New Pluralsight Course: Implementing a Hybrid SharePoint Infrastructure

New Pluralsight Course: Implementing a Hybrid SharePoint Infrastructure

I am extremely happy to announce that my fourth Pluralsight course has been released this weekend, and this one is on a subject that is quite popular these days: SharePoint Hybrid!

Hybrid SharePoint Infrastructure

As more and more organizations want to deploy a hybrid SharePoint environment to benefit from the advantages of both SharePoint on-premises and SharePoint Online, IT professionals need to learn how to implement and configure SharePoint in hybrid mode. In this course, Implementing a Hybrid SharePoint 2013/2016 Infrastructure, you’ll gain the ability to configure a hybrid SharePoint infrastructure from A to Z. First, you will learn how to configure server-to-server authentication between SharePoint on-premises and SharePoint Online so they can securely exchange information. Next, you’ll learn how to enable inbound connectivity to allow Office 365 to connect to your SharePoint on-premises for certain features. Finally, you’ll learn how to implement all the hybrid features that SharePoint has to offer such as hybrid sites, hybrid OneDrive for Business, hybrid BCS, and hybrid cloud and federated search. When you’re finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge needed to configure a hybrid SharePoint infrastructure for your organizations and/or clients. This course also covers the hybrid portion of the 70-339 exam, so listening to it will definitely be useful if you want to get your SharePoint MCSE Certification!

Hybrid SharePoint Infrastructure

You can find the course on Pluralsight at http://spvlad.com/SharePointHybrid or by clicking on the banner below!

Hybrid SharePoint Infrastructure

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Kshitij Patel

Hi,

Thanks for your detail information on Hybrid Search for Sharepoint.

We are configuring two-way hybrid federated search for our new Sharepoint 2016 Farm. With out old Sharepoint 2010 farm, we have blocked internet access from sharepoint servers. For the outbound search, do we need to give internet access on sharepoint server ? We have 2 WFE (with Distributed Cache) + 1 App + 1 Search + 1 Reporting server on new Sharepoint 2016 Farm.

Thanks

Hello,

I would suggest trying to give access to your Search Server only first since that will be the server running the Query component, so in theory it’s the only one that needs Internet! Let me know if it works!

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