Governance Meets Architecture: Architecting SharePoint for Policy-Based Management and Workload Scalability
Play Governance Meets Architecture: Architecting SharePoint for Policy-Based Management and Workload Scalability
You've read the white papers, you've Binged governance. But how, exactly, do you design a SharePoint implementation that allows you to enforce your governance policies for IT assurance, information management, and information architecture? What is the relationship between governance, architecture and manageability? How can you ensure that your architecture will scale with the growing and changing needs of your business without becoming unmanageable? In this session, SharePoint MVP and governance thought leader Dan Holme explores the technical side of governance, and shares the secrets for creating a logical and physical SharePoint architecture that effectively supports the information and service management requirements of your governance plan. You will learn how to enforce your governance policies with the optimal model of SharePoint farms both on site and in the cloud, Web applications, site collections, and other components. You will gain a deeper understanding of the intricacies and challenges of designing the logical and physical structure of SharePoint. You'll learn what has changed in SharePoint 2013 and how those changes impact architectural decisions. And you will take away practical, blueprint-like guidance to what a governable SharePoint service architecture might look like in your enterprise.