This course gives you the planning insight and knowledge to implement a SharePoint 2019 Server Farm. If you are looking at upgrading as well looking for high availability, disaster recovery and performance then this is for you.
Building a highly available, redundant SharePoint Server 2019 farm is not as simple as executing the installation from the media. It takes planning and core configuration to meet these types of requirements.
In this course, Planning for and Implementing a SharePoint 2019 Farm, you will gain the ability to install a SharePoint Server 2019 Farm.
First, you will learn how to plan for and then install a SharePoint Server 2019 Farm.
Next, you will discover when and how to implement high-availability capabilities.
Finally, you will explore how to perform disaster recovery, along with backup and recovery.
When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of Planning for and Implementing needed to deploy a highly available and redundant SharePoint Server 2019 Farm.
Course Overview Hi everyone. My name is Liam Cleary, and welcome to my course, Plan for and Implement a SharePoint 2019 Farm. I am the CEO and owner at SharePlicity, as well as a Microsoft MVP. With SharePoint Server 2019 now freely available for everyone, you may be considering upgrading your current SharePoint version to this. In order to be successful in any upgrade project, your first need is to understand how to build a SharePoint Server 2019 farm that will cater for all of your business requirements, as well as those technical needs you may have. In this course, we're going to walk through planning and basic implementation of a SharePoint 2019 server farm. Some of the major topics that we will cover include installing SharePoint Server 2019, understanding MinRole within SharePoint, utilizing high-availability options, disaster recovery options, and then backup and recovery capabilities. By the end of this course, you'll understand the planning process, as well as some of the implementation steps required to build a SharePoint Server 2019 farm. You need previous SharePoint experience for this course, as well as an understanding of Windows Server and installing applications. From here, you should feel comfortable diving into overall management of SharePoint with courses on Provisioning and Configuring Web Applications in SharePoint 2016 and Configuring Service Applications in 2016. Even though these courses cover SharePoint 2016 version, they are similar in the way that 2019 works. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn how to plan and implement SharePoint Server 2019 with the Plan for and Implement a SharePoint 2019 Farm course here, at Pluralsight.