Nik’s SharePoint Fest 2015 Chicago Session Deck on High Trust Provider Hosted Add-in is Available

Thanks everyone who was able to make my session at the SharePoint Fest Chicago 2015. It was a great to see familiar faces and friends in a jam packed session. Historically SharePoint fest has seen lots of IT decision makers, business analysts rather than IT Pros or developers. It was a great to see so many developers and IT Pros in Level 300 technical session like mine this year.

I had a great fun walking attendees on detailed real-world high-trust provider hosted add-ins infrastructure configuration. Information I had presented has been scattered around on web or MSDN or on Office365 PnP but I am yet to see full detailed end-to-end guidance on add-ins configuration even though add-ins model has been released since July 2012. One of the main reasons why SharePoint provider hosted add-ins isn’t popular because it takes lots of skills to stand up add-ins development environment. Hopefully advanced sessions like mine would bridge that gap which we as IT Pros face every day in the real world.

Session Abstract – Configuring SharePoint Add-Ins Infrastructure for both development and publishing environment is never been a trivial task. In addition to core SharePoint expertise, it requires knowledge ranging from DNS and Network routing, IIS routing, and certificates. This session will provide prescriptive guidance and step by step guide on how to architect and configure provider hosted add-in infrastructure for SharePoint 2013 on-premises. This session is for both beginners and advanced level developers and architects.

As promised, here is my session deck available through Slide Share. Feel free to download and reach out to me if you have any questions.


Have a great time!!

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2 Responses to Nik’s SharePoint Fest 2015 Chicago Session Deck on High Trust Provider Hosted Add-in is Available

  1. Hi Nik, Awesome slide deck, thanks. Do you have plans to publish the powershell scripts as well ?

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