Content Management Server 2002 Online Books
Windows Server System Online Books complement the Microsoft Windows Server System product documentation by offering:
- Customer-based integration stories that demonstrate how Microsoft customers are integrating Windows Server System into their enterprises in order to operate more efficiently and save money.
- Scenario-based Windows Server System Development books whose comprehensive code examples demonstrate how you can use Windows Server System and their related APIs to create solutions to real-world business problems.
- Task-based Windows Server System IT books that go beyond the boundaries of Help files and white papers to deliver comprehensive guidance on how to perform tasks such as planning, deployment, migration, and disaster recovery.
Customer-Based Integration Books
- Building, Deploying, and Maintaining Intranet Sites for the Enterprise MSDN (January 2004, Online Book)
Building, Deploying, and Maintaining Intranet Sites for the Enterprise discusses how a small team within the Operations and Technology Group (OTG) at Microsoft uses Microsoft Content Management Server (MCMS) 2002 to build, deploy, and maintain OTGWeb, an internal Microsoft site. OTG uses OTGWeb to provide information and tools to keep Microsoft employees informed and productive. OTGWeb is, as far as we know, the largest intranet site running MCMS today.
Scenario-Based Developer Books
- Integration Techniques and Strategies for Internet Business MSDN (January 2004, Online Book)
Integration Techniques and Strategies for Internet Business examines a variety of integration options available to you when designing your Web sites. The methodology we present is simple, secure, and extendable. We take the WoodgroveNet sample site which shipped as a sample with MCMS 2002 and build integration components to show integration with search engines, workflow engines, authentication systems, and other software.
Task-Based IT Books
- Performance Planning and Deployment with Content Management Server 2002 MSDN (June 2003, Online Book)
Demonstrates how to plan your MCMS 2002 deployment to maximize performance, how to estimate site capacity with transaction cost analysis, and provides best practices and instructions for installing an MCMS 2002, 13-computer, 3-tier, sample, secure deployment that can easily be scaled out to meet the needs of your enterprise. Additionally, it provides troubleshooting tips and answers frequently asked questions about installing and using MCMS 2002.
Windows Server System Online Books