- Understanding the SharePoint Server Roles
- Understanding the Reasons for Deploying Multiple Farms
- Choosing the Right Hardware for SharePoint
- Determining Optimal Operating System Configuration
- Planning for Database and Additional Software
- Examining Real-World SharePoint 2013 Deployments
- Addressing Common Business Issues with SharePoint Features
- Deploying a Team Collaboration Solution with SharePoint
- Deploying a Corporate Intranet Solution with SharePoint
- Deploying a Customer Extranet Solution with SharePoint
- Best Practices
Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 is a powerful tool that can enable knowledge workers to become more productive with a wide array of built-in tools and web parts. To take advantage of these features, however, the SharePoint environment must be properly designed and all the SharePoint components fully understood by the administrator in charge of designing the environment.
With SharePoint 2013 design knowledge, an administrator can properly scope and scale the infrastructure to handle anywhere from a handful of users to a large, distributed deployment of hundreds of thousands of users, enabling those users to take full advantage of the productivity gains that can be realized from the platform.