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06/05/2012

Information in Motion

Webinar Three: SharePoint Deployment Options

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Welcome and Introductions

EasyStreet Online Services & Chrysalis | BTS

EasyStreet Online Services

Founded in 1995

Offers single-node and

high-availability Private Clouds

Offers Microsoft® SharePoint® 2010

as a Platform-as-a-Service

Delivered as dedicated SharePoint 2010

Chrysalis | Business Technology Services

Drive meaningful improvement in the

organizational performance through the

strategic application of technology solutions

Business process optimization

Business application implementation

and management

Specialization in Microsoft SharePoint

Dave Healey, Managing Partner

20 years industry experience

Knowledge & Information Mgmt.

Andrew Hopkins, Principal Consultant

22 years industry experience

Enterprise Information Management

Dean Oswald, VP Sales

25 years industry experience

Strategic Business Relationships

Steve Knipple, VP Engineering & Ops

15 years industry experience

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Using WebEx

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Information In Motion

Understanding SharePoint’s Key Capabilities and Deployment Options

Webinar Title

Date

1) Getting Started with SharePoint

10am PST, May 8, 2012

2) SharePoint Advanced Capabilities

10am PST, May 22, 2012

3) SharePoint Deployment Options

10am PST, June 5, 2012

http://easystreet.com/sharepoint_webinars/

SharePoint is the fastest selling server

product in Microsoft’s long history yet

important questions about how to

unlock its full potential remain.

What does SharePoint really do?

Is it right for my organization?

How to I encourage adoption?

How do I manage it?

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Many details when deployment planning

But only two primary considerations when

determining business value and aligning to

technology strategy

How effectively do the

application

and

infrastructure

capabilities

and

characteristics

impact and align to our

business objectives and strategy

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Deployment Platform Considerations

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Deployment Platforms & The Business

Business Impacts & Considerations

CapEx vs. OpEx

Fixed vs. variable

Startup

migration, recurring

Network

Cost

Deployment

Response

Scalability

Provisioning

Flexibility

Speed

Audit & Compliance

Security

Information Management

Availability & Performance

Interoperability

Organization

Vendor

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Deployment Platform Options

Understanding Deployment Platform Scenarios and Types

Legend

Benefit

Consideration

Scenario

On-Premise

B: Control

C: CapEx, Skills

S: Data Sovereignty

Compliance

Hosted

B: Speed, OpEx

C: Scalability,

App Capability,

Shared Resource Pool

S: Business Partner / Extranet,

Distributed Collaboration

Office 365

B: Speed, OpEx

C: App Capability,

App Extensibility

S: Branch Office, Extranet,

Marketing, Hybrid

Cloud

B: Speed, OpEx

Flexibility,

Scale, Compliance,

Management, Hybrid

C: IT Dep’t Shift to Strategy v Ops

S: Full Featured SP Req’ts,

Managed Infrastructure

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APPLICATION CHARACTERISTICS

SharePoint Deployment Options

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Application Deployment Considerations

Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Functional Capabilities and Characteristics

Example Solution Types

Corporate Portals

Partner, Supplier Extranet

Public Web Presence

Document and

Records Management

Compliance Initiatives

Project Management

Dashboard and Scorecards

Reporting and Analysis

Functional & Industry Solutions

Finance, Operations,

Sales Human Resources

Financial Services, Government,

Healthcare & Life Sciences,

Manufacturing, Retail

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Document Management

B

u

sin

ess

In

tellig

en

ce

Client &

Device Support

LoB

In

tegr

at

ion

Application Enabling Technologies

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Document Management

B

u

sin

ess

In

tellig

en

ce

Client &

Device Support

LoB

In

tegr

at

ion

Enabling Technology Maturity

Understanding SharePoint Technology Capabilities by Product SKU

1

Level One

Rudimentary

3

Level Two

Established

Level Three 2

Effective

Level Four 4

Adaptive

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Document Management

B

u

sin

ess

In

tellig

en

ce

Client &

Device Support

LoB

In

tegr

at

ion

Enabling Technology Maturity by SKU

Understanding SharePoint Technology Capabilities by Product SKU

SharePoint 2010

Foundation

1 Level One 3 Level Two 2 Level Three 4 Level Four

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Document Management

B

u

sin

ess

In

tellig

en

ce

Client &

Device Support

LoB

In

tegr

at

ion

Enabling Technology Maturity by SKU

Understanding SharePoint Technology Capabilities by Product SKU

SharePoint 2010

Foundation

SharePoint 2010

Standard Edition

1 Level One 3 Level Two 2 Level Three 4 Level Four

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Document Management

B

u

sin

ess

In

tellig

en

ce

Client &

Device Support

LoB

In

tegr

at

ion

Enabling Technology Maturity by SKU

Understanding SharePoint Technology Capabilities by Product SKU

SharePoint 2010

Foundation

SharePoint 2010

Standard Edition

SharePoint 2010

Enterprise Edition

1 Level One 3 Level Two 2 Level Three 4 Level Four

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SHAREPOINT FOUNDATION VS

SHAREPOINT ENTERPRISE

Demonstration

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Enabling Technology Maturity Summary

SharePoint Enabling Technologies by Product SKU

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Enabling Technologies

Windows SharePoint

Foundation 2010

Standard Edition

SharePoint 2010

Enterprise Edition

SharePoint 2010

Forms

0

1

3

LOB Integration

1

1

3

Workflow

1

1

2

Document Management

2

3

3

Records Management

2

2

3

Information & Access Control

2

3

3

Business Intelligence

1

1

3

Information Architecture

1

2

3

Search

1

3

4

Client & Device Support

2

2

3

Governance & Policy Management

1

3

3

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PLATFORM CHARACTERISTICS

SharePoint Deployment Options

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Deployment Platforms & Enabling Technologies

Enabling SharePoint Technology Maturity by Platform

SharePoint On-Prem Hosted O365 Cloud

Enabling Technologies On-Premise Hosted

(Shared Resources)

Hosted

(Dedicated Resources) Office 365 Public Cloud

Virtual Private Cloud Forms LOB Integration Workflow Document Management Records Management Information & Access Control Business Intelligence

Information Architecture Search

Client & Device Support

Governance & Policy Management Enterprise 2.0 & Social Media

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Deployment Platforms & Enabling Technologies

Enabling SharePoint Technology Maturity by Platform

SharePoint On-Prem Hosted O365 Cloud

Enabling Technologies On-Premise Hosted

(Shared Resources)

Hosted

(Dedicated Resources) Office 365 Public Cloud

Virtual Private Cloud Forms

3

LOB Integration

3

Workflow

2

Document Management

3

Records Management

3

Information & Access Control

3

Business Intelligence

3

Information Architecture

3

Search

4

Client & Device Support

3

Governance & Policy Management

3

Enterprise 2.0 & Social Media

3

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Deployment Platforms & Enabling Technologies

Enabling SharePoint Technology Maturity by Platform

SharePoint On-Prem Hosted O365 Cloud

Enabling Technologies On-Premise Hosted

(Shared Resources)

Hosted

(Dedicated Resources) Office 365 Public Cloud

Virtual Private Cloud Forms

3

0

3

LOB Integration

3

1

3

Workflow

2

1

2

Document Management

3

2

3

Records Management

3

1

3

Information & Access Control

3

2

3

Business Intelligence

3

1

3

Information Architecture

3

1

3

Search

4

1

4

Client & Device Support

3

2

3

Governance & Policy Management

3

1

3

Enterprise 2.0 & Social Media

3

1

3

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Deployment Platforms & Enabling Technologies

Enabling SharePoint Technology Maturity by Platform

SharePoint On-Prem Hosted O365 Cloud

Enabling Technologies On-Premise Hosted

(Shared Resources)

Hosted

(Dedicated Resources) Office 365 Public Cloud

Virtual Private Cloud Forms

3

0

3

3

LOB Integration

3

1

3

1

Workflow

2

1

2

2

Document Management

3

2

3

3

Records Management

3

1

3

2

Information & Access Control

3

2

3

2

Business Intelligence

3

1

3

1

Information Architecture

3

1

3

2

Search

4

1

4

2

Client & Device Support

3

2

3

3

Governance & Policy Management

3

1

3

2

Enterprise 2.0 & Social Media

3

1

3

3

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Deployment Platforms & Enabling Technologies

Enabling SharePoint Technology Maturity by Platform

SharePoint On-Prem Hosted O365 Cloud

Enabling Technologies On-Premise Hosted

(Shared Resources)

Hosted

(Dedicated Resources) Office 365 Public Cloud

Virtual Private Cloud Forms

3

0

3

3

3

3

LOB Integration

3

1

3

1

3

3

Workflow

2

1

2

2

2

2

Document Management

3

2

3

3

3

3

Records Management

3

1

3

2

3

3

Information & Access Control

3

2

3

2

3

3

Business Intelligence

3

1

3

1

3

3

Information Architecture

3

1

3

2

3

3

Search

4

1

4

2

4

4

Client & Device Support

3

2

3

3

3

3

Governance & Policy Management

3

1

3

2

3

3

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Deployment Platforms & Enabling Technologies

Enabling SharePoint Technology Maturity by Platform

SharePoint On-Prem Hosted O365 Cloud

Deployment

Platform Characteristics On-Premise (Shared Resources)Hosted

Hosted

(Dedicated Resources) Office 365

Public Cloud (IaaS) Virtual Private Cloud Cost Model

-

Deployment

-

Response

-

Scalability

-

Provisioning

-

Flexibility

-

Security

-

Audit & Compliance

-

Availability & Performance

-

Application Capability

-

Application Integration

-

Application Extension

-

Application Customization

-

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Deployment Platforms & Enabling Technologies

Enabling SharePoint Technology Maturity by Platform

SharePoint On-Prem Hosted O365 Cloud

Deployment

Platform Characteristics On-Premise (Shared Resources)Hosted

Hosted

(Dedicated Resources) Office 365

Public Cloud (IaaS) Virtual Private Cloud Cost Model

-

Deployment

-

Response

-

Scalability

-

Provisioning

-

Flexibility

-

Security

-

Audit & Compliance

-

Availability & Performance

-

Application Capability

-

Application Integration

-

Application Extension

-

Application Customization

-

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Deployment Platforms & Enabling Technologies

Enabling SharePoint Technology Maturity by Platform

SharePoint On-Prem Hosted O365 Cloud

Deployment

Platform Characteristics On-Premise (Shared Resources)Hosted

Hosted

(Dedicated Resources) Office 365

Public Cloud (IaaS) Virtual Private Cloud Cost Model

-

Deployment

-

Response

-

Scalability

-

Provisioning

-

Flexibility

-

Security

-

Audit & Compliance

-

Availability & Performance

-

Application Capability

-

Application Integration

-

Application Extension

-

Application Customization

-

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Deployment Platforms & Enabling Technologies

Enabling SharePoint Technology Maturity by Platform

SharePoint On-Prem Hosted O365 Cloud

Deployment

Platform Characteristics On-Premise (Shared Resources)Hosted

Hosted

(Dedicated Resources) Office 365

Public Cloud (IaaS) Virtual Private Cloud Cost Model

-

Deployment

-

Response

-

Scalability

-

Provisioning

-

Flexibility

-

Security

-

Audit & Compliance

-

Availability & Performance

-

Application Capability

-

Application Integration

-

Application Extension

-

Application Customization

-

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Deployment Platforms & Enabling Technologies

Enabling SharePoint Technology Maturity by Platform

SharePoint On-Prem Hosted O365 Cloud

Deployment

Platform Characteristics On-Premise (Shared Resources)Hosted

Hosted

(Dedicated Resources) Office 365

Public Cloud (IaaS) Virtual Private Cloud Cost Model

-

Deployment

-

Response

-

Scalability

-

Provisioning

-

Flexibility

-

Security

-

Audit & Compliance

-

Availability & Performance

-

Application Capability

-

Application Integration

-

Application Extension

-

Application Customization

-

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Healthcare Network Provider

20 Employees, 250+ Healthcare Providers,

50+ Network Providers

Provides Urban Healthcare Providers with

robust network solutions

Challenge

Existing on-premise solution lacked scalability

Application architecture not aligned with

business and performance requirements

Needed periodic scalability

Solution Benefits

Solution scale on demand based on periodic

customer consumption

Application and information architecture

aligned with core business functions

Accurate and timely reporting/billing

Better visibility into provider utilization

Healthcare Network Provider employs SharePoint for Improved Business Management

SharePoint Cloud: Virtual Private Network

Microsoft SharePoint 2010

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“It’s like a day at the Spa!!

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Contact Information

Dean Oswald

EasyStreet Inline Services

(503) 671-1884

gdoswald@easystreet.com

Dave Healey

Chrysalis | BTS

(206) 734-9414

dhealey@chrysalisbts.com

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presented by

Dave Healey

dhealey@chrysalisbts.com (206) 734-9414

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Information in Motion SharePoint webinar series

www.chrysalisbts.com/?page_id=1259

A blend of business, technical, strategic and end user perspectives, this series is designed to help

you understand SharePoint and identify its best uses for your organization

SharePoint for Business Users Training

www.chrysalisbts.com/?page_id=1233

A deep look at the SharePoint capabilities, features and services required to drive business

results. Two day, instructor led with hands on labs

Microsoft Resources

Product site – sharepoint.microsoft.com

Technet site – technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint

MSDN site – msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint

Phase 0: Assessment Workshop

dhealey@chrysalisbts.com

Identify and prioritize opportunities for impact with SharePoint,

build business case and team consensus

SharePoint Virtual Private Cloud Lab

dhealey@chrysalisbts.com

Build team consensus, trial ideas or test and prove capability quickly and cost effectively in our

secure, isolated SharePoint Virtual Private Cloud Lab

Additional Resources & Getting Started

Beginning Your SharePoint Journey

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