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BB36. FAST: Building Search-Driven Portals with Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 and Microsoft Silverlight .  Jan Helge Sageflåt Director, Product Development FAST, A Microsoft® Subsidiary.  Stein Danielsen Director, Product Development FAST, A Microsoft® Subsidia ry.

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BB36

FAST: Building Search-Driven Portals with Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 and Microsoft Silverlight

 Jan Helge Sageflåt

Director, Product Development

FAST, A Microsoft® Subsidiary

 Stein Danielsen

Director, Product Development

FAST, A Microsoft® Subsidiary

one minute on fast
One minute on FAST…

Founded 1997.

About 800 employees dedicated to search.

HQ in Oslo, Norway.

A recognized leader in delivering search software and solutions based on the FAST ESP flagship product

Joined forces with Microsoft

search developers to form the

Microsoft Enterprise Search Group (MESG)

FAST solutions drive

revenue generation for online businesses

and productivity for the enterprise

Acquired by Microsoft

April 2008

agenda
Agenda

Level

Search-as-you-type

using AJAX and

FAST ESP Web Parts

as a Web Service

Building a WPF Search Front End

Using the FAST .Net Search API

Expert

Using JavaScript for client

side rendering of FAST ESP

Web Parts results

Building a MOSS Search Front End

Using the FAST ESP Web Parts

and Microsoft Silverlight

Advanced

Wrap-up

Welcome

Beginner

Lunch Progress

building a wpf search front end
demo

Building a WPFSearch Front End

 Jan Helge Sageflåt

Director, Product Development

building a moss search front end
demo

Building a MOSSSearch Front End

 Jan Helge Sageflåt

Director, Product Development

using javascript for client s ide rendering
demo

Using JavaScript for Client Side Rendering

 Stein Danielsen

Director, Product Development

search as you type using ajax
demo

Search-as-you-typeUsing AJAX

 Stein Danielsen

Director, Product Development

microsoft enterprise search roadmap
Microsoft Enterprise Search Roadmap

Today

Tomorrow

  • FAST ESP
  • Cross platform
  • Tuned for internet sites
  • No change to packaging & pricing
  • Integration via web parts & connector
  • FAST ESP on Windows, Linux, Unix
  • ESP for SharePoint
  • OOB value
  • Tuned for intranets

ESP

for

SharePoint

High End

Infrastructure

Entry Level

want to learn more
Want to learn more?

The Industry's Largest Business &Technology Conference

Dedicated to Enterprise Search

February 9 - 11, 2009  – Mirage Hotel, Las Vegas, NV USA

  • http://www.fastforward09.com
  • FAST Web Parts (requires access to FAST ESP backend)
  • http://www.codeplex.com/espwebparts
  • FAST Corporate Web Site
  • http://www.fastsearch.com
evals recordings
Evals & Recordings

Please fill out your evaluation for this session at:

This session will be available as a recording at:

www.microsoftpdc.com

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The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.