Saturday, August 28, 2010

Architecture of SharePoint-2007

This blog is just an abstract of my recent session on SharePoint Overview.

What is SharePoint?
SharePoint is a software platform developed by Microsoft for collaboration and web publishing combined under a single server. These capabilities include developing web sites, portals, intranets, content management systems, search engines, wikis, blogs, and other tools for business intelligence

Architecture of SharePoint-2007
My understanding is graphically represented in the left side pyramid.

Operating System
Windows Server 2003
, which uses the Microsoft .NET 2.0 FW, Windows Workflow Foundation. Internet Information Services 6.0 is used for hosting Web applications of ASP.NET 2.x master pages, content pages, Web parts

Database Services
Microsoft SQL Server (either SQL 2000 SP4 or SQL 2005) is used to store all content i.e. data, file and configuration information.

Windows SharePoint Services
Storage: Content databases, Management: Administration pages with deep configuration options, Deployment: Web farms, physical servers, and roles, Site Model: Web application, site collection, and sites

Microsoft Office SharePoint Services
: Templates, people, audience targeting, Search: Search center, cross-site search, Content Management: Authoring, publishing, records management, Business Process: Forms server, line of business (LOB) integration, Business Intelligence: Excel services, Key Performance Indicator (KPI) lists, Report Center

Shared Services
User profile
store, Search services, Usage reporting, Excel services, Notification service for generating alerts

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