Hi there – we're trying out a new concept on our SharePoint Server 2010 TechCenter and we'd love your feedback.
Creating and maintaining a solution based on SharePoint Server 2010 takes a lot of work, from many people, sometimes over a long period of time. Folks who are new to the product may not know where to start, who to involve, and how to work through the process. We wanted to put together a blueprint that gives you a sense of the tasks and people involved, and what steps need to happen across the lifecycle of the solution – from initial evaluation through planning and development, deployment, and on to operations and maintenance. Our attempt to show those steps is now live as the Published Intranet Solution Center.
We're calling it a Solution Center because it's all about one specific type of solution that people frequently build on top of SharePoint Server 2010. This is in contrast to our Resource Centers, which explain a single concept, such as capacity management or Web content management. The Solution Center incorporates information about both of those concepts (plus many others) in the flow of tasks for the solution.
On the Solution Center, you'll find:
We'd really like to hear from you. Any feedback would be very welcome, whether it’s about the approach, the content itself, or about your solution creation process and how it differs from or aligns with what we've described.
To send us feedback about the Published Intranet Solution Center, you can:
Thanks for listening!