SharePoint 2010 Edition Details Now Available


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Problem

I have not been able to find the details about SharePoint 2010 editions. I need to know what features are included in each edition.

Solution

During the pre-release phase of SharePoint 2010, the details of what feature was included in which edition were vague. Now that SharePoint 2010 has been officially released, the edition details are now available on Microsoft's website.

Here are some key links:

Compare SharePoint Editions
http://sharepoint.microsoft.com/en-us/buy/Pages/Editions-Comparison.aspx

Feature Details:
http://sharepoint.microsoft.com/en-us/product/capabilities/Pages/default.aspx

Licensing Details:
http://sharepoint.microsoft.com/en-us/buy/Pages/Licensing-Details.aspx

Insights:
http://sharepoint.microsoft.com/en-us/product/capabilities/insights/Pages/default.aspx

Microsoft now brands it's new array of Business Intelligence products "Insights". The "Decomposition Tree", part of the PerformancePoint suite of features, was taken from the ProClarity product, which was purchased by Microsoft in 2006. Now with SharePoint 2010, it is fully implemented as a SharePoint web service.

As expected, most of the Enterprise level services (i.e. Excel Services, Access Services, BI capabilities, etc) are only available in the Enterprise edition.

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Last Updated: 2010-06-01


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