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Project Server 2010 IT-Professional TechNet Webcasts

 

Applies to: Project Server 2010

Topic Last Modified: 2011-11-10

The Microsoft Project Server 2010 IT-Professional TechNet Webcast series is composed of seven downloadable Webcasts that are meant to provide Project Server 2010 deployment guidance and best practices for IT professionals. You can also download the Microsoft PowerPoint slide presentations for the Webcasts from the Project Server 2010 IT-Professional Webcast Series slide presentations page on the Microsoft Download Center.

You can view these Webcasts by clicking the following links to the Microsoft Events and Webcasts site:

  • TechNet Webcast: Project Server 2010 - Performance Part 1: Setup, Execution, and Results   This Microsoft TechNet Webcast discusses Project Server 2010 performance characteristics and farm architecture planning. It shares the results of Project Server 2010 performance lab tests conducted on targeted reference hardware architecture in the Microsoft Technology Center (MTC) by Microsoft Consulting Services (MCS) in partnership with the Microsoft Product Group. The test results were used to discover performance bottlenecks and determine better design and implementation practices for Project Server 2010 infrastructures. This Webcast shows you how the testing lab was set up, how the tests were executed, and which test tools were used.

  • TechNet Webcast: Project Server 2010 - Performance Part 2: Architecture, Sizing, and Capacity   This Microsoft TechNet Webcast also discusses Project Server 2010 performance characteristics and farm architecture planning. It shares the results of Project Server 2010 performance lab tests conducted on targeted reference hardware architecture in the Microsoft Technology Center (MTC) by Microsoft Consulting Services (MCS) in partnership with the Microsoft Product Group. The test results were used to discover performance bottlenecks and determine better design and implementation practices for Project Server 2010 infrastructures. This Webcast shows you the test results, architecture, data flow, and sizing guidelines and best practices for your Project Server 2010 implementation.

  • TechNet Webcast: Project Server 2010 Upgrade and Migration   This Microsoft TechNet Webcast discusses Project Server 2010 features, requirements, and deployment considerations that IT professionals have to know about. Topics discussed include upgrade options from both Microsoft Office Project Server 2003 and Microsoft Office Project Server 2007 to Microsoft Project Server 2010. Topics also include tools, processes, scenarios, best practices for upgrade and migration, the effect on Project Server of coexisting with SharePoint 2010 Products, and full-farm versus split-farm upgrades.

  • TechNet Webcast: Project Server 2010 - Backwards Compatibility Mode   This Microsoft TechNet Webcast discusses the Microsoft Project Server 2010 Backwards Compatibility Mode (BCM) feature, which helps you speed up deployment of Microsoft Project 2010. With BCM, various desktop and server versions of Microsoft Project can seamlessly coexist and exchange data. BCM exists on Project 2010 desktop applications and Microsoft Project Server 2010, and in certain scenarios BCM makes it possible for Microsoft Office Project Professional 2007 to access Project Server 2010.

  • TechNet Webcast: Project Server 2010 - Coexisting with SharePoint Server 2010   This Microsoft TechNet Webcast discusses Microsoft Project Server 2010 coexistence with Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010. SharePoint Server 2010 is required for running Project Server 2010. It discusses two scenarios: (1) Deploying a new EPM-focused farm, and (2) Deploying Project Server 2010 into an existing SharePoint Server 2010 farm.

  • TechNet Webcast: Project Server 2010 - Backup and Restore   This Microsoft TechNet Webcast explains the process for performing backup and recovery in Project Server 2010. The supported scenarios covered include mirroring (with and without witness), restoring over an existing farm, and restoring into a new farm. For farm-level, instance-level (there are five database-attach scenarios), and site-level collections, this Webcast demonstrates tools available at the command-line, in the SharePoint Central Administration Web site, in Windows PowerShell, and in Microsoft SQL Server. It also discusses Playbooks, the metadata backup and restore tool in Project Server 2010.

  • TechNet Webcast: Project Server 2010 - Operations   This Microsoft TechNet Webcast discusses managing and maintaining a Project Server 2010 implementation. It also demonstrates Project Server 2010 diagnostics and monitoring, provides troubleshooting tips, and shares health check best practices.

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