Posts tagged: architecture

Determining SQL Requirements for SharePoint

By , January 11, 2010 12:24 pm

Joel Oleson has a good post about determining your SQL server requirements in your SharePoint implementation.  A good resource for planning.

10 Key Questions Determining SharePoint SQL Server Count

Great SharePoint 2010 Planning Reference

By , January 11, 2010 11:13 am

Here is a list of SharePoint 2010 Architecture and Planning links.  I am mainly capturing this link for future reference!

http://rdacollab.blogspot.com/2010/01/sharepoint-2010-planning-and.html

Omaha SharePoint User Group

By , December 17, 2009 10:27 am

I presented at the Omaha SharePoint User Group last night (12/16/2009).  Good meeting and a great discussion.  I did the same presentation that I did at SharePoint Saturday – Kansas City.  One thing I did find out was that my tag that has my contact information was password protected.  Talk about a downer.  Here’s a cool little application that allows mobile phone users to capture information using their phone camera and then my tag doesn’t work.  Oh well.  Not everything can go perfectly.  I have updated my tag settings and updated the tag on this website in case someone wants to try it again.  Let me know if you use the TAG and what your results were.

For more information about the Omaha SharePoint User Group or other Microsoft user groups in Omaha, go to the Omaha Microsoft Technology Group website.

Omaha Microsoft Technology Group

SharePoint Saturday – Kansas City

By , December 13, 2009 11:53 am

I presented “What I Wish I Knew Before I Implemented SharePoint” at SharePoint Saturday in Kansas City on 12/12/2009.  This is a 100-level presentation that is meant to be a general overview of the process of implementing SharePoint.

I enjoyed my time there and for those in my session, you can download the slide-deck here.

Also, for reference, here are a list of links that I referenced during the session.

SharePoint Shepherds Guide for End Users

EndUserSharePoint.com

SharePoint Deployment Planning Services

SharePoint Website at Microsoft

WSSDemo.com

Slide Deck: SharePoint Saturday KC 2009 I Wish Id Known That

You can also get my contact information from my tag.

********  UPDATE ***********

I was informed that my tag was password protected.  Lo-and-behold, it was and so I created a new tag.  This one should not be password protected.

******** UPDATE ************

Dave Petersen Contact

What I Wish I Knew Before I Implemented SharePoint

By , September 30, 2009 1:37 pm

I just submitted my presentation for SharePoint Saturday – Kansas City on 12-12-2009. I have given many presentations but never at a SharePoint conference.   I am stoked!   Here’s a brief outline.    I would appreciate any feedback or suggestions.


I wish I knew that before I implemented SharePoint!

I have heard that statement many times. In fact, I have uttered that exact phrase at least once! Because of the different ways SharePoint is introduced into organizations, sometimes things just don’t go right. This session will help you formulate a plan and give you pointers to successfully implement SharePoint in your organization.

Topics Covered

  1. What are we building? Beyond the hype!
  2. Who’s playing? Selecting your team.
  3. Don’t forget HAL. What hardware do we have?
  4. Lock it up. What security?
  5. Someone has to install it!
  6. Wire Me Up! Why wire frames are your best friend.
  7. Sites, Webs, Libraries, Lists! Lions, Tigers and Bears. Oh my!
  8. Governance. The who, what, when, where, how.
  9. You say meeta, I say meta. Beyond the file system.
  10. Train! Stay on track.

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