Presented by: Andre Heymann and Joel Oleson
A great moment on MOSS 2007 and the Migration, a lot of lessons on our experiences.
Would you like to know the best-practices for operating SharePoint 2003 and avoid the common pit-falls?
- Want to know what Microsoft learnt from SharePoint 2003 to shape SharePoint 2007?
- Would you like to know how to migrate to SharePoint 2007 to benefit from the learning?
Read this article it's an introduction.
This Pre-Conference where we take you on a journey from SharePoint 2003 to SharePoint 2007 and along the way share with you the best practices and lessons learned from Microsoft IT and our early adopter SharePoint 2007 customers.
Session 1: Lessons learned from SharePoint 2003
In this session we take a look at SharePoint 2003, the common pit-falls, how to address them in the real-world and how this helped Microsoft shape SharePoint 2007. The migration was possible, but if the custom. was done with FrontPage 2003 on SPS 2003 we loose a lot of parts of the design.
Session 2: Upgrade and Migration to SharePoint 2007
Learn how to upgrade and migrate to SharePoint 2007 in the most effective way possible – from those who have already done it! In this session we share with you best practices and lessons learned from Microsoft IT and our early adopter SharePoint 2007 customers.
Session 3: Global Deployment and Performance (recommendations and best practices)
Capacity planning, performance, and scaling out to serve Microsoft's global enterprise of over 450 field offices has taught Microsoft's engineers a few things. Learn how to scale to Terabytes of content in multi cluster SQL servers, optimize your content databases, and understand system sizing.
Session 4: SharePoint Governance and Policy (recommendations and best practices)
Learn how to govern and manage your infrastructure through the 3 tiered management structures of site settings, shared services and central administration. Walk away armed with knowledge of administration with auditing policies, delegated administration, and understanding of how Microsoft IT uses these methods to manage their global deployment of more than 100,000 site collections.
Joel joined Microsoft’s IT Collaboration Team in Dec 2000 to work on a new set of web collaboration products later named "SharePoint."
He is currently employed as a technologist, a senior engineering resource for Microsofts Intranet. In the past couple of years he’s focused on architecture and design for Microsoft’s Intranet in a strong partnership with both of the SharePoint product groups.
Some of his recent projects concerned revamping the Microsoft Corporate Portal, MSWeb, and regional portal architecture. The solution involved Office Portal Server search and indexing shared services, Windows SharePoint Service and Project Server storing multiple terrabytes of content on large SQL clusters and web farms across key regional deployments supporting Microsoft users world wide.
Previous experiences include systems integration work for a large telecom working on Intranets, extranets, internet sites and N-tiered web applications. Before that he worked on the development team of Slate.com a Microsoft based MSN property engineering and testing the daily rollout of one of the largest pure play online political magazines. His experience out of college began by working for an enterprise solution reseller programming high-end web based enterprise applications.
Photos and Diagrams are comming later (security from TE).
I do a conf. on this subject the 15th of December at the meeting of the Club SPS MOSS FRANCE.
P. Erol GIRAUDY MVP MOSS