Room - 3062
11:30 - Pizza and soda 11:40 - Intro 11:45 - Session 12:45 - Sponsor Chat The Ultimate SharePoint Infrastructure Best Practices Session
There are a myriad number of approaches to design and architecture of SharePoint servers, not all of which are ideal, however. Since the design of a SharePoint environment is subsequently critical to its performance and functionality, it is critical to understand what are the best practices around SharePoint infrastructure design. SharePoint architects need to be aware of the various installation options, the differences between SharePoint search architecture models, how and when to virtualize SharePoint, and ways to optimize the SQL Database tier of SharePoint. This session goes right to the heart of the matter, providing for physical and virtual architecture guidelines and specific configuration settings that can immediately be used to construct best practice SharePoint 2010 environments. In addition, a high level look at architecture changes in SharePoint 2013 and new models at the data tier in SQL 2012 are outlined. Real world advice obtained from the presenter’s experience designing hundreds of production SharePoint farms is provided, and the installation options are discussed frankly.
About the Speaker
Michael is a world renown expert in information management, identity and security, and business continuity with over 20-years of real world experience helping organizations achieve efficiencies in information systems. Michael is the technology practice lead at CCO for Infrastructure Compliance that helps organizations plan, implement, and integrate single sign-on security and endpoint user identity across systems and applications both on-premise and in the cloud. In 2012, Michael achieved a milestone only a handful of experts can claim which is to be a paid public speaker on all 7 continents in the world in a single year. Michael meets with executives and technologists around the world to understand global trends in information access, management, and compliance support so that he can share that knowledge and help others better prepare for information system challenges ahead of them. Michael has written over 2 dozen global bestselling books and has spoken in over 100 cities and countries around the globe. Michael received his Bachelor of Arts (BA) from the University of Minnesota Twin Cities in Russian Area Studies.