What's New in SharePoint 2016

This course helps IT professionals expand on their current SharePoint knowledge and learn what's new in SharePoint Server 2016. It provides you information on planning and installing SharePoint 2016, along with new patching options.
Course info
Rating
(10)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Mar 24, 2017
Duration
1h 57m
Table of contents
Course Overview
Introducing SharePoint 2016
Preparing for Installation
Installing
Adding a Feature Pack to Existing Deployment
Using Zero Downtime Patching (ZDP)
Reviewing Service Applications
PowerShell Commands
Exploring Hybrid Configuration
Understanding the New, Upgraded, and Deprecated Features
Description
Course info
Rating
(10)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Mar 24, 2017
Duration
1h 57m
Description

If you need to expand on your current SharePoint knowledge and focus specifically on what's new in SharePoint Server 2016, this course is for you. In What's New in SharePoint 2016, you will be introduced to all the new features and functionality. First, you will learn how to plan for and install SharePoint 2016. Next, you will dive into feature packs and how to apply them to your SharePoint 2016 deployment using Zero Downtime Patching (ZDP). Furthermore, you'll discover changes made to SharePoint service applications, and how easy it is to deploy a hybrid environment with Office 365 and SharePoint 2016 on-prem. Finally, you'll also learn about the changes introduced in SharePoint 2016 PowerShell. When you are finished with this course, you will have discovered what's new, removed, and changed in SharePoint Server 2016, making it easy for you to see how SharePoint Server 2016 can benefit your organization.

About the author
About the author

Brian Alderman is a Microsoft MVP, and has his Master's in Computer Information Systems. Since 1995, he has held several Microsoft certifications that currently include; MCT, MCSE for SharePoint, MCSA for Office 365, MCITP for SQL Server(R), MCSA and MCSE for Windows Server(R), and also his PMP certification. Brian's publications include SQL Server 2000 Administration, SharePoint 2010 Administrator's Companion and Microsoft SharePoint 2013 Administration Inside Out, and he is an active speaker at SharePoint Industry conferences including SharePoint Saturday's, SPLive, DevIntersection, SharePoint Fest, and Microsoft Ignite.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Course Overview
Hi everyone. My name is Brian Alderman, and welcome to my course on What's New in SharePoint 2016. I'm a Microsoft MVP, as well as an MCT, and I'm a trainer, author of a couple Microsoft Press books, speak at several SharePoint conferences around the world, and also do some consulting for my company called MicroTechPoint. Now SharePoint 2016 has many improvements in the performance, stability, mobility, and hybrid areas, and I want to take your knowledge that you already have with the previous versions of SharePoint, and expand on that knowledge by providing you the details of what you need to know, and what's new in SharePoint 2016. So this course is going to focus on those new features and functionality that are available in 2016 as an IT pro. We're going to talk about what's new, changed, and deprecated in this version of SharePoint. We're going to look at installing SharePoint, and we're going to look about the MinRoles, a very powerful feature that improves the performance of your servers. We'll talk about feature packs. No longer do we have to wait for Microsoft to release another flavor of SharePoint, we're going to get updates, additional features and functionality delivered to us periodically, and we'll also talk about Hybrid. Microsoft is big on Hybrid, and I want to make sure you see what they've done in SharePoint 2016 to make that hybrid configuration much easier. So by the end of this course you're going to see why SharePoint 2016 may be beneficial to you, but before we begin this course you should be familiar with SharePoint 2013 or maybe even SharePoint 2010. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn about SharePoint 2016 with the What's New in SharePoint 2016 course at Pluralsight.