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Ecare Technologies offers the best Sharepoint Training in BTM Layout with most experienced professionals. We conduct all our students from the Basic Level of Sharepoint Classes to Advanced level. All these Classes are undergone not only theoretically, but also are executed on the real-time basis. Our Trainers are Real-time Working professionals in the Sharepoint Field from many years with hands on real time Sharepoint Project Knowledge.

Ecare Technologies is a highly experienced Sharepoint Training Institute in BTM Layout. This has helped students to get placed in top MNCs. We Offer Sharepoint Classes in BTM Layout for working professionals and students. we offer Regular training classes in Morning Batches and Evening Batches we also offer Weekend Training classes and Fast-track Training Classes for Sharepoint Course.

SharePoint Developer Training Outline

Understanding SharePoint

a.SharePoint Overview

b.SharePoint Product Topology & Architecture

c.Capabilities

d.SharePoint Deployment Options

e.Development & Extensibility Option Overview

f.Office 365 versus SharePoint On-premises

g.Working with Team Sites in SharePoint

SharePoint Security

a.Authentication & Authorization

b.Claims Based Authentication

c.Programming Security

d.Securing Apps

e.App Identity

f.OAuth & Server-to-Server (S2S)

Working with Lists, Content Types and Events

a.Working with Lists

b.Creating Site Columns

c.Designing Content Types

d.Using Content Types in Lists

e.List Instances

f.Event Receivers (Sites, Lists & List Items)

g.Remote Event Receivers

Document Libraries and Document Sets

a.Sites, Files, Folders and Pages

b.Document Libraries

c.Document Templates

d.Wiki Page Libraries

e.Document Sets

Pages and Navigation

a.SharePoint + ASP.NET

b.Master Pages

c.Site & Application Pages

d.Navigation

e.Chrome Control

f.Ribbon Extensibility

Developing SharePoint Solutions

a.Solution Packages

b.Farm Solutions

c.Sandbox Solutions

d.Breaking Out of the Sandbox

e.SharePoint Features

Server-Side SharePoint Development

a.Server-Side API Overview

b.Server-Side Data Access

c.CAML, SPQuery & SPSiteDataQuery

d.LINQ for SharePoint

e.Working with Large Data Sets

Client-Side SharePoint Development

a.Programming with JavaScript

b.Client Side Object Model (CSOM)

c.WCF Data Services / OData / REST API

d.Client-Side Cross Domain Calls

e.JavaScript Controls (Notifications, Status Messages, Toast Messages & Dialogs)

Developing Workflows

a.Understanding the Workflow Architecture

b.Windows Azure Workflow

c.Workflow Stages

d.Dynamic Values

e.Creating Workflows with SharePoint Designer 2013

f.Creating Workflows with Visual Studio 2012

Creating Custom Forms using InfoPath 2013

a.InfoPath 2013 Overview

b.Creating InfoPath Forms

c.Understanding Rules and Controls

d.Using Secondary Connections

e.Publishing InfoPath Forms to a Forms Library

f.Uploading a Reusable Info Form

Workflow in SharePoint 2013

a.SharePoint 2016 Workflow Architecture

b.SharePoint 2013 Workflow Architecture

c.Advantages to using SharePoint 2013 Workflows

d.Creating Workflows with SharePoint Designer

e.Deploying and Reusing Custom Workflow Logic

Business Connectivity Services

a.Business Connectivity Services (BCS) Architecture

b.Creating & Using External Content Type Models

c.BCS Apps

d..NET Assembly Connectors

e.Authentication Options

f.Working with External Content Types

g.Connecting to OData Data Sources

Working with Enterprise Content Management and Managed Metadata

a.Document Management

b.Records Management

c.Document Sets

d.Managing Large Content Sets

e.eDiscovery

f.Managed Metadata

g.Programming with Managed Metadata (server & client side)

h.Managed Metadata Service

i.Creating Term Sets with Managed Metadata

j.Configuring Content Types Syndication

k.Records Management in SharePoint 2013

l.eDiscovery Center

Publishing Sites in SharePoint 2013

a.Publishing Sites in SharePoint 2016

b.Understanding Metadata-driven Navigation

c.Topic Pages, Content Pages and Page Layouts

d.Creating a Custom Brand with Designer Manager

e.Cross-site Publishing using a Product Catalog

f.Understanding Channels and Renditions

Developing SharePoint App Models

a.SharePoint App Model Overview

b.SharePoint Hosted Apps

c.Developer/Self-Hosted Apps

d.Azure Auto-Hosted Apps

e.Public & Corporate Marketplace

SharePoint Search

a.SharePoint Search Architecture

b.Search Web Parts

c.Customizing Search

d.Programming with the Search API

e.Entity Extraction

f.SharePoint 2013 Search Architecture

g.Configuring the Search Service

h.Executing Queries using KQL

i.Understanding Result Sources and Result Types

j.Creating Custom Query Rules and Result Types

Using Excel Services in SharePoint 2013

a.Excel Services Architecture

b.Publishing Workbooks

c.Publishing Charts and Tables

d.Exposing Excel Tables as OData Data Sources

e.Creating Pivot Charts and Pivot Reports

Configuring reporting services for SharePoint 2013 integration 2013

a.SharePoint 2013 Reporting Overview

b.Understanding SQL Server Reporting Services

c.Creating SSRS Reports using Report Builder

d.Configuring SSRS Connections

e.Publishing SSS Reports to a Dashboard

f.Configuring reporting services for SharePoint integrated mode

g.Configuring the SharePoint 2016 reporting services add-in

h.Testing the reporting services configuration

Working with User Profiles and MySites

a.Understanding the User Profile Service

b.Extending User Profiles with Custom Properties

c.Exploring the SharePoint 2013 MySites

d.Sharing Documents and Content

e.Following People, Sites and Documents

Developing and deploying PerformancePoint analytic reports

a.Types of reports

i.Analytic charts

ii.Analytic grid

iii.Decomposition tree

iv.Show details

v.Excel Services

vi.KPI Details

vii.ProClarity Analytics Server Page

viii.Reporting services

ix.Strategy map

x.Web page

b.Creating your first report

c.Extending the report

SharePoint 2013 Administration Training Objectives

Install SharePoint Server 2013

Scale a SharePoint 2013 farm

Use the Central Administration site to perform day-to-day administrative activities

Use the Windows Azure Access Control Service (ACS)

Create and manage the content databases associated with a Web application

Use the standard site templates available in SharePoint 2013

Create and configure SharePoint tenancies

Understand the Business Data Connectivity Service (BCS)

Create External Content Types

Configure a site collection as a Content Type Publishing Hub

Create taxonomies of managed metadata

Create and configure a User Profile Service Application

Understand the search architecture and how to use it in custom solutions

Configure the Sandboxed Code Service and monitor sandboxed solutions running within your farm

Restore a SharePoint 2013 farm in the event of catastrophic server failure

Migrate site content from a SharePoint 2016 farm to a SharePoint 2013 farm

SharePoint 2013 Administration Training Outline

Getting started with SharePoint 2013

SharePoint Foundation Architecture

SharePoint 15 Product SKUs

What's New in SharePoint 2013

Windows PowerShell Primer

Installing SharePoint Server 2013

Hardware Requirements

Installing Prerequisite Software

Creating Dedicated Service Accounts

Installing SharePoint Server 2013

Creating the Farm and Configuration Database

Topology and Configuration

Understanding Farm Topologies

Configuring Managed Accounts

Managing Timer Jobs

Creating and Configuring Service Applications by hand

Creating and Configuring Service Applications using PowerShell

Configuring Security and User Authorization

The Fundamentals of Claims-based Security

Configuring Integrated Windows Authentication with Kerberos vs. NTLM

Configuring Forms-based Authentication (FBA)

Outsourcing User Management to External Identity Providers such as Windows Live

Configuring a Trust to the Windows Azure Access Control Service (ACS)

Creating and Configuring Web Applications

Creating New Web Applications

Configuring Web Application

Managing Content Databases

Creating Site Collections

Configuring Self-service Site Collections

Managing Site Collections and Tenancies

Site Templates

Capacity Planning

Site Collection Security

Understanding Tenancies

Configuring Subscriptions

Business Connectivity Services

BCS Architecture External Data Sources

Creating and Configuring External Contents Types

Configuring Profile Pages and External Lists

BCS Enhancements involving OData Support

Using The Secure Store Service to configure Advanced Authentication Techniques

The Managed Metadata Service

Overview of the Managed Metadata Service

Enhancement to the Managed Metadata Service in SharePoint 2013

Creating and Managing Term Sets, Terms and Taxonomies

Working with Document Sets

Configuring a site collection as a Content Type Publishing Hub

Configuring the User Profile Service

Overview of User Profiles and Social Networking

Create and Configuring a User Profile Service Application (UPA)

Create and Configuring The User Profile Synchronization Service (UPS)

Creating and configuring Audiences

Creating and Managing My Sites

Understanding User Task Synchronization using the Work Management Service

Configuring a Search in SharePoint 2013

The New Unified Search Architecture of SharePoint 2013

Creating and Configuring Content Sources

Understanding the Content Processing Pipeline

Introduction to Result Sources, Result Types and Query Rules

Working with Managed Properties

Health Monitoring and Optimization

The Developer Dashboard

Working with ULS Logs

The Logging Database

Health Analyzer and Usage Reporting

Timer Jobs and Server Affinity

The New Request Manager in SharePoint 2013

Deploying and Monitoring Custom Solutions

Deploying and Managing Farm solutions and Sandboxed Solutions

Introduction to the new SharePoint App Model

Configuring SharePoint App Authentication using OAuth

Configuring SharePoint App Authentication using Server-to-server (S2S) Trusts

Preparing for Backup, Restore, and Disaster Recovery

Versioning and Restoring Documents

Configuring Recycle Bin Behavior

Backup and Restore of site collections, Content Database and Farms

Preparing for Disaster Recovery

Recovering the Farm After Server Failure

Upgrading Content from SharePoint 2016 to SharePoint 2013

Upgrade Concepts and Terminology

Deprecated Upgrade Techniques from SharePoint 2016

Preparing for Database Attach

Migrating Content

SharePoint 2016 UI Mode versus SharePoint 2013 UI Mode

Data security overview in SharePoint 2016

Managed accounts


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