Ignite 2016 is over and we all were updated with tons of new features, announcements and insights in Atlanta - in this post I will try to give you a summary what I learned at Ignite 2016 SharePoint Conference it Atlanta. Office 365 and SharePoint Online I took that one from the official source because it pretty sums up whats coming: The next wave of innovations to achieve the SharePoint vision (simple and powerful file sharing, mobile and intelligent intranet, open and connected platform, commitment to security, privacy and compliance) contains the following highlights:
I’m reading Search, Search and Search in the description of the session by Neil Hodgkinson (@Nellymo) – so what could go wrong? 🙂 Why hybrid? Everything in one search index is a great solution for global spanning enterprises. No more spinning up VPNs to connect and search for company data is of great value. Line of Business (LOB) data can be indexed, too - and you dont have to migrate the entire application to make the data available.
Session with Bill Bear and Rick Taylor about all things hybrid. Here are my notes: Hybrid Scenarios Bill started with hosting scenarios from traditional, private and public cloud options: If you are in doubt check if there is a bigger company in your area that moved to the cloud Business Needs Different view to meet business needs is to look at the time to deliver: and your application needs: dynamic scale required?