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Estimation Worksheet for Sharepoint Projects

  Asked By: Pankaj    Date: Jan 26    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 7129

I am in the process of estimating the rough order of magnitude effort for
redesigning a portal and migrating the content to run on SP 2010.

I'd like to obtain a pointer to an estimation worksheet that I can potentially
reuse.

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Answer #1    Answered By: Linsey Bauer     Answered On: Jan 26

Start here.

sharepoint.microsoft.com/.../...ro-Training-Guide.
aspx



Print this poster: Microsoft sharepoint  Server 2010 Upgrade Planning

technet.microsoft.com/en-gb/library/cc263199(office.14).aspx



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Upgrading to SharePoint Server 2010

technet.microsoft.com/en-gb/library/cc303420(office.14).aspx



Here are the planning worksheets:

technet.microsoft.com/en-gb/library/cc262451(office.14).aspx

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Ivy Salinas     Answered On: Jan 26

I have seen that there is a recently published book on SharePoint Deployment and
Governance by Dave Chennault.

In attempting to estimate the size various implementation options, I am trying
to understand the pros and cons of each of the following:

** Option A: Greenfield
Start from scratch, phased build out of new system, aligned with
business requirements.
Migrate appropriate content  in phases based on functionality delivered.

** Option B: Migrate then Build
Initial migration of entire system from SP 2007 to SP 2010.
Remediation of migration issues.
Phased reengineering of system aligned with business requirements.

Thanks for sharing other experiences that have worked successfully.

 
Answer #3    Answered By: Kevin Davis     Answered On: Jan 26

Working Context: The current portal  built on SP 2007 is inherently complex in an
organization.

The users are segmented based on roles. In order  to simplify the transition from
the SP 2007 to SP 2010, the business sponsor would like the project team to
optimize the experience of each user segment by priority rank order. Such an
implementation option would imply there would be two systems operating in
parallel (i.e., SP 2007 and SP 2010) during the interim until all the user
segments have been satisfactorily covered.

Has such a deployment scenario been navigated by any organization? Feel free to
share any successes or lesssons learned from mishaps.

 
Answer #4    Answered By: Meenakshi Khochar     Answered On: Jan 26

You should really start a new thread for this since it doesn't have anything to
do with the original post.

Essentially there is no gradual upgrade from SP07 to SP10. It is an all or
nothing move. (Which was brought up at the SP2010 launch)

www.sharepointjoel.com/.../Post.aspx\
-ba5369008acb&ID=271

 
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