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SoCalCodeCamp Upgrade Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 to SharePoint Server 2010
 

SoCalCodeCamp Upgrade Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 to SharePoint Server 2010

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Upgrade your Server farm SharePoint 2007 to a new version, or migrate content to a new SharePoint 2010 environment. This presentation helps you plan and perform the upgrade.

Upgrade your Server farm SharePoint 2007 to a new version, or migrate content to a new SharePoint 2010 environment. This presentation helps you plan and perform the upgrade.

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    SoCalCodeCamp Upgrade Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 to SharePoint Server 2010 SoCalCodeCamp Upgrade Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 to SharePoint Server 2010 Presentation Transcript

    • Upgrading Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 to SharePoint Server 2010
      Ivan Sanders
      SharePoint ArchitectDimension Solutions inc.
      ivan@dimension-si.com
    • Who Am I?
      Ivan Sanders
      Blog: www.dimension-si.com/blog
      Twitter: @isanders
      Facebook http://facebook.com/iasanders
      LinkedIn http://linkedin.com/in/iasanders
      MSDN Forums
    • Upgrade Scenarios and Methods
      Supported Scenarios
      In-Place Upgrade
      Database Attach Upgrade:
      Content Database
      Profile Service Database
      Project Service Database
      Single Click Install - SQL Migration
      Windows Internal Database (WID) -> SQL Express 2008 + File Stream RBS
      Unsupported Scenarios
      Upgrade from earlier than WSS v3 SP2/MOSS 2007 SP2
      Direct upgrade from WSS v2/SPS 2003 or earlier
      Side by side installation
      Gradual upgrade
    • In-Place
      Next, next, finished ;)
      Advancements
      Restartable!
      Common blocking time outs removed
    • In-Place Upgrade
      All sites are unavailable during upgrade
      Site visitors continue to use the same URLs after upgrade
      Does require v3 to be 64 bit
      Whitepaper on moving from 32 bit to 64 bit SharePoint
      http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd622865.aspx
      Previous version must be manually removed when upgrade is complete
    • Inplace Upgrade
      DEMO
    • In-Place Pros/Cons
      Pros
      Cons
      Farm wide settings are preserved and upgraded
      Customizations are available in the environment after the upgrade if they are v4 compatible
      Servers and farms areoffline while the upgradeis in progress
      The upgrade proceeds continuously
      Existing v3 farm must support (64 bit and performance
    • Database Attach Steps
      Stsadm –o preupgradecheck on your 2007 farm
      Backup 2007 Content DB
      Restore to SharePoint 2010 SQL Server, using SQL Tools
      Test-SPContentDatabase –name wss_content_2007 –webapplication http://Team2010WebApp
      Mount-SPContentDatabase –name wss_content_2007 –webapplication http://Team2010WebApp
    • DB Attach Pros/Cons
      Pros
      Cons
      Upgrade multiple content databases at the same time
      Combine multiple farmsinto one farm
      Customizations must be transferred manually
      The server and farm settings are not upgraded
      Customizations must be transferred manually
      Missing customizations
    • Database Attach
      DEMO
    • Hybrid Approach
      Detach DBs
      Upgrade to 2010 in-place
      DB Attach content DBs
    • Hybrid Pros/Cons
      Pros
      Cons
      Farm wide settings preserved
      Customizations alreadyin place
      Multiple content databasesat the same time
      Non-upgraded sites(in read-only mode) whileyou upgrade the content
      Labor intensive
      Direct access to the database servers
      x86 is a lot of work
      Existing hardwaremay need replacing
    • Hybrid Approach
      DEMO
    • Downtime Mitigation Processes
      Read-only databases (v3 SP2, v4)
      Parallel content database upgrades
      Parallel upgrade farms (v4)
      Single farm, multiple upgrade sessions (v4)
      Content database attach with AAM redirection (v4)
      http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee720448(office.14).aspx
    • Move DB
      Database Attach with AAM RedirectUser interaction model
      SQL
      SQL
      ?
      302

      http://WSS
      http://WSSold
      http://WSS
      WFE
      WFE
      v3 Farm
      v4 Farm
      WSS v4
      Web App
      WSS v3
      Web App
      SQL Instance
      v4
      Config
      v3
      Content
      v4
      Content
      v3
      Config
    • What is “Visual Upgrade”
      A feature that separates data upgradefrom UI upgrade
      Data and code upgrade happens all at once
      Site UI has two modes: this version andprevious version
      Pages and components make the decisionat runtime, and it’s safe by default
    • Why “Visual Upgrade”?
      IT
      Focus on the data
      Schedule flexibility
      Developers
      Clear expectations
      More control over legacy code and controls
      Users
      Puts the user impact into users’ hands
      Accommodates big shifts (ribbon)
    • Visual Upgrade
      DEMO
    • Core Upgrade Overview Improvement
      Upgrade improvement areas
      Predictability/reliability
      Diagnostic ability/logging
      End-user experience
      Admin experience
      Logging
      Upgrade logs per session(saved in same place)
      Error log per session ( -error.log)
      Separate log for just errors
      Shows callstacks
      Upgrade logs always have same columns of data making reporting easier to automate.
    • Core Upgrade Improvements
      Logging
      Upgrade logs per session(saved in same place)
      Error log per session ( -error.log)
      Separate log for just errors
      Shows callstacks
      Upgrade logs always have same columns of data making reporting easier to automate.
      Admin experience
      Visual feedback
      Better warning
      Quota handling and locked site collections
      Upgrade status page
    • Upgrade points to consider
      V3 must be Service Pack 2 or later
      You cannot upgrade a Trial SKU
      FBA web applications now use Claims in v4
      Stsadm command shipped with SP2, updated with Oct 09 CU
      –o preupgradecheck
      Do Spring cleaning before you upgrade
      Stale sites
      Excessive document Versions
      Reorganize Site Collections into databases as necessary
      Plan to revisit branding
      http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/ff420396.aspx
    • Q & A
    • Reference
    • Track Resources
      For More Information – http://sharepoint.microsoft.com
      SharePoint Developer Center – http://msdn.microsoft.com/sharepoint
      SharePoint Tech Center – http://technet.microsoft.com/sharepoint
      Official SharePoint Team Blog – http://blogs.msdn.com/sharepoint
    • Thank you
    • SharePoint Solution Accelerators andSystem Center
      PLAN
      SharePoint
      Asset Inventory Tool
      Microsoft
      System Center
      Capacity Planner
      SharePoint
      Capacity Planner
      Microsoft
      System Center
      Virtual Machine Manager
      Microsoft
      System Center
      Configuration Manager
      Microsoft
      System Center
      Microsoft
      System Center
      Configuration Manager
      OPERATE
      DELIVER
      Microsoft
      System Center
      Operations Manager
      Microsoft
      System Center
      Virtual Machine Manager
      SharePoint
      Configurator
      SharePoint
      Monitoring Toolkit
    • Who can you trust??
      The blogs I trust through all of the noise.
      Maurice Prather
      Andrew Connell
      Spence Harber
      Jim Duncan
      Heather Solomon
      Todd Klindt
      Todd Baginski
      Todd Bleeker
      Jan Tielens
      Patrick Tisseghem
      WictorWilen
      RasoolRayani
      Lars Fastrup
      CarstenKeutmann