Join us at the Silicon Valley SharePoint User Group, on February 20, to learn more about SharePoint 2013 App Model development techniques. Brian Prigge, from Ramp, will be delivering our session, discussing how to leverage SaaS applications using the SharePoint 2013 app model.
This should be an interesting and informative discussion; we hope to see you there!
|Speaker:||Brian Prigge (Ramp)|
|Topic:||Leveraging SaaS Applications Using the SharePoint App Model|
|Description:||When looking at saas trends, historically SaaS applications have been disparate causing end user confusion and leading to poor user acceptance. With that advent of SharePoint 2013 and the new App Model, developers can bring those applications under one roof in either SharePoint Online or SharePoint Server without disenchanting end-users or frightening the IT pros. As with any new development model, there are significant benefits, but also significant challenges. I’ll review experiences from real-world projects and how to integrate SAAS services with SharePoint 2013. Attendees will learn important tips and best practices for how to leverage the App Model to augment a SharePoint Server 2013 or SharePoint Online environment, while maintaining a consistent look and feel, emphasizing searchability, and ensuring security.|
|About Brian Prigge:||Brian Prigge is a SharePoint Architect with RAMP, where he leads the implementation of SaaS-based architectures into custom SharePoint integrations. He has been working with SharePoint for over five years and has a deep knowledge of both the solutions model and the app model for custom SharePoint development. He has worked in many major verticals ranging from pharmaceuticals to financial services. He specializes in designing and developing custom solutions to complex business problems.”Prior to his position at RAMP, Brian worked as a SharePoint Consultant and Trainer for a Chicago-based consultancy and as an engineer at a prominent automotive security company. He has worked with a wide range of farm sizes and throughout the entire project lifecycle, allowing him to provide a well-rounded perspective on the complex nature of SharePoint.|
|Meeting Location:||Valley Transit Authority (VTA)
3331 North First Street
San Jose, CA 95134
United States of America
|Meeting Date:||February 20, 2014|
|Meeting Time:||5:30pm to 6:00pm – Arrive
6:00pm to 7:00pm – Session
7:00pm to 7:30pm – Q&A
7:30pm to 8:00pm – Raffle and Wrap-up