In Microsoft SharePoint 2016 Infrastructure, you will learn how to plan and configure a SharePoint on premise solution. You will learn about the necessary hardware and software requirements, the overall methodology to SharePoint Architecture, as well as how to deploy and configure the SharePoint environment.
This course is part of the Microsoft SharePoint Server 2016 XSeries. By completing this course, you will gain a better understanding of the infrastructure requirements of SharePoint Server 2016.
- Create an Information Architecture
- Design a Logical Architecture
- Design a Physical Architecture
- Provision a SharePoint Server Farm
- Configure Office Online Server Integration
- Knowledge of Windows Server 2012 R2 roles and features
- Foundational knowledge of SQL Server
Christina Singletary - Senior Content Developer
Christina is Senior Content Developer with the Microsoft Learning Experience group, specializing in SharePoint product and services. She has leveraged the power of SharePoint since its inception and has served in every role pertaining to the product. She holds a Masters of Business Administration in both Project Management and Marketing, and is currently working on completing her PhD in Information Technology with a focus on Collaborative Tools and Machine Learning.
Ankur Kothari - President
Ankur Kothari is a veteran in the eDiscovery business and was instrumental in launching the first iterations of eDiscovery from Microsoft. He is currently the President of Olive + Goose, a consulting company with a specialty in Office 365 and Compliance technologies. Prior to this, he has had various positions within Microsoft.
Joe Turick - Principal Consultant
Joe Turick is a Principal Consultant at Olive + Goose with an expertise on creating technical content for Office 365 and Exchange. He has a vast knowledge of the Microsoft Office server ecosystem. He previously worked as a technical service lead for Microsoft.
Elisabeth Jones - Consultant
Elisabeth Jones is a Consultant at Olive + Goose with seven years of experience in informatics and information science instruction. She has a PhD in Information Science, and has taught online and in-person courses at the University of Washington and University of Michigan.