SharePoint Course



Course Overview

A traditional document storage facility is usually a folder on a server somewhere. The reason why SharePoint is more effective than the traditional method is because it brings context around the folder itself by tracking versions of the document. For example, in a traditional folder setup, you can’t have a running version history for each document or see any changes to the file name. Whereas with SharePoint, there’s more information provided about the file. It’s not just some file sitting in a folder; it’s an evolving piece of information that has a history as well as context.

SharePoint is really designed around getting the organization into a central point where they can collaborate. This is particularly important for organizations that are not geographically connected.

SharePoint is primarily sold as a document management and storage system. But the product is highly configurable and usage varies substantially among organizations.

Individuals interested to learn basic knowledge about SharePoint tool. Developer who wants to learn and enhance skills in development with SharePoint.

Must have professional development experience with Visual Studio, the NET framework and ASP. NET (C#.Net / VB.NET – Any Version).

After completion of this course you get hired as system analyst, SharePoint developer, and admin in the companies like Wipro, oracle, Accenture, Honeywell and more.

The main concepts covered in the course are Introduction, Server Architecture, SharePoint Server Topologies and Hierarchy, Application Management, IIS, System Settings, Monitoring, Service Applications, Security, Upgrade, PowerShell Scripting and more

SharePoint Course Syllabus


Server Architecture

  • Web Front End
  • Application Server
  • Database Server

SharePoint Server Topologies and Hierarchy

  • Farm Architecture
  • Web Applications
  • Sites and Libraries

Application Management

  • Manage Web Applications
  • Manage Site Collections
  • Manage Content Databases
  • Manage Service Application


  • Application Pool and Application Pool Identity
  • Managing Application pool identity
  • Managing IIS Websites

System Settings

  • Manage server in multi-farm
  • Manage Farm feature
  • Manage custom solutions
  • Configuring in-coming and out-going emails


  • Health Analyzer
  • Configuring and Monitoring Timer jobs
  • Configuring and Monitoring health reports
  • Monitoring Event logs
  • Monitoring Logs

Service Applications

  • What is Service Applications?
  • Service Accounts and Managed Account
  • Configuring new Service Applications
  • Managing services across farm


  • Manage farm administrators
  • Configure user policy.
  • Manage Service and Farm Accounts


  • Change license type and Upgrade process
  • Patch installation
  • Monitor upgrade status

PowerShell Scripting

  • Backup and Restore Site Collection
  • Import and Export Site Collection
  • Install and Active Custom Solutions
  • Configure Service Applications