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What’s new in SharePoint 2016 Markus Hintner #SPSSTHLM07, May 21st, 2016
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SharePoint and O365 – a brief history
SharePoint 2016 Editions
No more SharePoint Foundation 2016
SharePoint 2016 Server
Server & Standard CAL
Server & Standard CAL & Enterprise CAL
Project Server included
User Profile Sync: FIM Client
Work Management Service (use Planner)
Excel Services (OOS takes over)
No new Version for 2016
Thank you, 2003 - 2013
Release Candidate Patch
SQL Server 2014 SP1
Windows Server 2012 R2 or Windows Server 2016
MinRole allows you to define the purpose of a SharePoint Server.
SharePoint automatically configures the services it needs.
Simpler capacity planning
SharePoint starts Services on appropriate machine(s)
Role Conversion is possible
MinRole – additional info
Spence Harbar‘s session
„Scaling SharePoint 2016 Farms with MinRole & Other Tools“
Office Online Server
fka Office Web Apps
Responsible for Excel Services functionality
Files can be renamed (or moved), ID of document stays the same (parameter „d“)
© Spence Harbar
FIM Client completely removed from SP
User Profile Synchronization possible with Microsoft Identity Manager Sync Service
Less dependencies (SharePoint/MIM)
No need for farm-account to be in den Local Admins group
More complexity when importing data with BCS
If you want to see more…
Come to my session at European SharePoint Conference in Vienna
No inplace-update possible
Database attach is only update option
In-Place only for B2B (Build-to-Build)
SharePoint 2013 SP1
No direct update from 2010 possible
All Site Collections must be in „15“ mode
Database Version 15
Site Collection cannot stay in 14-mode (was possible in Beta 1)
Site Collection Update
Three options for updating Site Collections
Update SC along with database during attach (default)
Manually trigger SC update
if update of SC is skipped by using Mount-SPContentDatabase –SkipSiteUpgrade
SC requiring an update will be updated automatically at first browse
Update duration depends on size and complexity
Only tests can show how long it takes to update a SC
SC is read only for users during update
SharePoint Online Migration API
GA since September 2015
Azure Storage Account
SharePoint Online Management Shell
SharePoint Online and OneDrive Migration User Guide: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/mt203923.aspx
Maximum Upload Size
No explicit limit for File Uploads
10 GB default (should not be exceeded)
Could have been removed in 2013 because of Shredded Storage Architecture
Fast Site Collection Creation
Template for SiteCollection is being made available in ContentDB
New-SPSiteMaster -contentdatabase WSS_Content -Template STS#0
Templates available for Site Master
Enable-SPWebTemplateForSiteMaster -Template STS#0 -compatibilitylevel 15
Since Site Collections are now created by copying at Content Database level with Fast Site Collection Creation enabled, the Feature Activation that usually happens during regular Site Collection creation does not occur.
Features should be marked to be activated post-copy, so their activation code executes after the Site is created.
FeaturesToActivateOnCopy property of SPSiteMaster
Feedback and voting for features through UserVoice
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