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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

Course Price
Upgrading and Updating SharePoint 2016 $74.95
Monitor, Tune, and Troubleshoot SharePoint 2016 $74.95
Planning and Installing SharePoint 2016 $74.95
Ensuring SharePoint 2016 Stability $74.95
SharePoint 2016 Security $74.95
Interconnecting SharePoint 2016 $74.95
SharePoint 2016 Content Management $74.95
SharePoint 2016 Service Applications $74.95
SharePoint 2016 Taxonomy and Search $74.95

Bundle Price: $319.00
Total Savings: $355.55


Upgrading and Updating SharePoint 2016

If you have managed SharePoint for five years or more, you know that this product, like so many, is a moving target. Versions change, and SharePoint 2013 can be upgraded to SharePoint 2016 using a database migration method. Additionally, the SharePoint 2016 environment should be kept bug-free and secure, which requires regular patching, and is now provided by Zero Downtime Patching. In this course, you will learn to upgrade a SharePoint 2013 farm to SharePoint 2016 and to correctly patch your SharePoint 2016 farm.
  • start the course
  • describe the challenges and solutions available for patching SharePoint 2016
  • plan and configure SharePoint 2016 Zero Downtime Patching
  • describe the relevant concerns in evaluating SharePoint 2016 content and customizations before upgrading
  • perform migration precheck tasks before upgrading to SharePoint 2016
  • analyze content database test results before upgrading to SharePoint 2016
  • configure web application authentication for upgrading to SharePoint 2016
  • resolve orphan objects before upgrading to SharePoint 2016
  • resolve missing file system components before upgrading to SharePoint 2016
  • resolve configuration conflict issues before upgrading to SharePoint 2016
  • plan removal of servers in rotation during an upgrade for SharePoint 2016
  • configure a parallel upgrade for SharePoint 2016
  • configure read-only access during an upgrade for content for SharePoint 2016
  • configure upgrade farms for SharePoint 2016
  • measure upgrade performance for SharePoint 2016
  • plan an installation sequence for SharePoint 2016
  • perform an upgrade by migration to SharePoint 2016
  • plan and migrate SharePoint On-premises to SharePoint Online or a hybrid topology
  • determine which configurations might prevent a successful SharePoint 2016 upgrade

Monitor, Tune, and Troubleshoot SharePoint 2016

SharePoint 2016 is a volatile product with many (virtual) moving parts. In order to keep your SharePoint farm running smoothly, you will need to be both proactive and reactive, ensuring that your system can handle its workload and then resolving issues that will inevitably arise. In this course, you will learn to monitor, tune, and troubleshoot the SharePoint infrastructure.
  • start the course
  • understand the requirements associated with monitoring SharePoint 2016
  • configure SharePoint 2016 performance counter capture
  • configure SharePoint 2016 page performance monitoring
  • configure SharePoint 2016 usage and health providers
  • monitor and forecast SharePoint 2016 storage needs
  • monitor SharePoint 2016 hybrid cloud deployments
  • describe the goals and limitations of tuning a SharePoint 2016 environment for optimization
  • plan for SharePoint 2016 capacity software boundaries
  • tune SharePoint 2016 network performance
  • plan and configure SQL optimization for SharePoint 2016
  • plan and configure a SharePoint 2016 caching strategy
  • describe the tools and techniques of SharePoint troubleshooting
  • establish SharePoint 2016 baseline performance
  • perform SharePoint 2016 client-side tracing
  • perform SharePoint 2016 server-side tracing
  • analyze SharePoint 2016 usage data
  • enable a SharePoint 2016 Developer Dashboard
  • analyze SharePoint 2016 diagnostic logs
  • troubleshoot SharePoint 2016 hybrid cloud issues
  • track down the correct information needed to help you resolve a SharePoint 2016 trouble ticket

Planning and Installing SharePoint 2016

No two installations of SharePoint 2016 will look identical. A sharp admin will plan for an effective installation based on multiple - and sometimes conflicting - needs. In this course, you will learn about the planning and implementation of a SharePoint installation.
  • start the course
  • recognize the goals of a SharePoint installation
  • design a SharePoint 2016 server farm topology by using MinRole
  • design a SharePoint 2016 storage architecture, including ReFS and plan for large file support
  • plan SharePoint 2016 server load balancing, network infrastructure, and basic request management
  • define individual SharePoint 2016 server requirements
  • plan a SharePoint 2016 app hosting model
  • perform GUI or scripted deployments of SharePoint 2016
  • plan and configure SharePoint 2016 service connection points and installation tracking and auditing
  • identify logical elements of a SharePoint architecture
  • provide and configure web applications
  • create and maintain site collections
  • navigate using touch-based interface
  • plan the use of information management policies, document fingerprinting, and encryption
  • configure a SharePoint topology using MinRole-based assignments

Ensuring SharePoint 2016 Stability

SharePoint 2016 can quickly become the fulcrum for the workflow of business. As its usefulness grows in your organization, so does the need to keep SharePoint up and running and, in a worst-case scenario, able to be rebuilt. In this course, you will learn to use the tools needed to keep SharePoint highly available and to use the backup and restore features that are available at different levels of the SharePoint hierarchy.
  • start the course
  • describe the tools and techniques used to create a highly available SharePoint 2016 environment
  • plan for SharePoint 2016 service distribution
  • plan for SharePoint 2016 physical server distribution and server load balancing
  • plan for SharePoint 2016 network and storage redundancy
  • plan for SQL Server aliases for SharePoint 2016
  • plan for SQL Server clustering for SharePoint 2016
  • plan for SQL Server AlwaysOn Availability Groups for SharePoint 2016
  • plan for SQL Server Log Shipping for SharePoint 2016
  • describe the tools and techniques used to create a recoverable SharePoint 2016 environment
  • create a regular backup schedule in SharePoint or in SQL Server
  • plan for SharePoint 2016 farm configuration recovery
  • plan for SharePoint 2016 service application recovery
  • plan for SharePoint 2016 content recovery
  • plan a SharePoint 2016 nonproduction environment content refresh
  • configure a SharePoint 2016 recovery solution using SQL Database running in Azure and other Azure backup solutions
  • use the most appropriate method to recover a SharePoint 2016 farm

SharePoint 2016 Security

SharePoint is a trusted tool for volatile corporate data. Loss or leakage of this data could be catastrophic. Therefore, a core mission of any SharePoint farm administrator is to secure this environment correctly, while still allowing appropriate delegated authority. In this course, you will learn how to secure SharePoint at the Farm, Application, and Site Collection levels.
  • start the course
  • identify farm level security issues that need management in SharePoint 2016
  • configure farm security settings in SharePoint 2016
  • identify web application level security issues that need management in SharePoint 2016
  • plan and configure web application authentication settings in SharePoint 2016
  • plan connection encryption in SharePoint 2016
  • plan and configure anonymous access and web application policies in SharePoint 2016
  • identify SharePoint 2016 site collection and site level security issues that need management
  • plan and configure SharePoint 2016 users and groups
  • use SharePoint 2016 permissions settings as well as SharePoint sharing tools
  • manage SharePoint 2016 anonymous access and HTML field security
  • plan and configure SharePoint 2016 information rights management (IRM)
  • identify SharePoint 2016 service application security issues that need management
  • plan for SharePoint 2016 Kerberos support for service applications
  • configure SharePoint 2016 delegated service application administration
  • create a SharePoint 2016 environment that has secure authentication and authorization

Interconnecting SharePoint 2016

SharePoint supports extensibility to other products so that a business's data can be visible without having to leave the SharePoint site. This extensibility also includes support for the cloud integration with SharePoint Online. In this course, you will learn how to integrate SharePoint Online, Office Online, Exchange, Project, and develop business intelligence (BI) solutions in SharePoint.
  • start the course
  • describe the needs of integrating SharePoint with other Microsoft products
  • plan and install Office Online Server
  • connect SharePoint 2016 and Office Online
  • connect SharePoint 2016 and Exchange Server
  • connect SharePoint 2016 and Project Server 2016
  • connect SharePoint 2016 farms to each other
  • install SharePoint Insights and Server Telemetry features
  • describe the tools used to extract Business Intelligence in SharePoint 2016
  • plan and configure PerformancePoint and BI security
  • plan and configure reporting services
  • plan and configure PowerView
  • plan and configure PowerPivot
  • plan and configure Excel Services (Office Online only)
  • describe the structure and purpose of a SharePoint 2016 hybrid architecture
  • configure SharePoint 2016 hybrid cloud settings
  • configure SharePoint 2016 connections to Access Control Service and authentication for hybrid cloud deployment
  • configure SharePoint 2016 hybrid search settings
  • configure SharePoint 2016 hybrid features including OneDrive Redirection, Hybrid Audiences, and Picker tools
  • configure hybrid SharePoint 2016 Business Data Connection Services (BCS)
  • correctly configure hybrid SharePoint 2016 settings

SharePoint 2016 Content Management

SharePoint 2016 can be used for powerful document and records management within an intranet and for streamlined web management when used in an Internet model. In this course, you will learn to deploy and use the SharePoint tools for enterprise content management and web content management.
  • start the course
  • define and understand what SharePoint 2016 Enterprise Content Management (ECM) supports
  • plan and configure SharePoint 2016 E-Discovery
  • plan and configure SharePoint 2016 document routing
  • plan and configure SharePoint 2016 co-authoring
  • plan and configure SharePoint 2016 durable links
  • plan and configure SharePoint 2016 record disposition and retention
  • plan SharePoint 2016 large document repositories
  • plan and configure SharePoint 2016 software boundaries
  • plan and configure SharePoint 2016 data loss prevention, in-place holds, and document deletion features
  • define and understand what SharePoint 2016 web content management (WCM) supports
  • plan and configure SharePoint 2016 channels
  • plan and configure SharePoint 2016 product catalog and topic pages
  • plan and configure SharePoint 2016 Design Manager
  • plan and configure SharePoint 2016 content deployment
  • plan and configure SharePoint 2016 display templates
  • plan and configure SharePoint 2016 variations
  • correctly define a records management site for disposition and retention

SharePoint 2016 Service Applications

SharePoint supports extensibility in many ways because it is a multitool waiting for you to use it correctly. Many of those tools come in the form of configuring service applications correctly to provide the support your business needs. In this course, you will learn how to configure service applications for social computing, database retrieval, and extensibility with SharePoint add-ins.
  • start the course
  • define and understand the components of SharePoint social computing
  • create a SharePoint UPA
  • secure and configure a UPA application
  • configure SharePoint My Sites
  • configure SharePoint's Yammer settings
  • plan and configure community sites
  • define and understand the importance of the BCS and Secure Store Applications
  • create and secure a BCS model
  • incorporate BCS into site data and search
  • create and configure a Secure Store Application
  • incorporate the Secure Store Service with BCS
  • understand how SharePoint can be extended with farm solutions, sandbox solutions, and add-ins
  • deploy and upgrade farm solutions
  • deploy and manage sandbox solutions
  • create and configure the App Store
  • create and configure App Store subscriptions
  • deploy add-ins (apps) in SharePoint
  • describe the purpose of several additional SharePoint Service Applications
  • create and configure Access Services in SharePoint 2016
  • create and configure Visio Services in SharePoint 2016
  • create and configure Word Automation Services in SharePoint 2016
  • create and configure PowerPoint Conversion in SharePoint 2016
  • create and configure Translation Services in SharePoint 2016
  • deploy the correct SharePoint 2016 service application for a given scenario

SharePoint 2016 Taxonomy and Search

Every organization has its own set of words that are used to define its data. With a correctly defined information architecture, SharePoint provides the tools needed to effectively navigate, filter, and search out data. In this course, you will learn how to define your information architecture using managed metadata services and how to find your data using search.
  • start the course
  • define and understand how information architecture and taxonomy is used in SharePoint 2016
  • create and configure the SharePoint 2016 managed metadata service
  • create SharePoint 2016 terms and terms sets to define custom properties in MMS
  • create and propagate content types using the content type hub in SharePoint 2016
  • use the MMS terms within a site as available data values in SharePoint 2016
  • use the MMS terms for SharePoint 2016 managed navigation
  • planning SharePoint 2016 enterprise search
  • define SharePoint 2016 search content sources and crawl schedules
  • manage SharePoint 2016 query rules, keywords, synonyms, and other search aids
  • use crawl rules to manage SharePoint 2016 search performance
  • use SharePoint 2016 result sources, search schema, analytics, and the enterprise search site
  • use SharePoint 2016 display templates and result types
  • identify when and how to enable search engine optimization settings in SharePoint 2016
  • configure the correct settings for SharePoint 2016 enterprise search based upon a given scenario
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Managing Microsoft SharePoint Server 2016: 70-339 e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    271396
  • Duration:
    n/a
  • Price:
    $319