Join CA Callahan for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know, part of Planning and Designing a SharePoint 2016 Implementation.
- [Instructor] This course is intended for experienced Windows Server network administrators who for whatever reason will be responsible for a SharePoint implementation. You will need to have experience with Windows Servers, particularly concerning Active Directory, Internet Information Services, TCP/IP, and DNS. In addition, because SharePoint uses a SQL server to contain its databases, you will need a working knowledge of how to use and administer SQL as well. No two implementations are alike, and I can't just simply say do these steps in this order for every possible scenario out there.
So what I am going to do in this course is outline some tried and true recommendations, giving you a solid foundation in what you need to know to do your job. This course would be great for you whether you are an experienced Windows Server administrator who needs to know SharePoint or an administrator with some experience using it, but who needs to fill in the gaps in order to be able to own the implementation you are preparing. Please feel free to download the handouts I'll be using during this course in order to follow along. There are some examples of documentation that will give you ideas and guidance designing your own SharePoint implementation.
Let's get started.
- What is SharePoint?
- Establishing SharePoint hardware and software requirements
- Collecting user and business requirements
- Designing the SharePoint architecture
- Planning for governance