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Microsoft SharePoint 2013: Designing and Architecting Solutions


It has been quite some time since my last blog post. With the release of SharePoint 2013, I spent my focus working on my new book Microsoft SharePoint 2013: Designing and Architecting Solutions; it will be published by MS Press. I also don’t like to blog about a product that hasn’t RTM’d yet. Microsoft has a way of changing the product and many of the early blog posts become meaningless.

My book is due for completion in January and I am hoping for a release around March. The chapter line up looks like this:

Chapter 1: Understanding the Microsoft SharePoint 15 Architecture                   

 Chapter 2: Introducing Windows PowerShell and the Wave 15 cmdlets               

Chapter 3: Gathering Requirements

Chapter 4: Understanding the Service Application Model                                             

 Chapter 5: Designing for SharePoint’s Storage Requirements                                   

Chapter 6: Mapping Authentication and Authorization to Requirements            

Chapter 7: Designing for Platform Security                                                                            

Chapter 8: Planning an Upgrade Strategy                                                                                

Chapter 9: Maintaining and Monitoring Microsoft SharePoint                                    

Chapter 10: Planning your Business Continuity Management Strategy

Chapter 11: Validating Your Architecture

I have learned quite a bit by researching the book and hope to get some blog content out after SPC 2012.

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  1. Theo Medeiros
    May 14, 2013 at 2:09 am

    I bought your book on Oreilly early release media, I am salivating for the remaining part of the book. Right now, it only has Chapters 1,6,7,8,10, and 11

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