Scaling SharePoint 2010 Topologies for Your Organization
About This Video
Now that you learned about the new
SharePoint Service architecture, come learn about how you architect Services for your organization. We will talk about various Canonical SharePoint deployment types (Internet Presence, Partner Collaboration via Extranets, distributed/consolidated data centers, medium sized organization etc.) and describe how you architect the Services logical topology. In addition to the logical topology, we will drill into how you scale-up/scale-out the physical topology to meet the scale expectations for your organization. Regardless of the nature and scale of your organization, SharePoint 2010 now offers a topology for you!
This session is presented by
Spencer Harbar during SharePoint Connections 2010 in Amsterdam.
Spencer Harbar is an enterprise architect who helps organizations implement and drive value from solutions based upon Microsoft SharePoint. With over fifteen years of commercial experience in the architecture, design, development, deployment and operational service management of Web-based applications and hosting platforms, his broad base of fundamental skills routinely enables Europe’s largest organizations to succeed with SharePoint.
Spencer delivers enterprise content management and portal systems architecture, design, development and deployment solutions, application security best practices, threat modeling and the implementation of highly available Windows Server-based hosting platforms. He is also pretty handy with single-pixel GIFs. Product expertise includes SharePoint technologies, MCMS, IIS, SQL Server, Commerce Server and BizTalk Server, Windows Security, Active Directory, Identity Integration Server and High Availability. Spencer is one of 22 people worldwide currently to hold the Microsoft Certified Master for SharePoint 2007 certification, and a Microsoft Certified Master Instructor for the Enterprise Content Management, Web Content Management, Excel Services and Security elements of the SharePoint MCM.
Published Date: February 04, 2010
SharePoint Connections 2010 Amsterdam