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  • Min baggrund. Baggrund i infrastruktur. Netværk windows | os/2 | Linux | Aix | Oracle | Kommunikation | Intenet teknologier. Siden 95 har arbejdet primært med Lotus Notes/Domino ikke som udvikler men primært på infrastruktur siden. Designet netværk og infrastruktur siden 92 .... hvor det har været Novell, OS/2, Windows, AIX der har været fokus på.. 1997 startede jeg i Lotus Danmark som en del af Lotus Professional services under Keld Andersen... og jeg gled videre over i IBM SWG som den del af IBM Software Services for Lotus...I dag er mit primære fokus på e-learning (IBM LMS) samt ND7 og Workplace... I dag er presentationen ikke specifik erfaring på ND7 . .mange af vores kunder er i dag så erfarne at de vælger at køre opgraderinger m.m. Selv. Men de fleste erfaringer fra tidligere versioner går bestemt igen.. også her..
  • Lidt om hvad man egentlig får når man opdaterer til ND7. Hvad er der under hatten af nye og forbedrede funktioner. Når nu beslutningen er taget om at opgradere .. hvad skal vi så være opmærsomme på undervejs... både på Notes klienten og på Domino serveren.. Som en del af dette skal vi gennem den efterhånden obligatoriske opgraderings rækkefølge.. Coexistence... I de færreste installationer kan man lavet en big-bang opgradering... og hvad skal man så være opmærsom på i den mellemliggende periode..
  • .... men som det første .... hvorfor er det vi skal gå på ND 7 ??
  • Integrationen vores collaborative værktøjer som sametime er blevet kraftigt forbedret og udvidet.. Performance er blevet forbedret væsentligt og er med til at bidrage til en meget forbedret TCO... uden at jeg derfor vil gå ind i selve TCO beregningen.. eksempler. IBM interne miljø har skiftet til D7 reduceret CPU med 35%... Notesbench “enterprise mail load” .. CPU reduktion på 25%... DWA load ... -25-50% .. gorillamatematik siger melem ¼ og ½ gang så mange brugere pr. server... Product usability er fordelt ud over det meste af brugergrænsefladen men det er nok i mailboxen man vil se det tydeligst med forbedret quick-followup-flag, flere ikoner til at differentierer kommunikations typer i mailboxen, kalender filtre m.m.
  • Gem åbne vinduer som der er når der lukkes
  • DB2 optional datastore ... key required .. mere info senere... Activity Trends... tidligere et købe Tivoli produkt.. nu inkluderet... spam filtre .. blacklists whitelists m.m
  • Rækkefølgen her er formodentlig kendt for de fleste.. Vær opmærksom på at dette her ikke på nogen som helst måde er en ufravigelig rækkefølge... men mere et udgangspunkt..
  • Igen .. husk at dette ikke er hugget i granit ... men mere et sted at starte... der kan være argumenter for at ændre rækkefølgen som er specifikke for hver enkelt opgradering..
  • For de fleste brugere der har været vant til en 6 .. eller 6.5 er der ikke nogen kæmpe forskel... men for at at brugerne skal kunne udnytte de nye features skal de jo også kende dem... uddannelse her er nøgleordet .. om man trækker brugerne ind i klasseværelser eller om man giver dem en folder .. elektronisk i mailen vil være forskelligt alt efter hvor erfarne brugerne er. henvisning til readme og release notes for detaljerede krav.. Opgradering af chef + sekretær... test scenarierne .. der findes ikke en komplet liste over hvad der spiller .. procedurer/politikker vil oftest være forskellige fra sag til sag... Admin guiden har en liste.. Complicating factors giver sig selv...
  • De options der er listed her bør heller ikke være ukendte hvis man har være t i notes brancen i bare et par år... smart upgrade from R6 and up.. Walcott tool kender jeg ikke men har det blot fået refereret... Microsoft SMS, Tivoli, andet... Put CD'en i .. og kør...
  • Alt i alt er der en del forbedringer der forbedrer oplevelsen både for administrator og slut-bruger... Detaljerne kan findes i admin guiden... samt i på notes.net Govenor ... var faktisk med i D6.5.4 ... men for dem der ikk er der endnu er det ny feature.
  • God ide at have styr på sine notes.ini settings... Som ROT ... hvis ikke du har dokumenteret hvad en setting skal stå til .. og hvorfor .. så lad den stå til default.. mange kunder... Også her har admin guiden en liste som er noget mere detaljeret end ovenstående
  • Af og til ser vi at eksisterende views korrupte i forbindelse med opgradering .. .typis en Names som har kørt rigtig længe og hvor preventiv velighehold måske ikke helt har være struktureret... fjern views og genopret dem igen ... helst uden at serveren kører...
  • Nogle databaser tager serveren pr. Automatik ved første opstart... Igen et par eksempler..
  • Fil kopiering ... spørgsmålet kommer meget ofte .. stadivæk.. også fra “gamle” notes/domino kunder...
  • Nab upgrade optional on first start .. et par sider tilbage...
  • Overblik på tværs af servere... hvis collection hierachy er defineret...eller pr. Server view...
  • Et udplk af de prober der kan sættes op nu..
  • Key is required to enable feature... to limit amount of support... DB2 as data store AND... 2 ways... - acess view .. eksponer domino data til DB2 - query view .. eksponer DB2 data i Notes.
  • Point to Lotus open lab for people to learn more. Ses primært som teknologi preview... det er ikke tanken at det skal køre produktion nu.....
  • Okay .. nu opgraderer vi .. hvad virker i en overgags periode .. .og hvad gør ikke ??? Scenariet er typisk .. først ny server.... så ny klient .. så ny template...
  • Generelt få problemer.. Check knowlegebasen online.. Admin klient issues... specielt med gamle servere.. Unread marks .... smertensbarnet ... men unread marks kan nu replikerer og behøver ikke længere være klientes ansvar at distribuerer... der er flere technotes der beskriver den nye funktionallitet ... (6 eller 6.5????)
  • Cloning code .. kalenderen bruger en del udokumenterede funktioner... så vær forberedt på at teste disse...
  • Trend Micro vs. Symantec Nogle produkter vil kunne erstattes af nye features (DDM, Activity Trends m.fl.) Nogle lokale tilretninger vil kunne erstattes af forbedret standard funktionallitet.. (rooms and resources m.fl)
  • For dem af jer der er partnere ...
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    • 1. Upgrading to Domino 7 and Coexistence with Previous Releases Jens Arnt IT Architect IBM Denmark Software group IBM Software Services for Lotus
    • 2. Session Objectives/Agenda
      • The value of upgrading to Domino 7
      • Describe key Notes 7 client upgrade considerations
      • Describe key Domino 7 server upgrade considerations
      • Explain interoperability and coexistence issues between Domino 7 and earlier releases
    • 3. Why Notes/Domino 7
    • 4. The Value of Upgrading
      • Extract more value from collaborative applications
        • Continue to extend the reach of messaging and collaboration
        • Notes, browser, Outlook, mobile, applications
      • Reduce TCO
        • Support additional platforms and updated OS versions
        • Performance improvements for better scalability
        • Reduce administration costs
        • Simplify the client - usability and productivity
      • Extend Domino’s capabilities
        • IBM Software Group products: Sametime, WebSphere Portal, DB2, Tivoli
        • 3rd party solutions
      • Leverage client productivity enhancements
        • Notes client improvements
        • Domino Web Access improvements
      • Integrate Domino into SOA initiatives
        • Via new Web Services capabilities
      • Notes/Domino Release 5 Support Ending
        • Major incentive for many customer still on Version 5 to upgrade
    • 5. Notes 7 New Features
      • Autosave option for selected documents
      • New calendar options
        • e.g. Auto-processing of calendar events despite conflicts (requires a Domino 7 server)
        • Calendar cleanup
        • Calendar filtering
      • Save state on close
      • Confirm close of Note
      • Mail user interface enhancements
        • Attention icons (the blue dots)
        • mail threads (great for coming back from vacation and jumping to middle of thread...can see whole thing)
        • Smart tags support for MS Office (good for desktop integration story)
        • Chat transcripts view (and automatically saved) - chats can be securely save in email rather than plain text on disk ... and searchable!
      • Extended Sametime integration
      • Designer, Admin client, Domino Web Access, and Domino Access for Microsoft Outlook improvements
    • 6. Domino 7 and Domino Designer 7 New Features
      • Performance improvements (reduced TCO)
        • New enterprise mail workload for benchmarking and server.load.
      • Significant administration improvements
        • Domino Domain Monitor (DDM)
        • Client Policy Lockdown
        • Smart Upgrade improvements
        • New mail & calendar settings policy type
      • DB2 as optional Domino data store
        • SQL access to Domino data
        • Domino access to DB2 via SQL
      • Functional Improvements, including
        • Web Services support
        • Messaging improvements
        • Security enhancements
        • Improved LDAP support
      • Expanded Platform Support
    • 7. Upgrading
    • 8. Upgrade Sequence
      • Administration clients
      • Domino directory/administration server
      • Hub servers
      • Spoke servers
        • Mail servers
        • Application servers
        • Other servers
      • Notes clients
      • Mail design (template)
      • Applications and databases
      • On-disk structure (if upgrading from R5 or before)
      • New features
    • 9. Upgrade Sequence
    • 10. Upgrading the Notes Client
      • Training
      • Workstation requirements
        • Windows 95/98/NT no longer listed as supported
        • Processor, RAM, and disk requirements same for Notes 6 and 7
        • SPX protocol dropped
      • Workgroup dynamics
        • Especially delegates for mail and calendar
      • Complicating factors
        • Multiple client machines
        • Roaming
        • Multi-user
    • 11. Notes Client Upgrade Options
      • Upgrade-by-mail
      • Smart Upgrade (Notes 6 and above)
      • Dedicated third-party tools
        • Example: Walcott Automated Deployment Toolkit (ADT)
      • Corporate software distribution tools
      • Manual
    • 12. Smart Upgrade Enhancements
      • Administrative notification of Smart Upgrade tracking
      • Governor: Limit the number of Smart Upgrades per hour
      • Server cluster failover to another server
      • Failover from shared drive path kit to Attachment kit
      • Fields added to the desktop policy settings document
      • Tracking reports
    • 13. Smart Upgrade Example
    • 14. Preparing to Upgrade the Domino Server
      • Hardware/software requirements
        • Many platforms have changed
        • Co-resident DB2 adds requirements
      • Must be Domino 4.6.7a or greater
      • Environmental cleanup
        • Old configuration documents and settings
        • Unnecessary databases
      • Review template customizations
      • Block user access
        • Set conf server_restricted=2
        • Drop all
      • Purge pending mail and AdminP requests
        • Disable Router and HTTP tasks to prevent new mail
      • Back up the server
      • Stop the server
    • 15. Upgrading the Domino Server
      • Install new code
      • Update any custom templates
      • Run Fixup, Compact, and Updall on key system databases
        • Names.nsf (Domino Directory)
        • Admin4.nsf (Admin Requests)
      • Delete (or move) server-generated databases
        • Mail.box files
        • Log.nsf
        • Busytime.nsf
      • Re-enable user access
      • Start the server
    • 16. Databases Recreated or Updated
      • Examples:
        • Log.nsf
        • Mail.box(es) (Router mail boxes)
        • Busytime.nsf
        • Admin4.nsf
        • Names.nsf (optional)
      • Most other databases are not changed (e.g. mail files, Team Rooms, applications)
      • Note: System databases that replicate can be preloaded on the server.
    • 17.  
    • 18. On-Disk Structure (ODS)
      • Version-specific:
        • 20 = R4.6
        • 41 = R5
        • 43 = Notes/Domino 6/7
      • Updated via Compact task
      • Is not the same as design (e.g., does not replicate, but design does)
      • Controls some database properties (e.g., Single Copy Template requires ODS 43, but quotas, full-text indexing, Huffman attachment compression do not)
      • Updating can be time-consuming, requires planning
    • 19.  
    • 20. Domino Directory Services
      • Primary Domino Directory
        • Upgrade with or before first server
        • Validate or remove any local customizations
      • Secondary directories
        • External sources
        • Directory synchronization
    • 21. Upgrading the Mail Template
      • Best not to mix versions across cluster members
      • Methods:
        • Seamless Mail Upgrade – Triggered by Notes client upgrade
        • Manually replace design
        • Run “load convert” server task
      • Increased size: 12.7 MB (Domino 6) vs. 15.2 MB (Domino 7)
      • Different considerations for exclusive Domino Web Access (or other non-Notes) users
    • 22. Domino Domain Monitoring
      • Ability to see and resolve prioritized events across servers in one UI location
        • A collection hierarchy must be defined if you want to see the organization-wide view of events. Otherwise, it will just be a server-by-server view.
      • New probe capability
      • DDM.nsf database potentially on every Domino 7 server
      • Data collection hierarchy
      • Older functionality of Monitoring Configuration (events4.nsf) still available
    • 23.  
    • 24. Domino/DB2 Integration
      • Leverage DB2 for common storage of data, including IBM Lotus Domino and IBM Lotus Workplace applications.
      • DB2 provides robust data management capabilities and advanced data integrity.
      • Designers can build applications that blend Domino collaborative services and relational data using Standard Query Language (SQL).
        • DB2 Access Views - expose Lotus Domino data to other DB2 apps
        • DB2 Query Views - SQL based queries as views accessed via Notes 7 client
    • 25. DB2 Considerations
      • Optional, can be enabled at a later time
        • Not a replacement for NSF
        • Choose specific applications to DB2 enable
      • Need a special key file before the feature is enable
        • Can be downloaded from public beta site
      • Need DB2 8.2.2 Enterprise Edition
        • Evaluation copy available
      • Use “compact –p” to convert from .nsf to DB2
      • Planning required to determine proper infrastructure
      • Do Not put system databases in DB2
        • Log.nsf (should never be in DB2)
        • NAB
        • DDM (testing in progress)
    • 26. Interoperability and Coexistence
    • 27. Client/Server/Template Interoperability OK Not supported New/New OK OK New/Old Partial functionality Not supported Old/New OK OK Old/Old On New Server On Old Server Client/Template
    • 28. Interoperability Considerations
      • A hallmark of Notes and Domino
      • Most system database templates are backward compatible
      • Design replication can be restricted if desired
      • Beware of using OS copy for incompatible ODS versions
      • Calendar issues
      • Administrator client issues
      • Unread marks
      • More extensive list available in Admin Help
    • 29. Client/Application Areas of Risk
      • Usually newer Notes clients work fine with older applications.
      • Areas of risk include:
        • Custom changes to standard templates
        • Cloning standard template code
        • Using undocumented features
        • Using workarounds (may no longer be needed)
    • 30. Companion Product Dependencies (IBM and Third-Party)
      • Collaboration companion products
      • Mail management and gateways
      • Administration tools
      • Mobile client support
      • Backup/restore
      • Anti-virus
      • Developer support
      • Infrastructure enhancement
      • Custom applications
    • 31. Conclusions
    • 32. Summary
      • The value of upgrading to Notes/Domino 7
      • Notes 7 client upgrade considerations
      • Domino 7 server upgrade considerations
      • Interoperability and coexistence issues between Domino 7 and earlier releases
    • 33. Where to Get More Information
      • Domino Administration Help
      • developerWorks at www.ibm.com/developerworks/lotus
      • Redbooks at www.ibm.com/redbooks, especially:
        • Upgrading to Notes and Domino 6 SG24-6889
        • http://publib-b.boulder.ibm.com/redbooks.nsf/RedbookAbstracts/sg246889.html?Open
      • The Domino 7 STEW
        • Available on PartnerWorld (see next slide…)
    • 34. The Domino 7 STEW externally on PW
      • New Early Enablement site for Partners from PartnerWorld available from: https://www.developer.ibm.com/partnerworld/mem/support/
    • 35. The Domino 7 Upgrade Guide coming in November: http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/notesua.nsf/6C87A7297AC2AA718525698100519109/1A9C0035042E3E9D852569930062F063?OpenDocument
    • 36. Thank You! For more information…

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