SharePoint Server 2016 brings a lot of changes to the Infrastructure Architecture, with new features such as MinRole and Microsoft Identity Manager. You'll learn how to plan your SharePoint 2016 Infrastructure to answer your business needs.
SharePoint Server 2016 is the latest release of SharePoint Server and includes awesome features for business users, but quite a few changes for SharePoint IT Professionals. New features such as MinRole, combined with new requirements such as mandatory Office Online Server configuration for Business Intelligence, will change the way that SharePoint Administrators will design their SharePoint farm. In this course, Planning for SharePoint Server 2016: Physical Topology and Services, you'll learn foundational knowledge in order to properly plan for a SharePoint 2016 topology according to your business needs. First, you'll learn how to architecture a topology in Traditional, Streamlined, and MinRole strategies. Next, you'll learn how to plan for your Service Applications such as Search, User Profile, and the Productivity Service applications, as well as how they can affect your Physical Topology. Finally, you'll learn how to plan for SharePoint Hybrid, Business Intelligence, SharePoint 2013 Workflows, SharePoint add-ins and more. When you're finished with this course, you'll have the skills and knowledge of SharePoint 2016 needed to properly plan a SharePoint 2016 Physical Topology according to your business needs. This course also covers part of the "Planning" Objectives of the SharePoint 2016 MCSE Exam 70-339.
Vlad is a SharePoint and Office 365 Consultant specializing in SharePoint and SharePoint Online deployments as well as hybrid scenarios. As a Pluralsight Author, Microsoft Certified Trainer, and recognized international speaker, Vlad has helped thousands of users and IT Pros across the globe to better understand and to get the most out of SharePoint.
Vlad is also a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) in SharePoint since 2013 and has his own blog at www.absolute-sharepoint.com and he often shares his knowledge by speaking at local conferences and community events. Vlad also blogs at CMSWire as well as Computerworld and is often featured in other Microsoft sites such as Redmond Channel Partner.
In Addition, Vlad is the recipient of the "Top 25 Office 365 Influencers" award, showcasing him as one of the most influential Office 365 specialists in 2015 demonstrating his expertise and passion for Microsoft's shift towards the cloud in the past years.
Course Overview Hello everyone, my name is Vlad Catrinescu, and welcome to my course, Planning for SharePoint Server 2016: Physical Topology and Services. I'm a SharePoint Server MVP and independent consultant from Montreal, Canada. SharePoint Server 2016 brings a lot of changes to the infrastructure architecture with new features such as MinRole, Office Online Server, and Microsoft Identity Manager. As a SharePoint administrator or enterprise architect, you need to be aware of those changes in order to properly plan your SharePoint 2016 physical topology. In this course, we are going to cover everything you need to know and understand in order to plan a SharePoint 2016 physical topology that answers your organization's needs. Some of the major topics that we will cover include creating a topology with MinRole, synchronizing users with Microsoft Identity Manager, planning for SharePoint Hybrid, and planning for Business Intelligence. By the end of this course, you will know all the latest changes in the SharePoint 2016 infrastructure, and how to plan for a SharePoint 2016 environment in your organization. Before beginning this course, you should be familiar with the basics of a Microsoft infrastructure ecosystem such as DNS, Exchange, SQL, and Active Directory. This course also covers part of the objectives for the 70-339 Managing Microsoft SharePoint Server 2016 Microsoft certification required to become a SharePoint 2016 Microsoft Certified Solution Expert. I hope you will join me on this journey to learn SharePoint 2016 with the Planning for SharePoint 2016: Physical Topology and Services course at Pluralsight.