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Server+ deals with Industry Standard Server Architecture (ISSA) issues, such as RAID, SCSI, multiple CPUs, SANs - and more. This is a vendor neutral class.
Authoritative coverage of all exam objectives, including: Installation, Configuration, Upgrading, Proactive Maintenance, Environment, Troubleshooting and Problem Determination, Disaster Recovery
CompTIA recommends that Server candidates have between 18 and 24 months of experience in the server technology industry, as well as experience working on a server.
This class was created with the understanding that you have already successfully completed your A certification. Several key elements in the A certification are built upon within the Server certification. Recommended, also, is obtaining your Network certification prior to attempting the Server .
Knowledge of the concepts and skills listed here are required for competent performance of tasks listed on the Server+ blueprint. 1. Describe Physical Drives and Logical Drives and describe their functionality. 2. Identify and describe the differences, strengths and specifications of the following SCSI solutions
3. Identify and describe the differences, strengths and specifications of IDE
4. Define the features, capabilities, and implementation of the following RAID levels and explain how each relates to fault tolerance or high availability: (non-proprietary)
5. Describe the benefits of Hardware RAID over Software RAID 6. Describe hot swap, hot plug, and redundant capability of different components 7. Describe fail over and hot spare 8. Describe clustering, scalability, and high availability 9. Identify the basic attributes, purpose, function and advantages of Fibre Channel 10. Explain the differences, strengths and specifications of CPU 11. Describe Multiprocessing functionality 12. Define the following cache memory and explain how it works in a server
13. Describe the characteristics of the following types of memory and server memory requirements:
14. Identify the basic attributes, purpose, function and performance of the following System Bus Architectures
15. Explain how the System Bus affects the performance of a server 16. Identify the basic attributes, purpose, and function of the following Management Protocols
17. Identify the basic attributes, purpose, and function of the following types of servers
18. Identify the function of the following models of Application Servers
19. Define Backup, Restore, and Disaster Recovery Concepts 20. Describe Security Concepts (Importance of physically securing a server) 21. Describe Shutdown Procedures acros s the following network operating systems
22. Describe the basic concepts for the following aspects of rack mounting servers
23. Describe when BIOS/Firmware upgrade should be performed 24. Describe the importance and use of maintenance logs and service logs (documentation) 25. Identify the major features of the following Server Operating Systems
26. Define the impact of domains and directory services on server hardware design 27. Describe the following common network interface protocols
28. Describe Network Interface Cards as they relate to the System Bus 29. Describe Adaptive Fault Tolerance 30. Describe Adapter Load Balancing 31. Describe Adapter Teaming
This course provides existing .NET developers with practical information and labs that enables them to build solutions on the Microsoft SharePoint 2010 platform.
After completing this course, students will have been taught information how to:
This course is intended for professional developers who use Microsoft SharePoint 2010 in a team-based, medium-sized to large development environment. Members of the audience are experienced users of Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 SP1. The audience understands how to use the new features of SharePoint 2010 and Visual Studio 2010.
Before attending this course, students must have:
Module 1: Introduction to the SharePoint 2010 Development Platform This module describes the SharePoint 2010 development platform and the benefits and features that it offers to developers. Lessons
Lab: Developing with the SharePoint 2010 Object Hierarchy
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Module 2: Using SharePoint 2010 Developer Tools This module describes how to use development tools that are integrated with the SharePoint 2010 development platform, such as Visual Studio 2010 and SharePoint Designer 2010. Lessons
Lab: Using SharePoint 2010 Developer Tools
Module 3: Developing SharePoint 2010 Web Parts This module describes how to develop Web Parts for SharePoint 2010 solutions. Lessons
Lab: Creating SharePoint 2010 Web Parts by Using Visual Studio 2010
Module 4: Working with SharePoint Objects on the Server This module describes how to develop code that uses the server-side objects provided by the SharePoint 2010 development platform. Lessons
Lab: Creating and Manipulating Server-Side Objects
Module 5: Creating Event Receivers and Application Settings This module describes how to develop event receivers and manipulate application settings for SharePoint 2010 solutions. Lessons
Lab: Creating Event Receivers and Web.Config Modifications
Module 6: Developing Solutions by Using Business Connectivity Services This module describes how to develop solutions that access external data by using Business Connectivity Services. Lessons
Lab: Building Business Connectivity Services Solutions
Module 7: Developing SharePoint 2010 Workflows This module describes how to develop workflows as part of SharePoint 2010 solutions. Lessons
Lab: Creating Workflows for SharePoint 2010
Module 8: Working with Client-Based APIs for SharePoint 2010 This module describes how to develop code that uses the client-side objects provided by the SharePoint 2010 development platform. Lessons
Lab: Developing .NET Applications by Using the SharePoint Client Object Model
Module 9: Developing Interactive User Interfaces This module describes how to develop server ribbon controls and client dialogs for the new user interface platform of SharePoint 2010. Lessons
Lab: Developing User Interface Components for SharePoint 2010 Solutions
Module 10: Developing Silverlight Applications for SharePoint This module describes how to develop Silverlight applications that are integrated with SharePoint 2010 data and solutions. Lessons
Lab: Developing Silverlight Applications by using the SharePoint Client Object Model
Module 11: Developing Sandboxed Solutions This module describes how to develop sandboxed solutions for SharePoint 2010. Lessons
Lab: Creating Sandboxed Solutions for SharePoint 2010
Module 12: Working with SharePoint Server Profiles and Taxonomy APIs This module describes how to develop code that uses the taxonomic and user profile services of the SharePoint 2010 development platform. Lessons
Lab: Working with User Profiles and Taxonomies Programmatically
Module 13: Developing Content Management Solutions This module describes how to develop code that uses the content management services of the SharePoint 2010 development platform. Lessons
Lab: Branding SharePoint Sites
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