you will have already watched the first SharePoint series we filmed and you'll need content from that week and this upcoming week of episodes. In order to have a chance at passing the 70-339 exam, you'll also need hands-on experience as you would for any Microsoft exam. Let's take a look at what those objectives are. Okay, so we can see that this exam is currently in beta. And many of you won't even be attempting the exam during the beta period, so that's fine. If you are feeling really proactive and want to write the exam, how it works, the beta exams, typically you don't find out for months, whether or not you passed. So you're one of the guinea pigs, and they do their metrics and figure out who should get a passing score based on a variety of criteria. There's someone at Microsoft, Liberty Munson, one of the best names ever. And that's her whole job, is psychometrics and and exam analysis and verifying the validity or reliability of these exams. Okay, so scrolling down here. There's a variety of objective domains for every exam, and for this one we have seven objective domains. So again we use content from the basic SharePoint admin course, and this week's segments, episodes, and we can see here, I like to print these out because trying to navigate multiple screens, it's tough to get a handle on it even if you use digital ink. So, do yourself a favor. Print them out and then you can use a highlighter or somehow highlight objectives you have no clue about or areas you wanna brush up on, and then maybe some of those areas you'll be quite confident in but you should still review those. So if I click on Show all it expands and you can see here under each objective domain for example design SharePoint infrastructure, we get into very explicit detail about what you need to be confident on and have skills in hands on. Now some of them are designed related type questions you'll get, so the hands on would be more architecturally planning and knowing architectural models for example. So, we're not going to go through all of these. Just my main point is to get you onto this page ASAP in your exam journey for whatever exam you're writing. Find out what the test is on. Pretty fundamental, right? A lot of people thought well, I'll just do the courses first, then I'll think about it. By reviewing all the exam objectives and reading the content. It'll make your ears perk up when you hear concepts related to those exam objectives, so it's never too early to start preparing for the exam objectives. All right, that said, let's talk about what we're covering this week. We've got a lot to cover. So we'll look at four architectural models of SharePoint. Always, exam fodder is new functionality and change functionality, deprecated. Maybe new names for the old things. So any changes compared to the previous version is fair game and you can expect questions designed to confuse you into perhaps selecting an answer that used to be correct. For example, SharePoint 2013. But now in the new era is no longer correct. So core Microsoft SharePoint concepts we'll review as well, hybrid scenarios are a huge part of Microsoft's way forward, most of the investment in new design, new technologies, new productivity apps, for example, happens in the hybrid world, with SharePoint online, a combination of online and on print. So we'll look at hybrid architectures, and configuring one drive and one drive for business, as well. We'll also look at business continuity management. Always in season. You might be subject to a disaster. Your data center may burn to a crisp. What's your strategy? So we'll look at various high-availability strategies, both local and maybe geolocated somewhere else beyond where you are. We'll look at the benefit of using Azure as a DR site, if you will. And various back-up and restore plans, various SQL topologies which will help you in your back-up and DR rules. We'll also look at business connectivity services in secure store service. So the ability to connect in to any organized data source creating middleware, essentially, connect in to that other data source and the secure storage server stores credentials used to access the other data source. The benefit here is that, individual users can access a variety of data repositories to do their work or pulling in data for reports for example. Don't spend half their time authenticating. So we can move towards the holy grail of single sign-on by leveraging the secure store service. We'll also look at productivity services, so we'll look at SharePoint apps and the app architecture. Access services, PowerPoint automation services, Word automation services. And we'll talk about solutions as a way of introducing functionality in your SharePoint environment. Connecting people, so we'll talk about planning user profiles, my sites, profile synchronization. We'll look at community sites as a way of setting up discussion boards and fostering knowledge exchange within your organization. Web content managements we'll look at as well. So especially considerations regarding multiple locals and languages. We'll look at managed navigation and catalog sites. And web content management is part of enterprise content management we'll look at that as well. So including e-discovery for legal discovery, records management we'll cover in that episode as well. And site based retention policies. We'll also look at some BI solutions, some really cool BI technologies like Power BI for example, we can leverage within Office 365, so a variety of business intelligence tools are available to us and productivity. So we'll look at integration with SharePoint and project server and also project team sites. We'll show you how to set those up and project server integration we'll talk about as well. And also upgrading and migrating to SharePoint 2016. So we'll look at planning considerations before you consider upgrading and the flexibility in terms of site collection upgrades and then some advanced scenarios, as well. So all this and more is coming at you in these series of episodes. >> All right, Mark. Fantastic, you've got me excited about Advanced SharePoint 2016. I hope you are excited as I am, so we are ready to get started. Hope to see you there. [SOUND]

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