What Microsoft .NET Means for IT Professionals

This course is included in our On-demand training solution.

Overview

To introduce the concepts and components of Microsoft .NET

Target Audience

Business managers, IT professionals

Prerequisites

A high-level understanding of information technology concepts, such as applications, programming language, internetworking, operating systems, and hardware

Expected Duration

300 min.

Course Objectives

What Microsoft .NET Means for IT Professionals

  • explain the concepts behind Microsoft .NET.
  • describe the advantages of building software as a service.
  • explain the concepts behind Microsoft HailStorm.
  • describe the .NET services framework.
  • describe the services offered by MSN.NET.
  • describe the services offered by Passport.NET.
  • describe the services offered by bCentral.NET.
  • describe the roles and common features of the .NET enterprise servers in the .NET e-commerce solution.
  • describe how Application Center Server fits into the .NET Framework.
  • describe the features of SQL Server 2000.
  • describe the role of Exchange 2000 Server in .NET.
  • describe the features and architecture of Internet Security and Acceleration Server.
  • describe the features of Host Integration Server.
  • describe the features and functions of Commerce Server 2000.
  • describe the features and functions of BizTalk Server 2000.
  • explain how Microsoft .NET enterprise servers and Microsoft .NET technologies can be used in developing e-business applications.
  • describe the features of Mobile Information 2001 Server and SharePoint Portal Server 2001.
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