Free ebook: Planning and Preparing for Microsoft SharePoint Hybrid


We’re pleased to announce the release of another new free ebook: Planning and Preparing for Microsoft SharePoint Hybrid (ISBN 9781509302420), by Jeremy Taylor. Enjoy!

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This book is part of a series to provide readers from all over the world with a guide on how to connect SharePoint on-premises to Microsoft’s cloud services. You will gain insight into planning, architecture, configuration, and management of SharePoint hybrid. This book covers foundational topics with which you will learn more about Office 365 and Microsoft Azure, architecture planning, platform hygiene and preparation, directory synchronization, and how to configure a seamless single sign-on experience for users.

Introduction

Microsoft SharePoint hybrid deployments are rapidly becoming popular with Microsoft’s investments on increased SharePoint productivity, not only in your own environment (on-premises) but also collaborating in new ways through the largest and most advanced cloud service platform in the world—Microsoft Office 365 and Microsoft Azure. SharePoint hybrid is about connecting SharePoint on-premises to Office 365 and Azure to extend capabilities, enhance collaboration, and drive innovation forward.

This book is part of a series to provide readers from all over the world with a guide on how to connect SharePoint on-premises to Microsoft’s cloud services. You will gain insight into planning, architecture, configuration, and management of SharePoint hybrid. This book covers foundational topics with which you will learn more about Office 365 and Microsoft Azure, architecture planning, platform hygiene and preparation, directory synchronization, and how to configure a seamless single sign-on experience for users.

Microsoft has undergone various compliance and regulatory certifications to meet a broad set of international, government, and industry-specific standards. This will continue to accelerate the adoption of SharePoint hybrid in the coming years as markets become more familiar with the business benefits and service offerings.

About the author

Jeremy Taylor is a SharePoint Technical Specialist based in Canberra, Australia, who has more than 11 years’ experience in designing, building and supporting SharePoint farms across the Australian Federal Government, large enterprises, and small- to medium-sized businesses. Jeremy’s skillset is a unique blend of IT and business management. He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree and Master of International Business (MIB) degree from Macquarie University, Australia, as well as a number of IT certifications since 1999.

Jeremy has a solid infrastructure background in systems administration, architecture, and network infrastructure experience, primarily with Microsoft and Cisco. He is a Microsoft Certified Trainer, Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert in SharePoint, and draws on the depth of his SharePoint, Office 365, and Azure learning at the Microsoft Certified Solutions Master (MCSM) SharePoint training in Microsoft’s Redmond, Washington, facilities. With cyber security and the cloud in mind, Jeremy has undergone cyber security training and is a Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) from ECCouncil.

Jeremy has authored his own SharePoint training courseware for LearnHaus (www.learnhaus.com), an IT training company. He also blogs about SharePoint Administrator–related topics at www.jeremytaylor.net and he is a co-organizer of the Canberra SharePoint User Group. Jeremy spends his free time with his wife, Sylvia, two daughters, Nasia and Amarissa, and still finds time to learn new technologies.

Comments (2)

  1. Mario Ganem says:

    It´s one of the best, if it´s not the best publication that I found during last years about Sharepoint. It provides real use cases and accurate information about how hybrid scenarios works in Sharepoint. It´s also have updated topics like MIM 2016. You did it! Congrats Jeremy and Thanks MS Press for supporting you on this effort.

  2. Julie Kilner says:

    Thank you!!! A really useful, practical resource.

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