Download Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 Preview (Download here)
SharePoint Server 2013 Preview is designed to bring people together to get work done. Whether you’re using it to manage your enterprise content, make it easy for business end users to share ideas and information, or help developers build innovative new applications, SharePoint Server 2013’s improvements in scale, security, and flexibility have you covered.
The Product Key and the requirements are listed on the Get Started Page page.
The newly released training material on SharePoint 2013 is a goldmine of information (see privious post).
The slide deck consists of no less than 50 presentations on different topics. One of those are Service Applications, which ones will be there and what has changed…?
I will give you the quick answers here:
General architecture identical as in SharePoint 2010
Numerous new enhancements in platform level
New service applications to provide more enhanced functionalities
Office Web Apps is no longer a service application
Seperated into own product
Web Analytics is no longer service application
Analyses and reporting process incorporated to search service application
Service Applications with their own DBs:
App Management Service (new)
Business Data Connectivity
Managed Metadata Service
Secure Store Service
Machine Translation Services (new)
Usage and Health Data Collection
User Profile Service Application
Word Automation Service
Access Services App databases (new) (2010 and 2013)
Deploying Service Applications
Deploying them seems to be identical to 2010, no better, no worse. If using the wizard they will all use the same app pool and same account, databases will have an ugly GUID atached to them…powershell will give you all the options to configure Service Applications as you wish, as you allready know.
Part from the changes with the removed Service Applications and the new ones, the list will be identical, all the Service Applications that we know and love, will be there…
|Application Management Service (new)||Is responsible for storing and providing information concerning SP App licenses and permissions|
|SharePoint Translation Services (new)||Provides built-in machine translation capabilities on the SharePoint platform|
|Access Services 2010||Let’s users view, edit, and interact with Access 2010 databases in a Web browser.|
|Access Services||Let’s users view, edit, and interact with Access 2013 databases in a Web browser.|
|Business Data Connectivity service||Gives access to line-of-business data systems.|
|Excel Services Application||Let’s users view and interact withExcel 2010 files in a Web browser.|
|Managed Metadata service||Manages taxonomy hierarchies, keywords and social tagging infrastructure, and publish content types across site collections.|
|PerformancePoint Service Application||Provides the capabilities of PerformancePoint.|
|Search service||Crawls content, produces index partitions, and serves search queries.|
|Secure Store Service||Provides single sign-on authentication to access multiple applications or services.|
|State service||Provides temporary storage of user session data for SharePoint Server components.|
|Usage and Health Data Collection service||Collects farm wide usage and health data, and provides the ability to view various usage and health reports.|
|User Profile service||Adds support for My Sites, profile pages, social tagging and other social computing features.|
|Visio Graphics Service||Lets users view and refresh published Visio 2010 diagrams in a Web browser.|
|Word Automation Services||Performs automated bulk document conversions.|
|Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Subscription Settings Service||Provides multi-tenant functionality for service applications. Tracks subscription IDs and settings for services that are deployed in partitioned mode. Deployed through Windows PowerShell only.|
|(Moved into Search)Web Analytics service||Provides Web service interfaces.|
Add-on/Installable Service Applications
|Office Web Apps services||Removed from SharePoint 2013, will be its own application.|
|Microsoft Project Server 2010||No information, assuming it will still be there.|
Ok, now we’re talking…
SharePoint 2013 IT Pro and Developer training materials released
Loads of good stuff available, 14 streamed video modules, everything also available as pptx.
Too bad I’m on holiday…now…the real FUN BEGINS!
The latest news that almost eluded me completely beeing in a summer daze as I am, were it not for a former colleague who notified me promptly, is this:
This monday the 16th Steve Ballmer himself unveiled the new Office wave 15, later to be called Office 2013. This is great news, it does not contain that which is loved by us all, SHarePoint, but it still is interesting stuff. Lots of things can be read into SharePoint from studying Office…
So, what now…? Get the software or read about it:
Register to download:
Read an excellent review here(complete with screenshots):
As you might know Microsoft has a site called The Scripting Guys. My colleague Niclas Goude will be writing a couple of guest blogs on The Scripting Guys regarding security from the 2:nd to the 6:th of July.
The specific subjects will be:
Monday: Scanning – Direct Link
Tuesday: Brute Force – Direct Link
Wednesday: Shares and Metadata – Direct Link
Thursday: Beyond Local admin – Direct Link
Friday: LSA Secrets – Direct Link