About this Course
This three-day, instructor-led course provides an introduction to the Microsoft Solutions Framework (MSF). These key elements include the MSF Team and Process models as well as the Risk Management, Project Management, and Readiness Management Disciplines. The course utilizes a combination of presentation lectures and hands-on activities.
The primary audience for this course is IT project professionals who are responsible for planning, building, and deploying Microsoft solutions. These IT project professionals include Microsoft customers and partners, and Microsoft Consulting Services.
At Course Completion
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Explain how an improved solution strategy can alleviate the challenges to delivering technology solutions.
Describe how the MSF team model is used on an MSF project.
Discuss the concept of MSF role clusters.
Explain how MSF teams are scaled, depending on project size and complexity.
Explain project management on MSF teams.
Explain how the risk management discipline is applied to an MSF project.
Explain the MSF envisioning phase.
Explain how to ensure that the solution meets initial business goals and requirements.
Describe how the team plans what to build.
Explain the MSF developing phase.
Explain the MSF stabilizing phase.
Describe the tasks involved in testing and piloting a solution.
Explain the MSF deploying phase.
Describe the tasks involved in deploying to a production environment.