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A presentation from the recent SharePoint in education events, showing the options for upgrading, migrating and virtualising SharePoint 2010

A presentation from the recent SharePoint in education events, showing the options for upgrading, migrating and virtualising SharePoint 2010

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    Upgrade, Migrate and Virtualisation with SharePoint 2010 Upgrade, Migrate and Virtualisation with SharePoint 2010 Presentation Transcript

    • Upgrade / Migration & Virtualisation with SharePoint 2010
      Dave Coleman & Alan Richards
    • Why virtualise when upgrading/migration to SharePoint 2010
      Simple way to move to a 64bit environment.
      Cost savings in a time of budget cuts.
      Increased flexibility in growing and managing your server stock.
      High availability of e-learning resources.
      Improved protection against server failure (if in a fail over cluster).
    • SharePoint 2010 Software/Hardware Requirements
      Software
      64 Bit edition of SQL 2005 With SP3 or
      64 Bit edition of SQL 2008 With SP1 and Cumulative Update 2 or
      64 Bit Edition of SQL 2008 R2
      64 Bit edition of windows server 2008 with SP2
      64 Bit edition of Windows server 2008 R2
      Hardware
      64 Bit processor, 4 Cores
      8GB Ram
      80GB Hard Drive Space
    • Single Server Deployment
      One server farm
      Runs all SharePoint roles
      Central admin
      Web front end
      SQL Server
    • Two Tier Farm
      Single SharePoint Server
      SQL Server could be MIS Server
    • Upgrade
      In place upgrade
      Patched SQL
      X64 architecture
      High availability upgrade
      Patched SQL
      Copy MOSS 2007 database and attached to new server
    • Metalogix SharePoint Site Migration Manager 2010
      Quest Software Migration Manager (2003 to 2010)
      TzunamiDeployer for SharePoint 2010 migration
      AvePointDocAve SharePoint Migration Manager for 2001/2003/2007 to 2003/2007/2010
      MetaVis Migrator for SharePoint
      Xavor SharePoint 2010 Migration Tool
      SharePoint Joel
      http://www.sharepointjoel.com/default.aspx
      Migration Tools
    • Virtualisation – The Basics
      Market players
      Citrix
      VMWare
      Microsoft Hyper-V
    • Standard Model
      One server = One role
      New role = New Server
      New Server = More Money
      Virtualisation – The Basics
    • Virtualisation Model
      Start small
      One server
      Large memory and storage
      One server runs multiple guests
      Expand as necessary
      Multiple servers
      Centralised storage
      Failover
      Virtualisation – The Basics
    • Failover Cluster Manager
    • Failover Cluster Manager
      • Live Migrate
      • Create New Virtual Servers
      • Start VM
      • Shutdown VM
      • Manage VM’s With HyperV Manager
      • Manage Failover and Failback
    • System Centre Virtual Machine Manager
    • System Centre Virtual Machine Manager
    • System Centre Virtual Machine Manager
      • P2V (Physical to Virtual)
      • Manage Your Virtual Machines
      • Live Migrate
      • Create and Manage Snapshots (Checkpoints)
      • Stop
      • Shutdown
      • Restart
      • Create templates to easily create virtual servers
      • Manage ISO Storage
      • Manage Your VMware VirtualCenter Server
      • http://www.microsoft.com/systemcenter/en/us/virtual-machine-manager.aspx
    • HyperV Monitor Gadget for Windows Sidebar
      • WYSIWYG
      • Monitor Memory Available on your Hosts
      • Shutdown
      • Start
      • Restart
      • RDP Support
      • FREE
      • Download From
      • http://mindre.net/post/Hyper-V-Monitor-Gadget-for-Windows-Sidebar.aspx
    • Load balanced Web Front Ends
      Search
      Query
      Crawling
      Application Server
      Central Admin
      Clustered SQL Server
      Search Database
      Central Admin Database
      Content Databases
      Our SharePoint Topology
    • Domain Controllers
      Physical
      Hyper-V Servers
      2 x Quad Core
      72 Gb RAM
      SAN
      iSCSI
      12 x 1TB disks in RAID 5 configuration
      Virtualised Environment
    • Virtual servers installed on Hyper-V boxes
      Clustered SQL
      Load balanced web front ends
      Easily add additional servers
      How It Stacks Up
    • Windows Server 2008 Standard
      1 free licence for guest Windows OS
      Windows Server 2008 Enterprise
      4 free licences for guest Windows OS
      Windows Server 2008 Datacentre
      Licensed per processor (platter NOT core)
      Unlimited licences for guest Windows OS
      Hyper-V Licensing
    • Automatic failover
      Hyper-V server fails all virtual server moved to another server
      User sees no loss of service
      Easily and quickly add servers
      Store ISO of operating system on Hyper-V servers
      Live migration
      Migrate virtual server to another Hyper-V server while its online
      User sees no loss of service
      Cost effective
      Not asking for more money every time you need a new server
      Prolong server lifecycles
      Additional Benefits
    • Live Migration - Video
    • Contact Us
      Dave.coleman@twynhamschool.com
      Twitter id – http://twitter.com/davecoleman146
      Blog – http://Sharepointedutech.com
      arichards@westhatch.essex.sch.uk
      Twitter id - http://twitter.com/arichards_Saruk
      Blog - http://EduTechNow.com