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Architecting Documents and Records Management Solutions with Microsoft Office SharePoint 2007
(Microsoft Training Course: 50050) - 2 days - £1200 exc VAT



> Target Audience
This course provides students with the knowledge and skills to design and architect document and records management solutions based on Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007. It is intended for experienced technical and solution architects who have a minimum of four years’ experience with SharePoint Technologies.
> Course outline
  1. Document and Records Management Architecture
  2. Architecting a Document and Records Management Solution
  3. Capacity Planning for Document and Records Management Solutions
  4. Performance Tuning and Optimization for Document and Records Management Solutions
  5. Extending Document and Records Management Functionality


Module 1: Document and Records Management Architecture
  • This module explains the document and records management features of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007.
  • Document and Records Management Overview
  • Document and Records Management Physical Architecture
  • Lab: Using Document and Records Management Features
Skills
  • Describe document and records management solutions and the reasons for using them.
  • Describe the physical architecture of a document and records management solution.
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Module 2: Architecting a Document and Records Management Solution
  • This module describes how to create an architectural proposal for a document and records management solution based on the requirements of all stakeholders.
  • Architectural Patterns for Document Management
  • Documents Management Logical Architecture
  • Records Management Logical Architecture
  • Lab: Architecting a Document and Records Management Solution
Skills
  • This module describes how to create an architectural proposal for a document and records management solution based on the requirements of all stakeholders.
  • Architectural Patterns for Document Management
  • Documents Management Logical Architecture
  • Records Management Logical Architecture
  • Lab: Architecting a Document and Records Management Solution
  • Describe document and records management and the features they include.
  • Describe how to create a document management logical architecture that supports functional and non-functional requirements.
  • Describe how to create a records management logical architecture that supports functional and non-functional requirements.
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Module 3: Capacity Planning for Document and Records Management Solutions
  • This module describes how to plan for content storage and test a server farm for capacity.
  • Planning Enterprise Content Storage
  • Testing a Server Farm for Capacity
  • Lab: Testing a Server for Capacity
Skills
  • Describe how to plan for document and records management storage capacity.
  • Test a server farm for capacity.
  • Present targeted business intelligence data to portal users.
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Module 4: Performance Tuning and Optimization for Document and Records Management Solutions
  • This module describes how to tune and optimize a server farm for document and records management.
  • Identifying Performance Bottlenecks in ECM Solutions
  • Optimizing Search for Document and Records Management
  • Lab Analyzing Server Load Results
Skills
  • Diagnose performance bottlenecks in document and records management solutions.
  • Tune a server farm to deliver optimum performance.
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Module 5: Extending Document and Records Management Functionality
  • This module describes how to extend functionality of document and records management by using workflows and other custom options.
  • Using Workflows to Add Functionality
  • Developing ECM Solutions
  • Lab: Developing a Document Management Solution
Skills
  • Describe how workflows can enhance document and records management solutions.
  • Describe other custom features that can enhance document and records management solutions.
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> Pre-Requisites
Before attending this course, students must have the following pre-requisites:
  • At least two years working with Office SharePoint products and technologies.
  • At least two years practical experience as a lead developer in SharePoint projects.
  • Technical expertise in Office SharePoint Server 2007.
  • At least six months combined experience as a technical and solution architect for Office SharePoint Server 2007 projects.
  • Led consulting engagements that are focused on the search technologies of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007.
  • Experience of gathering and analyzing customer requirements.
  • Completed Course 5060, Implementing Windows SharePoint Services 3.0
  • Completed Course 5061, Implementing Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007.
> Purpose
After completing this course, students will be able to describe a typical document and records management solution and explain how one can be implemented with SharePoint technologies; architect a document and records management solution based on SharePoint technologies; plan for capacity of a document and records management solution; performance tune and optimize document and records management solutions; develop custom document and records management solutions.