SharePoint Farm Task List Sample

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Farm:

Capacity planning and sizing.
Server acquisition and setup.
Deployment.
Scaling out, patching, and operations.
Backing up data.
Maintaining a disaster recovery environment.

Server Operating System:

SQL Server
SharePoint 2014 Server License
SharePoint 2014 Client Access License

Design the SharePoint environment on-premises environment:

SharePoint farm topology and logical architecture.
Server hardware.
Virtual environment
Load balancing.
Integration with Active Directory and DNS.
Design the disaster recovery environment.

Deploy and manage the SharePoint on premises environment:

Provision servers.
Deploy the SharePoint environment.
Update SharePoint farm servers.
Add or remove farm servers as needed based on farm utilization.
Backup the SharePoint environment.
Implement the disaster recovery environment and protocol.

Front-end servers:

Service applications, services, and components that serve user requests directly are placed on front-end servers.
These servers are optimized for fast performance.

Batch-processing servers:

Service applications, services, and components that process background tasks are placed on a middle-tier of servers referred to as batch processing servers.
These servers are optimized to maximize system resources.
These servers can tolerate greater loads because these tasks do not affect performance observed by users.

Database-servers:

Guidance for deploying database servers remains the same.
In a small farm, server roles can be combined on one or two servers.
For example, front-end services and batch-processing services can be combined on a single server or on two or more servers to achieve redundancy.

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