Microsoft's SharePoint platform is a complex, diverse technical tool designed to meet a range of business needs and uses. It requires several other platforms and applications for implementation, and it can be integrated with other external line of business applications. This diversity also applies to the numerous methods, tools, and approaches that can be used to preserve your SharePoint farm if it becomes affected by a catastrophic event. The majority of SharePoint 2010 Disaster Recovery Guide introduces you to those methods, tools, and approaches for backing up and restoring SharePoint. After it covers all the crucial technical aspects of preserving SharePoint with the tools Microsoft provides for it, it introduces you to the key concepts and activities necessary to develop a disaster recovery plan to implement those technical practices.
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About the Author
John L. Ferringer is a solutions architect for Apparatus, Inc. in Indianapolis, Indiana,with more than six years of experience administering and supporting SharePoint technologies and more than 12 years working in the information technology consulting industry. He is an MCTS in the installation and configuration of Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) v3, Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007, and Microsoft System Center Operations Manager (SCOM) 2007. He is also a Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP) for Enterprise Project Management (EPM) with Project Server 2007. John speaks regularly at user groups, SharePoint Saturdays, and other conferences throughout the Midwest. He plans to make his triumphant return to blogging at http://www.MyCentralAdmin.com now that this book is done, besides writing articles and posting at other great SharePoint-related sites throughout the interconnected tubes of the Internet. John also administers www.SearchForSharePoint.com, a custom search engine indexing more than 2,000 Web sites of SharePoint content. Follow John on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/Ferringer.
Sean McDonough is the Product Manager for SharePoint Products at Idera, a Microsoft gold certified partner and creator of tools for SharePoint, SQL Server, PowerShell and Dynamics. As a consultant, Sean has worked with a number of Fortune 500 companies to architect, implement, troubleshoot, tune, and customize their SharePoint environments. Sean is an MCTS, an MCPD, and the co-author of the "SharePoint 2007 Disaster Recovery Guide." He can be reached on Twitter (@spmcdonough), through his blog (http://SharePointInterface.com), and on LinkedIn (http://www.linkedin.com/in/smcdonough).
Table of Contents
Introduction. 1. SharePoint Disaster Recovery Planning and Key Concepts. 2. SharePoint Disaster Recovery Design and Implementation. 3. SharePoint Disaster Recovery Testing and Maintenance. 4. SharePoint Disaster Recovery Best Practices. 5. Windows Server 2008 Backup and Restore. 6. Windows Server 2008 High Availability. 7. SQL Server 2008 Backup and Restore. 8. SQL Server 2008 High Availability. 9. SharePoint 2010 Central Administration Backup and Restore. 10. SharePoint 2010 Command Line Backup and Restore. 11. SharePoint 2010 Disaster Recovery Development. 12. SharePoint 2010 Disaster Recovery for End Users. 13. Conclusion. Index.