SharePoint Connections Den Haag (The Hague) wrap up

I know it’s already been a couple of weeks since the SharePoint Connections event in Den Haag. It’s been a busy and fun couple of weeks, a bit like SharePoint Connections really. The sessions were great, the people were brilliant, we launched our new DIWUG site (that is build on SharePoint 2010) and we published the new DIWUG eMagazine. Not bad for 2 days work!
A big thanks to all who were there and also thanks to everyone who downloaded the eMagazine!

Below are the sessions I presented and their respective slide decks:

  • Overview of What's New in SharePoint 2010 for IT Professionals
    In this introductory overview session we will take a lap around the most important IT Pro investments and improvements in SharePoint 2010. Understand the key platform requirements and learn how SharePoint 2010 enables flexible deployment, a more scalable and robust infrastructure and vastly improves productivity for IT Pros managing operational service availability of SharePoint farms.
    Slides
  • Keeping Your Farm Healthy: Logging, Monitoring and Throttling
    SharePoint 2010 has many new features and capabilities that can help to keep your farm healthy. This session will show the new logging and monitoring features that will support you in managing your farm. You can write queries and reports that will warn you when you farm’s health is less than optimal. We will look at the health analyzer, logging features, the logging database and the developer dashboard. This session will also dive into the new throttling features that can prevent your farm from taking too severe a beating in several areas.
    Slides
  • SharePoint 2010 Enterprise Content Management for IT Pros
    This session will show IT Pros how to make the most of the all new document and records management features in SharePoint Server 2010. We will setup a Document Center, a Records Center, Document Sets, Document Ids, the Managed Metadata Service Application, Content Type Syndication and the Content Organizer. The timer jobs involved in Enterprise Content Management will be explained and we will dive into how to best scale your SharePoint 2010 Enterprise Content Management solution.
    Slides

I hope to see many of you at the next DIWUG event on November 18th at PGGM in Zeist!

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    Hi Mirjam, I liked your presentation about Logging and Healt monitoring. I have one question about Logging Database, how can I change the default retention policy from 14 days to 31? What is the powershell cmdlet that let us update this value?

    Thank you
    Riccardo

      

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