We’re happy to announce that Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Administrator's Pocket Consultant has shipped to the printer! This book will be available for purchase in late June, but if you happen to have a subscription to Safari Books Online, you can start reading it as early as next week.
Part I Deploying SharePoint Server 2010 Chapter 1 Deploying SharePoint Server 2010 Chapter 2 Scaling to a MultiServer Farm Chapter 3 Configuring Core Operations Chapter 4 Building and Managing Web Applications Chapter 5 Creating and Managing Site Collections Chapter 6 Configuring Service Applications
Part II Configuring SharePoint Server 2010 Chapter 7 Web Parts, Features, and Solutions Chapter 8 Configuring the Search Service Application Chapter 9 Managing the Search Experience Chapter 10 Enterprise Content Types and Metadata Chapter 11 Document Management Chapter 12 Records Management Chapter 13 Portals and Collaboration Chapter 14 User Profiles and My Sites
Part III Operating SharePoint Server 2010 Chapter 15 Configuring Policies and Security Chapter 16 Monitoring, Logging, and Availability Chapter 17 Upgrading to SharePoint Server 2010 Chapter 18 Backup and Restore Appendix A Working with Windows PowerShell and SharePoint 2010
From the beginning of the project, the SharePoint Server 2010 Administrator’s Pocket Consultant was written to be a concise and accurate guide that you can use when you have questions about SharePoint Server 2010 administration. The purpose of the Administrator’s Pocket Consultants series is to give you valuable, real-world information in an easily referenced format. A thorough index has been provided to help you quickly find the information you need. This is a guide you will want close by when working with the new versions of SharePoint Products and Technologies. This book provides administrative procedures, quick answers, tips, and tested design examples. In addition, it covers some of the most difficult tasks, such as scaling out to a server farm and implementing disaster recovery. It also covers many of the new Windows PowerShell commands now needed for building and maintaining SharePoint Server. The text contains illustrative examples of many advanced tasks required to implement a SharePoint Products solution for almost any size of organization. Who Is This Book For? SharePoint Server 2010 Administrator’s Pocket Consultant covers SharePoint Server 2010 Standard and SharePoint Server 2010 Enterprise editions. This book is designed for the following: ■ Administrators migrating from Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 and SharePoint Server 2007 ■ Administrators who are experienced with Windows Server 2008 and Internet Information Services ■ Current SharePoint Foundation 2010 and SharePoint Server 2010 administrators ■ Administrators who are new to Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Technologies ■ Technology specialists, such as site collection administrators, search administrators, and Web designers.
Because this book is limited in size, and I wanted to give you the maximum value, I assumed a basic knowledge of Windows Server 2008, Active Directory, Internet Information Services (IIS), SQL Server, and Web browsers. These technologies are not presented directly, but this book contains material on all of these topics that relate to the administrative tasks of SharePoint Products. How Is This Book Organized? SharePoint Server 2010 Administrator’s Pocket Consultant is written to be a daily reference for administrative tasks. The ability to quickly find and use information is the hallmark of this book. For this reason, the book is organized into job-related tasks. It has an expanded table of contents and an extensive index for locating relevant answers. In addition, there is an appendix for many of the new SharePoint Sever 2010 Windows PowerShell cmdlets. If you are looking for a comprehensive guide to implementing SharePoint Products, you should consider purchasing the Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2010 Administrator’s Companion, since the books in the Administrator’s Pocket Consultant series are stripped to the bare essentials required to complete a task.
The book is organized into three parts and eighteen chapters:
Congratulations, Mr. Curry for another outstanding effort!
Congratz looking forward for this book