Microsoft Sharepoint training institute in Chennai offers Hands On SharePoint 2013 and SharePoint 2010 Training Courses for Developers and Adminstrators. Our Job Oriented Sharepoint training in chennai courses are taught by well recognized Microsoft Certified Industry Expert having more than 18+ years of experience using Microsoft Technologies.
We provide SharePoint 2010 & 2013 Placement training, SharePoint Administrator and SharePoint developer training to prepare you for certification on Microsoft SharePoint. SharePoint courses are taught by Microsoft Certified Trainers (MCT) and use Microsoft Official Curriculum (MOC) so you can feel confident that you are receiving the best SharePoint training available. All our Best Sharepoint training in Chennai focuses on practical than theory model.
Our SharePoint Training courses in Chennai are designed to help you put your learning in practical real-time situations.
Dinesh (MCTS) is an Independent Consultant and SharePoint Trainer for Greens Technology Training, focusing on SharePoint development, administration, branding, and training.
He has over 18 years of Experience in Teaching and Development using Microsoft Technologies. Since 1997, of the total 60,000+ students Greens Technology has trained, he has personally trained over 30,000+ students and we are proud of him because almost every student he had trained is very happy with quality and many are well placed in various I.T Firms. This will also reflect in testimonials on our website.
He is a professional who has been well known for his expertise on VC++, Sql Server, C#, VB.NET, ASP.NET & SharePoint. He is always ahead of the industry in upgrading himself for latest technologies and latest versions. To quote and instance: In Chennai, he is the first to start teaching MS.NET right from its introduction in year 2002 and instantly started teaching every new version of .NET as soon as it was launched including the current version 4.0.
Greens Technology is preferred vendor for many corporates for their IT training needs and lots of credit goes to him as he has personally taken more than 100 corporate batches. He works closely with the project managers and their team to understand their project specific requirements and customized the training program for them. He also trained many corporate employees in upgrading them to latest versions and advanced features of MS.NET. To name a few corporates were we are preferred vendors for all their Software training programs: TCS, Infosys, Satyam Mahindra, Infotech Enterprises, Bank of America etc.
He is multifaceted personality excelling not only with the training, but is also the architect for the various offshore projects undertaken by Greens Technology for the clients based in UK and USA. His passion towards whatever he does reflects and is motivation for many of his employees and students.
He is always accessible to all his students anytime for any kind of question they may have. You can also talk to him at +91 89399 15577 or you can send him an email your queries at firstname.lastname@example.org
SharePoint Developer Training: Microsoft SharePoint 2010, Application Development training course is intended for professional developers who use Microsoft SharePoint 2010 & 2013 in a team-based, medium-sized to large development environment.
SharePoint Admin Training: Expert SharePoint training (Online Training or Classroom) will help your team develop quality, predictable, cost-effective solutions using Microsoft SharePoint Server.
SharePoint Training for End Users: This SharePoint 2013 End User class is for end users working in a SharePoint 2013 environment. The course teaches SharePoint basics such as working with lists and libraries as well as basic page customizations.
Gone are those days when we used to manage all information in a corporate manually. For every type of requirement we have different solutions but integrating them is a big nuisance. SharePoint integrated intranet, document management, content management is an excellent way to find secure place to store, organize, share, and access information from almost any device. To get started using the extraordinary features of SharePoint all an associate in the organization need is just a browser like IE or Firefox or Chrome. SharePoint is a pre-developed ASP.NET application by Microsoft for managing day to day activities of a corporate portal.
www.greenstechnologys.com ‘s SharePoint 2013 training course is divided into following major modules:
In each of the online SharePoint 2013 training modules our trainer Mr. Sandeep Soni has showcased minute details of each and every feature. For every topic, demonstrations are included explaining all the steps to achieve the required output. The course material bundled with the training program can be of excellent use to the users as a quick refresher of the topics before attending the interviews.
For developers building components and solutions for SharePoint Foundation or SharePoint Server with SharePoint 2007, SharePoint 2010 or SharePoint 2013 as well as those who want to extend the platform.
In this module students will get up to speed on SharePoint 2013 both from a SKU/license perspective as well as from a capability & architectural perspective. The different deployment models will also be covered in depth (on-premises / hosted (Office 365) / hybrid) and an overview on the different development and extensibility options.
With a solid understanding of the high-level structure of SharePoint 2013, students will then learn what the development options and tools available to them for creating custom solutions in this module. Not only are the tools & approaches covered, but an overview of the different APIs available for both server-side and client-side development are discussed in this module. Finally, some practices and techniques are demonstrated along with some useful tools (both those included with SharePoint as well as publically available free tools) for debugging & testing customizations.
SharePoint extensibility has traditionally been done using solution packages (*.wsp’s). The two types of solutions, farm & sandbox, are covered in depth in this module. Students will learn when they are available depending on the deployments, what you can and can’t do with them as scenarios when they are applicable.
SharePoint 2013 introduces a new way to extend SharePoint sites: the SharePoint App Model. This module will cover everything students need to know about the SharePoint App Model including how to deploy them to the Marketplace to monetize your projects.
In this module you will learn how to create custom application pages as well as content pages and the details around customizing pages. In addition this module will also dive into the aspects of customizing the SharePoint user interface for custom branding experiences as well as customizing and extending the SharePoint Ribbon.
In this module you’ll learn how to create custom field types, field controls, site columns and content types as well as how to leverage them in custom solutions. In addition, you’ll also learn how to implement them in a repeatable fashion with the SharePoint tools in Visual Studio 2012. Finally this module will also cover creating site definitions and Web Templates
In this module students will learn the basics of security and permissions in SharePoint 2013, specifically AuthN, AuthZ and claims based security. In addition students will also learn how to program with the security API and how to secure SharePoint Apps using app identity, and the new support for OAuth and server-to-server (S2S) authentication/security.
In this module you will learn how to create lists and document libraries using the SharePoint development tools in Visual Studio 2012. Students will also learn about the various events in SharePoint 2013 including the new remote event receiver capability.
This module covers everything students need to know about building solutions that run on the server and use the SharePoint Server-Side API. In this module you will learn how to setup LINQ for SharePoint and query lists as well as use the more traditional methods of working with SharePoint data using CAML, SPQuery and SPSiteDataQuery.
In this module students will learn how to leverage each of the three client object models (CSOM) implementations in SharePoint projects. In addition students will also learn how to use the OData/REST APIs to access SharePoint data from off the server.
SharePoint 2013 dramatically changes the workflow architecture in the latest release. Workflow is now handled by Workflow Managers, both in on-premises and hosted deployments. In this module students will learn how to create custom workflows using SharePoint Designer 2013 and Visual Studio 2012 as well as some of the new capabilities introduced in SharePoint 2013 workflows: dynamic values, stages and remote web service calls.
In this module students will learn how to consume and interact with external data sources as well as how to create a custom .NET Assembly Connector. In addition students will also learn how to create BCS-enabled SharePoint Apps and some of the new support for remote callouts as well as how to work with BCS via the client-side object model and use OData sources.
Previous versions of SharePoint included various search implementations between SharePoint search & FAST search. In SharePoint 2013 Microsoft merged their search implementations into a single, unified search architecture with a powerful and robust search API that is accessible both in server-side and client-side solutions. In this module students will learn about the search architecture as well as how to leverage it in custom solutions.
This module will cover all the Enterprise Content Management (ECM) capabilities in SharePoint 2013 in the areas of document management, recordings management and eDiscovery. Microsoft invested a considerable amount of effort in eDiscovery in SharePoint 2013 and this module will cover what students need to know. In addition students will also learn how to work with Managed Metadata, what’s new in SharePoint 2013 and how to leverage it in custom solutions using either the existing server-side API or the new client-side API.
SharePoint 2013 introduces a completely new approach Web Content Management (WCM). WCM sites (aka Publishing sites) are primarily search-based applications showing content from across a site collection, the SharePoint farm and/or external sources. In this module students will learn how to create Publishing sites that are based off search as well as how to implement custom brands using the new Design Manager.
This module includes any of the additional services that are not covered in various other places in the course. In this module students will learn how to programmatically work with the social and Excel Services APIs as well as how to do document assembly with Word Automation Services and PowerPoint Services. In addition students will learn about the dramatic changes with Access Services in SharePoint 2013 and how they can leverage the new Translation Service Application.
For system administrators, IT Professionals and support technicians who are responsible for designing, implementing and maintaining SharePoint farms.
This module introduces the basic architecture of SharePoint 2013 while highlighting the aspects of product which have been enhanced in this new release. There will also be a discussion about which features and services are available with SharePoint Foundation as well as the Standard Edition and Enterprise Edition of SharePoint Server 2013. The first module will conclude with an intensive primer on Windows PowerShell to ensure that all students have the basic skills required to read and write Windows PowerShell scripts which will be an essential skillset for later lectures and labs.
This module steps through the details required to prepare for and install SharePoint Server 2013 in an on-premise environment. There will be an initial discussion of the hardware requirements and software requirements for installing SharePoint 2013. The lecture demonstrates how to create dedicated service accounts in Active Directory and how to run the SharePoint 2013 Prerequisite Installer. This module concludes by showing you how to install SharePoint 2013 and how to create a SharePoint 2013 farm and its configuration database.
This module begins by introducing farm topologies and discusses how to scale a SharePoint 2013 farm by adding additional web servers and application servers that are configured for specific server roles. The lecture will also discuss how to use the Central Administration site to perform day-to-day administrative activities such as configuring managed accounts and time jobs. This module also describes the essential administrative task of creating and configuring service applications within a farm and demonstrates how to accomplish this by hand in Central Administration as well as by writing PowerShell scripts.
This module discusses the SharePoint 2013 options for configuring user authentication and discusses why Microsoft has deprecated Classic Mode authentication in favor of newer Claims-based security model. You will learn how to configure user Windows authentication using Kerberos, NTLM and Basic Authentication as well as how to configure FBA where user names and passwords can be maintained in a SQL Server database. You will also learn the skills required to leverage the Windows Azure Access Control Service (ACS) to configure an on-premise farm to support authentication through external identity providers such as Windows Live and Facebook.
This module discusses the essential issues to consider when creating and configuring Web applications within an on-premise farm. You will learn how to create and manage the content databases associated with a Web application as well as how to configure list throttling and site quotas. This lecture also discusses the disciplines and governance strategies which an organization can employ when creating and managing 1000s of sites and site collections in an enterprise environment.
This lecture begins by discussing the standard site templates available in SharePoint 2013 for creating various types of sites such as Team Sites, Blank Site and Publishing Sites. You will learn about capacity planning strategies which can be used to prevent site collections and content databases from growing too large. The module also discusses how permissions and access control are managed within the context of a site collection and then demonstrates the best practice technique of configuring permissions in terms of SharePoint groups. This lecture also introduces the essential concepts of SharePoint tenancies and site subscriptions and shows how creating and configuring SharePoint tenancies provides new options for configuring and managing sites.
The module describes the basic architecture and enhancements to the Business Data Connectivity Service (BCS). You will learn how to create External Content Types and to configure them with profile pages to establish read/write connections to backend data sources. You will also learn how to expose External Content types in SharePoint sites using External Lists. The module will also teach you how to leverage the new OData support in the BCS to create connections to any OData-compatible data source on the Internet. Along the way you will learn to integrate the Secure Store Service when configuring BSC security with advanced techniques involving secondary security credentials and overcoming the double-hop authentication problem.
This module introduces the architecture, capabilities and enhancements to the Managed Metadata Service and the Term Store in SharePoint 2013. You will learn how to create taxonomies of managed metadata which can be used to tag items and documents. You will also see how to use the Content Organizer to route documents based on criteria such as the document´s content type and metadata tags. There will be a discussion of configuring a site collection as a Content Type Publishing Hub to syndicate a collection of custom content types and site columns for use across all the site collections within a farm.
This module discusses how to take advantage of the User Profile Service and the Social Networking features in SharePoint Server 2013. You will learn how to create and configure a User Profile Service Application as well as how to synchronize user profiles against Active Directory user accounts using the User Profile Synchronization Service. The module discusses several other topics which rely on User Profile Service Applications such as notes and tagging, audience targeting and MySites
The module discusses three essential service applications of SharePoint Server 2013 standard edition including Business Connectivity Services (BCS), the Managed Metadata Service (MMS) and the User Profile Service.
Previous versions of SharePoint included various search implementations between SharePoint search & FAST search. In SharePoint 2013 Microsoft has merged their search implementations into a single, unified search architecture. This module introduces the new search architecture of SharePoint 2013 and discusses how to use the new search features. In this module students will learn about the search architecture as well as how to leverage it in custom solutions.
This module explores common techniques used to monitor SharePoint 2013 farms and to optimize their performance. You will learn how to troubleshoot problems using the Developer Dashboard and how to read diagnostic information from ULS logs and the Logging Database. The module also discusses using the new Health Analyzer and configuring Usage Reporting. The lectures introduces the Request Manager which is new in SharePoint 2013 and discussed how it can be configured to take maximum advantage of your existing hardware.
This module begins by discussing the use of farm solution and sandboxed solutions to deploy site customizations and custom business solutions. Next, you will learn about the architecture of the new SharePoint app model and how to configure an on-premises farm to supports apps. The module concludes with a look at the new SharePoint 2013 workflow architecture and steps you through configuring workflow support in an on-premises farm.
This module covers the essential strategies required for backing up and restoring content in and across SharePoint 2013 farms. The discussion begins with versioning and the Recycle Bin. Then you will learn to back up and restore site collections, Content Databases and entire farms using Windows PowerShell scripts and by hand through Central Administration. The modules conclude with a discussion of how to prepare for disaster recovery so that you can restore a SharePoint 2013 farm in the event of catastrophic server failure.
This module focuses on what is required to upgrade content from SharePoint 2010 farms to SharePoint 2013. You will learn how to use the database attach strategy to migrate site content from a SharePoint 2010 farm to a SharePoint 2013 farm. You will also learn which SharePoint service applications offer a strategy to migrate their content and which do not. The module also introduces the concepts and mechanisms involved with the Visual Upgrade feature which allows users to begin working migrated sites using the SharePoint 2010 UI mode and then after a time to switch over to the standard UI mode of SharePoint 2013.
Hands-on Lab: Upgrading Content from SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2013
For Web designers required to fully customize SharePoint sites.
This module begins with an overview of branding, website design, and usability best practices. It poses essential questions that should be asked at the start of any SharePoint 2013 branding project, such as who is the intended audience and which browsers and devices should be supported. The module introduces the developer tools built into Chrome and the Internet Explorer as well as Firebug in FireFox. The module will also discuss which aspects of HTML5 should be used in a modern website design.
This module explains how SharePoint 2013 processes pages in a SharePoint site by integrating .aspx pages together with master pages and CSS. You will learn about the standard SharePoint branding elements added to every sites such as the Master Page Gallery and the master pages included out of the box. The module also explains the difference between site pages and application pages from the perspective of a web designer. The final section of this module introduces the new Composed Looks feature of SharePoint 2013 and shows how it can be used to change the look and feel of the current site.
This module discusses essential differences between Team sites and Publishing sites. You will learn about the SharePoint 2013 Publishing features and how you can use them to create and manage a custom brand. The course also explains the function of the SharePoint Groups within a Publishing site and discusses the importance of the Approver group. You will also learn about the architecture used to publish structured content using which includes the Pages library, publishing page and page layouts. The final section of this module discusses the SharePoint publishing process to build your understanding of when various types of branding files need to be checked in and/or approved.
This module provides an in depth look at what the Design Manager is and it’s role in branding SharePoint Publishing sites. You will learn how to create a branded SharePoint site from an HTML and CSS prototype. This module will introduce the Snippet Gallery, which will be discussed in further detail in Modules 5 and 7, and Device Channels, which will be addressed in detail in Module 10. The final section of this module will cover creating, exporting, and importing Design Packages.
This module is dedicated to learning and customizing master pages. The first section proves a thorough walk through of seattle.master, reviewing necessary placeholders, server controls, and their location within the master page. You will also learn about the additional placeholders and server controls available in the Snippet Gallery, and their uses. The next section covers configuring the Ribbon, as well as navigation options.
This module teaches students best practices for working with CSS in SharePoint. The module begins with an overview of CSS in SharePoint, then discusses the role of corev15.css, and how to work with and around it. The next section covers implementing a custom CSS and takes a deep dive into the use of browser Web Developer Tools to target and override default SharePoint styles.
This module provides students with the knowledge to create custom page layouts. The first sections covers the role of Page Layouts in SharePoint. Next is an overview of site columns and content types, their roles and uses, and how to create custom site columns and content types. You will then learn how to make page layouts using SharePoint Designer, as well as how to use the Design Manager. The final section covers managing content types and page layouts in a publishing site.
This module covers the use of web parts, and styling them using CSS and xslt. First is an overview of the many of the OOB we parts available in SharePoint 2013, and how to add and configure them on page. The lecture then moves on to styling web parts. This will provide a basic overview of xslt and simple ways to use it with CSS to customize the look of web parts.
This module covers responsive design and implementing it using device channels. We will review responsive design and it’s use for optimizing websites for mobile devices. The next section will cover implementing responsive design online using media queries. Then you will learn about device channels, a tool provided by SharePoint to implement responsive design on your SharePoint site. We will set up custom device channels with custom master pages and CSSs. The last section covers modifying layouts for use in multiple device channels.
This module covers creating and applying a customized composed look to a team site. The module begins by reviewing the OOB look, and how to make simple modifications to them. Next you will learn to create custom font and color files that can be used to create a composed look. The last section addresses when and how to create a custom master page and CSS to add to the font and color files to create a fully branded team site.
This module gives an overview of some of the advanced features provided in SharePoint 2013. Discussions will include using variations for global sites, setting up the term store for use of managed navigation and friendly urls, and implementing catalogs and cross site publishing.
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