• Online, Self-Paced
Course Description

SharePoint supports extensibility in many ways because it is a multitool waiting for you to use it correctly. Many of those tools come in the form of configuring service applications correctly to provide the support your business needs. In this course, you will learn how to configure service applications for social computing, database retrieval, and extensibility with SharePoint add-ins.

Learning Objectives

Social Computing

  • start the course
  • define and understand the components of SharePoint social computing
  • create a SharePoint UPA
  • secure and configure a UPA application
  • configure SharePoint My Sites
  • configure SharePoint's Yammer settings
  • plan and configure community sites

Connecting to Business Data

  • define and understand the importance of the BCS and Secure Store Applications
  • create and secure a BCS model
  • incorporate BCS into site data and search
  • create and configure a Secure Store Application
  • incorporate the Secure Store Service with BCS

SharePoint Extensibility

  • understand how SharePoint can be extended with farm solutions, sandbox solutions, and add-ins
  • deploy and upgrade farm solutions
  • deploy and manage sandbox solutions
  • create and configure the App Store
  • create and configure App Store subscriptions
  • deploy add-ins (apps) in SharePoint

Additional SharePoint Services

  • describe the purpose of several additional SharePoint Service Applications
  • create and configure Access Services in SharePoint 2016
  • create and configure Visio Services in SharePoint 2016
  • create and configure Word Automation Services in SharePoint 2016
  • create and configure PowerPoint Conversion in SharePoint 2016
  • create and configure Translation Services in SharePoint 2016

Practice: Deploying Service Applications

  • deploy the correct SharePoint 2016 service application for a given scenario

Framework Connections

The materials within this course focus on the NICE Framework Task, Knowledge, and Skill statements identified within the indicated NICE Framework component(s):

Specialty Areas

  • Systems Administration
  • Systems Development