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:
Microsoft SharePoint Server 2016 provides a new suite of IT capabilities to drive improvements in both scale and resiliency. Learn the best practices to deploying and provisioning SharePoint Server 2016 with these capabilities in mind. A session with Todd Klindt (@toddklindt) and Jason Himmelstein (@sharepointlhorn) – this will be super good!
Here are my notes: MinRole MinRole rocks and its actually self-healing, can be installed on 1 server (plus sql).
Ignite 2016 session about apps, mobile experiences and intelligent portals by Andy Haon (@andyhaon) and Nate Clinton (@nate_clinton). Here are my notes: SharePoint Home I was a little late to the session, so only a screenshot from the slides:
Mobile Apps Approach: look at the key workloads in regards to SharePoint and bring them to the mobile apps on all platforms.
Things they learned: Sign-in issues (a lot), analysis of top requests and implementing them