The launch of channels is the beginning of a more focused, guided way to learn. With the ability to create, follow and share channels, skilling up and accomplishing goals becomes easier and more customizable.
For more info on channels, check out this new experience here. Or, dive into one of our new channels from author and SharePoint expert, Vlad Catrinescu. Explore his custom channel: Deploying and Managing SharePoint 2016.
I created this channel after Microsoft released the 70-339 exam to help my followers find SharePoint 2016 training on Pluralsight. The goal of this channel is not to be a complete 70-339 study guide, but to build a collection of courses that will teach SharePointers how to manage and deploy SharePoint Server 2016. Some courses in the channel (such as Jeff Collin’s Big Picture: SharePoint 2016 On-prem, Online, or Hybrid?) don’t directly map to an objective in the 70-339 exam. But whenever I meet someone at a conference, we face the same dilemma: Should we go to SharePoint 2016 On-Premises or SharePoint Online? Pluralsight channels are the perfect way to showcase all the available training on SharePoint 2016 (and beyond), while also allowing me to put the courses in the order I think is best for viewers!
Planning for SharePoint Server 2016: Physical Topology and Services
Planning for SharePoint Server 2016: Logical Architecture and Integration
Big Picture: SharePoint 2016 On-prem, Online, or Hybrid?
On-premises Installation of SharePoint 2016
Provision and Configure Web Applications in SharePoint 2016
Configuring Service Applications in SharePoint 2016
Configuring the User Profile Service Application in SharePoint 2016
Implementing a Hybrid SharePoint 2013/2016 Infrastructure
Installing and Configuring Office Online Server
Upgrading Your Farm to SharePoint 2016
SharePoint Security End to End
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