1. The Office 365 Deployment Challenge

    1. Reviewing Office 365

    2. Introducing the FastTrack Deployment Methodology

    3. Getting to the Pilot

      1. Introducing the FastTrack Deployment Methodology

  2. Planning the Pilot Phase

    1. Overview of the Pilot Phase

    2. Identifying Environmental and Software Prerequisites

    3. Planning for Pilot Users

    4. Planning for Pilot Users

    5. Planning for Team Collaboration

      1. Planning the Pilot Phase

  3. Planning the Deploy Phase - Part 1

    1. Overview of the Deploy Phase

    2. Planning Service Selection

    3. Planning Networking and Domains

    4. Planning User Management

      1. Planning the Deploy Phase (Part 1)

  4. Planning the Deploy Phase - Part 2

    1. Planning Email Migration

    2. Planning SharePoint Site Collections and sites

    3. Planning Lync Online

    4. Planning Office 365 ProPlus Deployment

      1. Planning Office 365 ProPlus Deployment

  5. Planning the Enhance Phase - Part 1

    1. Overview of the Enhance Phase

    2. Planning Single Sign-On

    3. Planning Hybrid Exchange Deployments

      1. Planning the Enhance Phase (Part 1)

  6. Planning the Enhance Phase – Part 2

    1. Planning Exchange Online Protection

    2. Planning SharePoint Online Customization

    3. Planning Hybrid SharePoint Implementations

      1. Planning the Enhance Phase (Part 2)

  7. Case Study

This intensive instructor-led course provides students with the knowledge and experience to implement Office 365 in a large corporate environment using the FastTrack three-phase delivery process of Pilot, Deploy, and Enhance. The course consists of two distinct parts:
  • Lecture/Lab. Part One is the training phase of the course and consists of six modules. Each module has an associated paper-based lab that is based on an actual, real-world Office 365 deployment involving a medium-sized enterprise organization. The aim of the scenario is to confirm that students have learned the concepts from the modules.
  • Case Study. Part Two is the testing phase and consists of a different scenario based on another real-world deployment, this time involving a large enterprise deployment. During the case study, students will work in groups to create a design solution for the organization that is based on the information provided in the scenario and gained from interviewing the instructor, who will role-play the part of the customer. Each group will then present its design to the remainder of the class.
Before attending this course, students must have:
  • At least one year of experience with Office 365 and at least two years of in-role experience as a consultant.

  • Knowledge of the individual components of Office 365, such as Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft SharePoint, Microsoft Lync, and Office 365 ProPlus.

  • Experience with the Office 365 platform and its administrative console.

  • Experience with Active Directory, Windows Azure Active Directory, Directory Synchronization (DirSync) and single sign-on (SSO) with Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) 2.0.

  • Successful deployment experience of Office 365 in a customer-facing engagement.

  • Knowledge of the principles of IT project design.

  • Ability to present and peer-review a project design.
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