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The Microsoft Graph is the main API for Office 365. It's a simple REST service, so you can call it from pretty much anywhere, and it gives you access to all the content in your tenant, including users and groups, Teams, SharePoint, Planner, and more. In this demo-filled session, you'll learn how to call the Graph from the Power Platform, PowerShell, Teams applications, SharePoint Framework, HTML pages - pretty much everywhere! You'll also learn when to use native APIs such as SharePoint REST and CSOM and when to use the Graph. Please join this session and open the potential of the Microsoft Graph to your programs and scripts!
Bring your best questions and thoughts on the M365 and the future. We're hosting an open round-table discussion to bring the community together. We are hosting a survey to help seed the discussion, https://bos365.info/YourQuestions.
Join us for several lightning topics:
- The M365 2022 Roadmap presented by Dimitri Ayrapetov
- How the newly released associated Hub Sites will impact your SharePoint Architecture presented by Mike Dixon
- How to leverage PowerShell & Excel to query 3rd Party API Data Sources presented by Bill Gunning
Since its introduction, the growth in popularity and compelling value of Office 365 have resulted in many organizations adopting SharePoint Online rather than building an on-premises implementation. Building SharePoint Online sites shouldn’t be approached with the same mindset as on-premises site construction, though. In this session, we’ll explore some of the key differences between SharePoint Online and SharePoint on-premises that impact performance and affect site design. We’ll examine why developing for the cloud is different, identify common performance issues/concerns, and demonstrate some good (and not-so-good) site construction approaches. We’ll also look at some hands-on troubleshooting techniques that are available for diagnosing common SharePoint Online performance issues, as well as some solutions that can be applied. At the conclusion of this session, participants will have a greater understanding of SharePoint Online, how to build snappy sites in SharePoint Online, and how to conduct basic performance troubleshooting in the cloud.
The Microsoft Technology Centers (MTCs) have been working closely with the product teams, partners, and customers for more than a year to prepare for the launch of SharePoint Syntex and future phases of Project Cortex. Come to this session to learn what SharePoint Syntex is; how it is architected; common use cases and scenarios to apply SharePoint Syntex; how to extend and integrate with Azure Search; and integration with partner solutions such as Fujitsu scanners.