CHAPTER 8 Application Services Overview

When it comes to evaluating software applications, many organizations often pay too much attention to the eye candy and not enough to the clever stuff that goes on behind the scenes. With SharePoint, this is easy to do, and in my experience, many organizations have invested in a SharePoint implementation without fully appreciating the potential of the platform. SharePoint is more than a platform that allows users to create web sites or collaborate on content creation. In Part II, you saw a lot of clever SharePoint user interface features, but the real meat of the SharePoint platform is in the application services layer.

In this part of the book, we’ll take a look at the service application architecture ...

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