Case Study: Blue Yonder Airlines
Blue Yonder Airlines manufactures, sells, and services small commercial jet aircraft. The company has offices worldwide. Blue Yonder currently uses both SharePoint2013 and SharePoint 2016.The company has a public website that is based on an ASP.NET web application.
Service environment (SharePoint 2013)
• The legacy SharePoint 2013 farm runs SharePoint Server 2013.
• This farm has over 200 site collections that are hosted on 20 content databases. There is no clear documentation that details which site collections are located in which content databases.
• The SQL Server for the SharePoint 2013 is ServerRole2013.
Every file stored within the system must contain the following common document properties:
• Document Status
• Enterprise Keywords
Values for the Document Status property must be displayed in English, Spanish, or French. The display language must be based on a user’s language preferences.
Additional fields or settings may be added in the future.
You must be able to manage file metadata settings from a single location. When you make changes to settings, the changes must be applied to site collections and existing documents. This locationmust not be a part of the existing marketing, HR, or procurement team sites.
Each departmental site must have a separate site collection. All departmental sites must be hosted in a single web application which is located at http://sp.bluevonder.com.
Locations for the storage of personal documents for each employee should be created in a dedicated web application.
No custom development is permitted. Custom solutions must not be installed on the farm. Only configurations based on standard functionality are acceptable.
Employees in the marketing, HR, and procurement departments are only permitted to have Read, Contribute, or Edit permissions to their sites.
The human resources (HR) department is responsible for sharing information with all employees related to four themes: my work, my benefits, and my career.
The naming of these themes may change overtime, and additional themes maybe added. It must be possible for someone from the HR team to edit the themes.
The HR site on the intranet is divided into a top level site with three subsites. Each subsite represents a unique team.
The global navigation of the HR site must feature a listing of the relevant themes and link to custom pages that list content for each theme. The site must not display links to subsites or other pages on the HR site.
Team site URL
The HR site must use the URL http://hrblueonder.com
The marketing department will use SharePoint to publish brochures, marketing materials, and announcements. Only final versions of these documents maybe added to the marketing team site forsharing with other Blue Yonder employees. Once a file is published, employees must be able to access the file by using a consistent link even if the file is renamed or moved within the site.
User file storage
Files that are in draft mode must not be accessible to any user except the author until the file is ready for review. Each marketing employee must have a single location for storing draft work, work inprogress materials, and other personal files. Files stored in this location must only be accessible to the employee that owns the area unless the employee chooses to share a file with other users.
The storage location must be created automatically for an employee and must not require assistance from IT for configuration.
The URL for each employees’ site must be http://emplovees.bluevonder.com/mv/personal/username. where username represents the login of the employee.
The public website is not part of the SharePoint environment. It is a standalone ASP.NET website. Content on the public website, including news and job postings, is updated once a month. Informationposted to the public website must by accessible by using search. Information stored in the Downloads section of the website must not be crawled due to the large size and the number of files.
Team site URL
The team site for The department must use the URL, http://marketina.bluevonder.com .
The procurement department uses SharePoint to store contracts and related documents. You must store these documents in a few document libraries as possible. The documents may containprecedents or terms that are relevant for reuse. The procurement site stores over 20 million documents. The term store for the site contains two million terms.
Currently, the site consumes approximately100 gigabytes (GB) of storage. This is expected to double within a year. It is expected that search will be a key feature for this group.
When a search is conducted and a user hovers over the search result, the user must be able to easily launch the document, visit the library that is stored in, or preview the file. The links to the document and the library must appear above the preview of the file.
Team site URL
The site for the department must use the URL http://procurement.bluevonder.com
The product team uses the legacy SharePoint 2013 farm. You must upgrade the farm to SharePoint Server 2016 so that the product team can take advantage of all the services that are available to the other departments.
The existing products site is very active. You must ensure that users cannot change the site content during the upgrade process.
• The SharePoint environment has two web applications. One web application is used for Departmental Collaboration, and the other is used for Central Administration.
• Each departmental site should be configured as a separate site collection.
• All departmental sites should be hosted within the same web application. The web application is accessible at the URL http://sp.bluevonder com
• Locations for the storage of personal documents for each employee should be created in a dedicated web application.
• The server farm is configured with SharePoint Server 2016 and Office Online Server. No additional addons or software packages are installed.
• The SQL Server for the SharePoint 2016 farm is ServerRole2016.
• The farm should leverage Min Role with a dedicated server for search.
You need to configure search for the marketing public website.
What should you create?
A . a Content type
B . a SharePoint Site content source
C . a Web Sites content source
D . an Enterprise Search Center