CBT Nuggets Microsoft 70-668 SharePoint 2010 Administrator PRO DVD [2011, ENG]
CBT Nuggets Microsoft 70-668 SharePoint 2010 Administrator PRO DVD | ISO | 1.02 GB
Genre: Video Training
SharePoint administrators carry a lot of clout. This Step-by-Step Training Makes Learning Easy SharePoint, and covers All of SharePoint's major troubleshooting touch-Points. As you Move through this Super-Organized Presentation you'll learn Lots of Tips and tricks That SharePoint administrators need.
Plus, you'll build a solid foundation for planing, managing and developing the SharePoint 2010 platform. AND you'll be Ready for Microsoft's 70-668 Exam, Which certifies you as am MCITP in SharePoint Administration. Prove to Employers That You're Ready to install, configure, administer, and Troubleshoot SharePoint 2010 installations and plan a SharePoint farm.
Video 1: Course Introduction | 18:25
About SharePoint 2010 Certification. How This Course Works. Tackling the 70-668 Exam. Summary: In this nugget we set the stage for the rest of the training. We explain the "ins and outs" of Microsoft SharePoint 2010 certification. We then describe how the course is structured and recommended strategies for approaching the content for maximum return on investment. Finally, We Share some Insider Tips and tricks for Passing the 70-668 Exam.
Video 2: Designing the SharePoint Physical Achitecture and Network Infrastructure | 1:04:04
Translating Information Architecture to Physical Architecture. Determining Capacity for a SharePoint 2010 Farm. Scaling Web Farm and Services Infrastructure. Summary: The primary "take home message" of this nugget is being able to describe the logical and physical infrastructure components in a SharePoint 2010 farm. We also examine capacity planning and scaling service applications both within a single farm and between two separate farms. Much of this material is foundational to what we cover in the remaining nuggets of this course. Related Exam Objectives: Translating information architecture to physical architecture; Determining capacity for a SharePoint Farm (Storage, number of users, Bandwidth Utilization, Intranet / Extranet, hardware); Scaling Web Farm and Services Infrastructure
Video 3: Designing the Logical Taxonomy | 01: 5:55
Planning for Service Applications, Web applications, and Content Databases. Planning Sites, Site collections and Subsites. Using Libraries, Folders, and Document Sets. Understanding Content Deployment. Summary: In this nugget we focus upon the elements that comprise the SharePoint 2010 logical taxonomy: service applications, Web applications, content databases, site collections, and sites. We also drill into the site level to learn best practices for deploying libraries, folders, and document sets. Finally, we understand how to use Content Deployment to schedule the movement of content from one site collection to another. Related Exam Objectives: Planning for Service Applications, Web applications, and content databases; Sites and sub-sites vs. libraries; Libraries vs. folders vs. document sets; Security Boundaries; Site hierarchy; Content Deployment path Methodology
Video 4: Planning for Farm Deployment and Sandboxed Solutions | 41:36
Planning Standalone Deployment. Planning Single-Server and Multi-Server Farms. Virtualizing SharePoint 2010. Planning Sandboxed Solutions. Summary: We begin this nugget with a consideration of the "hows and whys" of standalone deployment of SharePoint 2010. We then discuss how scaling SharePoint works, best practices for virtualizing SharePoint services, and complete the lesson with an architectural introduction of the Sandboxed Code Service. Related Exam Objectives: Sequential deployment; Planning standalone deployment (Microsoft SQL Server Express); Planning single-server farm (SQL Server); Planning multi-server deployment in an N-Tier farm; Designing a SharePoint virtual environment; Content isolation, feature deployments , and trusted Solutions
Video 5: Planning for High Availability | 42:46
Understanding Availability Metrics. Designing the Web Front End NLB Strategy. Designing SQL Server Failover Clustering. Implementing Database Mirroring. Summary: In this nugget we first master the vocabulary behind high availability services in information technology. Next, we learn about the high availability solutions Microsoft offers us for use with Windows Server 2008, SharePoint Server 2010, and SQL Server. Related Exam Objectives: Designing SQL Server failover clustering strategy; Types of availability (high-performance, acceptable downtime, Recovery Point Objective, Recovery Time Objective); Types of mirroring (high availability vs. High protection); Whole farm as a failover cluster; Designing the WFE NLB Strategy
Video 6: Planning Service Applications | 45:32
Planning Service Application Server Roles. Formulating a Business Connectivity Services Strategy. Planning a Microsoft Excel Services Strategy. Planning InfoPath Forms Services. Summary: Because the move from the Shared Services Provider (SSP) in MOSS 2007 to service applications in SharePoint 2010 is such a quantum leap, it is crucial that we understand all about their underlying architecture and deployment / management options. In this nugget we use Business Connectivity Services (BCS), Excel Services, and InfoPath Forms Services as case studies as we learn to master service applications. Related Exam Objectives: Formulating a Business Connectivity Services (BCS) Strategy; Planning a Microsoft Excel Services Strategy; Implementing a BI solution; Planning Service Application Server Roles; Planning a Web Server Strategy Forms (InfoPath Forms Services)
Video 7: Planning a SharePoint Component Strategy | 42:56
Planning Multilingual Deployment. Planning Web Parts. Planning Workflow. Planning E-mail Integration. Summary: We begin this nugget with a lesson on how to localize SharePoint content for more than one language. We then discuss planning considerations for Web part deployment, workflow development, and robust e-mail integration in SharePoint 2010. Related Exam Objectives: Web parts; Web applications; Microsoft. NET; Microsoft Silverlight; SharePoint Features and Solutions; Workflow; Site Site templates and definitions; Multilingual Deployment; Master Pages and Files layout; E-mail Integration
Video 8: Designing an Upgrade and Migration Strategy Part 1 | 25:18
Why Upgrade to SharePoint 2010? Determining a Supported Upgrade Path. Documenting Your Current Farm Environment. Summary: Here we kick off a two-part mini-series on the wild and wooly world of SharePoint upgrades. In part 1 we perform a cost / benefit analysis on why one would want to upgrade to SharePoint 2010. We then review the Microsoft-supported upgrade paths. Finally, we learn how to document our MOSS 2007 environment in preparation for upgrade. Related Exam Objectives: Supporting hardware upgrades (for example, 32 - to 64-bit); Operating system Upgrade; In-Place Upgrade; MOSS Upgrade; SQL Server Upgrade
Video 9: Designing an Upgrade and Migration Strategy Part 2 | 33:00
Understanding Upgrade Planning Tasks. Planning for In-Place Upgrade. Planning for Database Attach Upgrade. Summary: Here we continue our discussion started in the previous nugget on SharePoint 2010 upgrade. Specifically, in this nugget we review the steps involved in performing the two supported upgrade techniques for SharePoint 2010: the in-place upgrade and the database attach upgrade. Copious troubleshooting suggestions are also provided. Related Exam Objectives: Database migration; Custom features; Read-only and detached databases; Designing a test and QA implementation plan (for example, development to production); Migrating content databases; Moving content between farms; Moving content to and from the farm; Moving content within the Farm; Rollback
Video 10: Designing a SharePoint Security Architecture | 48:09
Administering SharePoint Users, Groups, and Service Accounts. Planning Security for Site Collections. Planning for Secure Sockets Layer (SSL). Summary: In this nugget we discuss information security in the context of SharePoint Server 2010. In particular, we learn how to administer Active Directory, SQL Server, and SharePoint user and group security principals. We also cover design aspects for planning site collection security. We finish with a flourish by reviewing the steps involved in extending a Web application to provide secure SSL communications. + Related Exam Objectives: Planning security for Web applications and site collections; Designing SharePoint user and group administration; Taxonomy of SharePoint security groups; Managed accounts; Site security (permission levels, list permissions, site permissions, personal permissions, default and custom security groups ); Planning for Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)
Video 11: Planning and Deploying Authentication Methods | 32:16
Planning for NTLM Authentication. Planning for Kerberos Authentication. Planning for Forms-Based Authentication. Planning for Claims Authentication. Summary: In this nugget we cover the planning and architectural considerations behind authentication in SharePoint 2010. By the end of this nugget you will understand both the basic mechanics as well as deployment "pain points" for NTLM, Kerberos, Forms, and Claims authentication. Related Exam Objectives: Planning for integration of multiple authentication sources / types; Planning for NTLM authentication; Planning for Kerberos authentication; Planning for Forms-Based Authentication (FBA); Planning for Claims Authentication (Identity and Access Management); Planning for Secure Store Service
Video 12: Planning Maintenance and Provisioning Strategies | 35:56
Planning Patching and Maintenance. Using SharePoint Health Analyzer. Rebuilding SQL Server Indexes. Summary: Patching Microsoft server products tends to be a very stress-inducing enterprise for most Windows systems administrators. In this nugget we learn Microsoft's best practices for patching SharePoint 2010. We also learn how to use the SharePoint Health Analyzer to ensure tip-top performance for the farm. Finally, we delve into SQL Server Management Studio to optimize SharePoint 2010 indexes. Related Exam Objectives: Preparing Test Plans for patching and Maintenance; SharePoint Maintenance Manager (Health Analyzer); Rebuilding SQL indexes; Search Maintenance
Video 13: Establishing an Enterprise Monitoring Plan | 45:46
Using Performance Monitoring Tools. Planning for Web Analytics. Implementing Diagnostic Logging. Summary: In this nugget we learn to use first-and third-party tools to "check the pulse" of our SharePoint 2010 servers. We begin with the Windows Server 2008 R2 Performance Monitor tool. We then examine SharePoint web analytics. Finally, we cover SharePoint Unified Logging Service (ULS) logging: how to set it up, how to review the data effectively, and so forth. Related Exam Objectives: Developing Monitoring Points for Performance and availability; Utilizing Performance Monitoring; Analyzing Search Reports; Web analytics; Diagnostic logging; Usage logging; Analyzing Health Data and usage; Validating Farm topology Against Performance Requirements
Video 14: Planning SharePoint 2010 Backup and Restore | 30:49
Developing and Testing a SharePoint Recovery Strategy. Backing Up and Restoring SharePoint Content. Recovering Data from an Unattached Content Database. Managing the SharePoint Recycle Bin. Summary: Microsoft greatly enhanced the backup and restore functionality in SharePoint 2010. In this nugget we first cover the theoretical basics. Next, we learn how to use the new backup and restore tools in SharePoint 2010, focusing on granular backup and restore, unattached content database restore, and the SharePoint Recycle Bin. Related Exam Objectives: Developing and testing recovery strategy and implementation plan; Server recovery; Site recovery; Granular backup and recovery strategy; Exporting a site or list; Recovering data from an unattached content database; Backup and restore of the following: farm, farm configuration , Site collection, Web applications, Secure Store Service, Snapshots, content Database, Configuration Database, Custom Features, Solutions, code, Service, Site, list, document Library, Performance Site collection, and Recycle Bin
Video 15: Defining Enterprise Search Requirements | 36:18
Understanding SharePoint 2010 Search Architecture. Planning Content Sources. Planning Search Scopes Determining Federation Requirements. Managing Search. Summary: In this nugget we inaugurate another two-part mini-series, this time focusing on enterprise search in SharePoint 2010. Like the introduction of service applications, search is another excellent upgrade from the search experience we configured as administrators for MOSS 2007. In part one, we understand SharePoint 2010 search architecture and basic setup of the service application. Related Exam Objectives: Types of data; Types of distribution (Internet, extranet); Segregation of data; Index file location; Index size; Federation requirements; Content sources; Search scopes; Search taxonomy; Server name mappings; Promoting or demoting exclusions; Synonyms Search and compound processing; Defining Search for Facets
Video 16: Planning a Search Topology Strategy | 2:50 p.m.
Planning an Indexing Strategy. Scaling SharePoint 2010 Search Topology. Summary: Continuing the discussion on SharePoint search that we be began in the previous nugget, now we learn to plan an index strategy. We also understand how to scale out SharePoint 2010 search for performance and fault tolerance. Related Exam Objectives: Indexing Strategy; Index partition; Query Component; Property Database; Crawler Component; Separate Crawler Servers; Administration Component
Video 17: Planning SharePoint Governance | 25:39
Understanding Governance. Developing a Governance Plan. Reviewing SharePoint 2010 Governance Features. Summary: In this nugget we unpack the technical buzzword "governance," learning what governance means in general as well as how it applies to SharePoint 2010 Deployment and ongoing usage.
Video 18: Planning Enterprise Content Management | 34:32
Planning Records Management. Planning Information Management Policies. Planning Information Rights Management. Summary: Enterprise Content Management, and its related schema called Web Content Management, are two of the biggest reasons why many organizations choose to adopt SharePoint 2010 server for their environment. In this nugget we learn the planning principles behind records management, including details on how to deploy information management policies and information rights management. Related Exam Objectives: BPM (Record Deployment); Document Management; Metadata Planning; Information Management Policies (imps); Implement Data Taxonomy Structure; Web Content Management (WCM); Information Rights Management (IRM)
Video 19: Planning for Social Computing and Collaboration | 37:54
Administering the User Profile Service. Planning for My Sites. Planning Enterprise Wikis and Blogs. Summary: In MOSS 2007, Microsoft made ??an initial foray into Web 2.0 technologies and collaboration features. Certainly, SharePoint 2010 ups the ante in this regard. In this nugget, we learn to administer the User Profile service application, which in turn drives the My Sites feature. We also cover enterprise wikis, blogs, and taxonomy tags. Related Exam Objectives: User Profile Service; User profiles; Organization profiles; Audiences; My Sites; Social Tags; Planning Enterprise wikis, blogs, and personalization sites
Video 20: Planning a Business Intelligence Strategy | 29:50
Understanding BI. Deploying PerformancePoint Services. Deploying Visio Graphics Service. Deploying Excel Services. Summary: We complete the training with a deep-dive into the world of business intelligence (BI) in SharePoint Server 2010. As a case study, we examine three representative SharePoint BI tools: PerformancePoint Services, the Visio Graphics Service, and Excel Services. Related Exam Objectives: PerformancePoint Service (dashboards and scorecards); Excel Services Service; Visio Graphics Service; SQL Reporting Services; Chart Web parts; Report Center
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