What's deprecated in SharePoint 2016
SharePoint 2016 has removed certain features that were available in SharePoint 2013. This module
will illustrate which features have been removed and/or replaced.
- What about SharePoint Foundation
- Changes in User Profile Synchronization
- Office Online Server
The new SharePoint UX
SharePoint 2016 introduces a couple of new features to the User Experience. Using SharePoint on your
mobile device will be different with the new touch friendly interface.
- The new SharePoint 2016 desktop and mobile experience
- Durable links
- Site folders
In SharePoint 2013 one could create and manage policies on a local level. With OneDrive for Business
allowing users to have personal storage, the need for entreprise control over policies arises.
SharePoint 2016 introduces the Compliance Policy Center, a site collection on which you can create and
manage deletion policies. SharePoint 2016 also introduces Data Loss Prevention (DLP) policies, which
can be used to identify sensitive information and prevent inadvertent disclosure.
- Data Loss Prevention
- Data Deletion Policies
- What's new in eDiscovery
New IT Pro Features
SharePoint 2016 introduces a new way of configuring your servers. With MinRole you can assign roles to
servers in your farm, which automatically configures the required services.
SharePoint 2016 has improved the site collection creation engine, and now allows for Fast Site Collection
Creation, i.e. create a new site collection in less than a second.
- MinRole farm topology
- Zero DownTime Patching
- Fast Site Collection Creation
Upgrading to SharePoint Server 2016
Learn how to plan, prepare, and perform an upgrade to SharePoint 2016
- Upgrade Requirements
- Plan and prepare migration
- DB Attach
- Upgrade Content Databases, My Sites and Service Applications
- Upgrade site collections to SharePoint Server 2016
Overview of Hybrid scenarios
SharePoint 2016 contains new hybrid features to support hybrid solutions. SharePoint Hybrid allows you to
link your SharePoint 2016 to your Office 365. Two seperate systems that from the end-user perspective will
behave like one. This module will illustrate the new hybrid features in SharePoint 2016.
- Hybrid Scenario Picker / Configuration Wizard
- Hybrid OneDrive for Business
- Integrating Delve with Profile Redirection
- Hybrid Sites
- Hybrid App Launcher
SharePoint 2016 can make use of the new Cloud hybrid search. This is a new hybrid search solution alternative
that allows you to index all of your crawled content, including on-premises content, to your search index in
Office 365. The SharePoint 2016 Search crawler can be used to crawl the same content sources and use the
same search connectors in Office SharePoint Server 2007, SharePoint Server 2010, and SharePoint Server 2013.
Users will get unified search results from both on-premises and Office 365 content when querying your search
index in Office 365.
- Search Architecture
- New Cloud Search Service Application
- Configuring the Search Center
What's new for developers
A new version of SharePoint also means new development options. This module will illustrate the new features
in Visual Studio 2015 to develop against SharePoint 2016. SharePoint 2016 also introduces a couple of new
CSOM and REST APIs which will be discussed.
In SharePoint 2013, Access Services could be used by non-developers to build relational database applications
and host them inside SharePoint. Access Services in SharePoint 2016 now supports the use of Office Add-Ins,
allowing developers to extend Access Apps with new functionality.
- Visual Studio 2015
- Access Services Add-Ins
- New REST/CSOM APIs
Microsoft SharePoint 2016 will provide new and improved features to your
SharePoint on-premises deployments, while at the same time making it easier to take
advantage of cloud innovation through hybrid deployments of SharePoint Server with Office
365. This course will provide you with an extensive overview of all new functionalities
in SharePoint 2016 both from an end user, developer as administrator perspective.
This course targets at anyone working with SharePoint 2013 that wants to know about the new
features in SharePoint 2016