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  • 05/13/10 21:51 MICROSOFT CONFIDENTIAL © 2006 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries. The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.
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    • 1.
      • Important Deadlines and Dates for speakers
        • June 30 Submit speaker registration form with presentation title and synopsis.
        • July 20 Review conference schedule, ensure arrive in time for session slots.
        • July 16 Submit specs, handout material and VPCs for ILL
        • Aug 28 Confirm final speaking schedule, additional engagements (press interviews & customer meetings – MS internal speakers only)
        • Sept 9 FINAL PowerPoint due at 5:00pm (during Speaker’s Briefing)
      • Points of Contact
        • Content Owner: edquek@microsoft.com
        • Speaker Manager: tesea07sp@crystaledge.net
        • ILL Owner: t-pohlim@microsoft.com, t-shengc@microsoft.com
        • ILL Coordinator: alicegoh@crystaledge.net
      Continued on next slide Thank you for committing to speak at Microsoft’s premier event for IT Professionals and Developers. Below is important information regarding your participation as a speaker for Tech•Ed SEA 2007.
    • 2.
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    • 3. Speakers, please read. Your slides will be made available on the Tech•Ed Internet Café (accessible by delegates during conference) and the Tech•Ed SEA 2007 website (after conference). The slides will be converted to pdf format BEFORE they are uploaded onto the web. When your final deck is submitted, ONLY pdf conversion will take place to prepare it for upload onto website post-event: If there are any content you do NOT want published , please remove them before submission to Speaker/Presenter Manager. IMPORTANT: Do not use photographs unless they come from the Microsoft Media Bank unless you have written authorization of use from the copyright owner when you submit the presentation. IMPORTANT: Do not use art or media that must be licensed (for example: TV commercials, print advertisements, characters from a movie or TV show). Kindly remove them from the final presentation before submission to Speaker/Presenter Manager.
    • 4.  
    • 5.  
    • 6.  
    • 7.
      • Part 1 - Basic Deployment
        • SharePoint 101: The New World - Fundamentals
        • Logical Architecture
        • Physical Architecture
        • Administration Models
      • Part 2 - Advanced Deployment
        • Multi Farm Topologies
        • Content & Solution Deployment
        • Security
        • Extranets – Firewall Rules
        • Caching
    • 8. Single Infrastructure for Intranet, Internet, and Extranet Portals
    • 9. Platform & Collaboration (blogs & wikis) Doc Management, Web Content Management, Search, & Portals Web Forms, Excel Services, BDC
    • 10.
      • SharePoint 101 – The New World: 5 Administration Fundamentals
      • Logical Architecture
        • WSS
        • MOSS
      • Physical Architecture
        • Picking your topology
        • Multi-farm topologies
        • Hardware Requirements
      • Putting it all Together
    • 11.
      • IIS Web Sites = IIS Virtual Servers = Web Applications
      Physical Server Web Application(s) Top Level Site(s) Site Collections Site(s) Site Collection IIS WSS 2.0 / SPS 2003 WSS 3.0 / SharePoint Server Web Sites Virtual Servers Web Applications
    • 12.
      • Consistency in Hierarchy
      • WSS 3.0
        • Web Applications
        • Site Collections
        • Sites
        • Templates & Features
      • MOSS 2007
        • Web Applications
        • Site Collections
        • Sites
        • Templates & Features
    • 13.  
    • 14.
      • Consistent Administration Model
    • 15.
      • What happened to “Portals”?
        • Portal = Site Collection + Portal Template + Shared Services + Features
      SharePoint Server Web Application(s) SSP Admin Central Admin Portal Template Portal Template
    • 16.
      • FLEXIBLE TOPOLOGIES
      • Servers have Roles
        • Web Front End (WFE)
        • Application Server ( Query , Calculation, Index)
        • Database Server
      • Farms can have relationships
        • Authoring
        • Publishing
        • Dev, Test, Production
        • SSP
    • 17.
      • What is an IIS Virtual Server/Web Site?
      • Web Application!
      • What is an SSP?
      • Shared Service Provider!
      • Can I add servers Modularly?
      • Yes!
      • Does WSS and MOSS use the same Central Admin?
      • Yes!
    • 18.  
    • 19. Topics
      • SharePoint 101 – The New World
      • Logical Architecture
        • Planning Logical Architecture
      • Physical Architecture
        • Picking your topology
        • Multi-farm topologies
        • Hardware Requirements
      • Putting it all Together
    • 20. Adhoc Structured Service Offering
    • 21.   Permanent Central Portal Web Application Permanent Structured SharePoint Server Sites SharePoint Server Sites Ad Hoc WSS Site Templates Permanent Division Portals Web Applications or Site Collections Semi Structured Consolidation on 1 to 3 Web Applications 1 Web App per Region
    • 22.  
    • 23. http://inside /Search /HR /Finance /LCA /IT
    • 24. http://team /sites /sites /IT /sites http://blogs http://my One or more Web Applications Hosting 1000s of Site collections
    • 25.
      • For all recommendations, visit “Plan for software boundaries (Office SharePoint Server)” at http://technet2.microsoft.com/Office/en-us/library/6a13cd9f-4b44-40d6-85aa-c70a8e5c34fe1033.mspx
      Object Recommended Maximum Scope Object Category Site collection 50,000 per web application Web application Logical architecture Content database 100 per Web application Web application Logical architecture Document 5 million per library (2,000 per nested folder) Library Site object User profile 5 million per farm Farm People object Indexed documents 50 million per search index (1 index per index server, 1 index server per SSP) SSP Search object Web server / database server ratio 8 Web servers per database server (4 Best Bang for Buck) Farm Physical object
    • 26.
      • Throughput differences between flat document library vs. document library with folders
    • 27. Plan Shared Services Office Server Search Directory import User profile synch Audiences Targeting Business data catalog Excel calculation service Usage Reporting Shared Services CorpWeb WinWeb OfficeWeb LegalWeb
    • 28.  
    • 29. Topics
      • SharePoint 101 – The New World
      • Logical Architecture
        • Re-architecting SharePoint Admin
        • Security Map
      • Physical Architecture
        • Software and Roles
        • Picking your topology
        • Hardware Requirements
      • Putting it all Together
    • 30. What do Indonesia and SharePoint have in Common?
    • 31. FARMS!!!!
    • 32.
      • x86 or x64 or Tiered Mix
      • Prerequisites
        • .NET Framework 3.0
          • ASP.NET 2.0
          • Windows Workflow Foundation
      • Install
          • Basic
            • WSS - Windows Internal Database Engine; MOSS - Installs SQL Express (Not recommended for more than a couple of GB)
          • Advanced – Allows you to connect to SQL
        • WFE only vs. Full install
      • Language Packs (Downloads on the Web)
        • WSS
        • MOSS – Include WSS LPs
    • 33.
      • Factors to consider
        • # Users
        • Authentication Type (Anonymous vs. AD)
        • Caching
        • Client & Server Performance Requirements
        • SLAs (Uptime/High Availability Req.)
        • WAN Considerations
        • GBs/TBs of data
        • Total # Files and Items
    • 34.
      • Performance
      • High availability
      • Applications
      • Data growth
      • Offload Capabilities - Scale Out
      MOSS
    • 35. Picking Your Topology Availability Performance User requests Load balances web front end servers Application servers 2 Clustered SQL server Index Query Query Calc + 10 Server Farm (Large) User requests Web front ends + application(s) Application(s) Clustered SQL server 5 Server Farm (Medium) 3 Server Farm (Small) User requests Each load-balanced server includes:
      • Web front end
      • Applications
      Dedicated SQL server Single Server
        • Web front end
        • Application
        • Database
      One Server which contains: User Requests
    • 36.
      • Single box installation *
        • CPU: 2.5 GHz (Go dual/quad core!)
        • Memory: 4+ GB recommended
      • Farm Deployment *
        • Web server: 2.5 GHz, 4+ GB RAM
        • App server: Dual proc/Dual Core 2.5 GHz, 4+ GB RAM
        • SQL: Dual proc/Quad Core 2.5 GHz; 4+ GB RAM
        • SAN or DAS? Either.
        • Load Balanced Web Farm can support ~25-50K daily Intranet users or 50-100K or more daily Internet Users
    • 37.
      • ALL in One (Windows Internal Database Engine)
      • 1 WFE - 1 SQL
      • 2 WFE - 1 SQL (Split Indexing between WFEs)
      • 2 WFE - 2 SQL (HA)
      • 3 WFE - 2 SQL
      • 3 WFE – 1 WFE/(WSS Search) * - 2 SQL
      • Consider failover farm… (Db Mirroring or SQL Log Ship)
      • ..
      • 20. 12 WFE 4 - 2 Node SQL (A/P)
    • 38.
      • ALL in One (SQL or SQL Express (basic))
      • 1 WFE/Query/Calc/Index, 1 SQL
      • 1 WFE/Query/Calc, 1 WFE/Calc/Index – 1 SQL *
      • 2 WFE/Query/Calc, 1 Index, 1 SQL
      • 2 WFE/Query/Calc, 1 Index, 2 SQL (HA)
      • 2 WFE/Query, 1 Calc, 1 Index, 2 SQL
      • Consider failover farm… (Db Mirroring or SQL Log Ship)
      • 20. 10 WFE/Calc, 3 Query, 1 Index, 3 - 2 Node SQL (A/P)
      • Never put Query and Index on same server if there is another Query server.
    • 39.
      • Query = Search
      • Calculation = Excel Services Calculation Server
      • Special Servers:
        • WFE Only (for security/internet)
        • Dedicated WFE for Indexing (optimizing perf)
        • Dedicated WFE/Index * (verify the host file)
        • WSS Search Server (special)
      • Non SharePoint Servers in the Topology
        • Mail (SMTP) (Outbound and/or Inbound)
        • Project, Analysis, Reporting
    • 40.
      • SMTP/Exchange
      • DNS/DCs (recommend 1 DC per 3 WFEs on Windows Auth) or LDAP servers
      • Load balancing devices and Network Infra
      • Firewall – ISA: Secure Web Publishing/Cache and Firewall
      • Whale Security/Delegated Auth Devices
      • Antivirus Infra – Forefront Management
      • SAN or other Shared Storage
      • Related Farms
      • Failover/ DR Farm (Log Shipping/Db Mirroring)
      • Dev/Test
        • Support for Virtualization with Virtual Server
      • Staging/UAT & Authoring environments
    • 41.
      • Be sure to PLAN your logical infrastructure & Physical… Don’t forget Governance!
      • Topologies are Flexible
      • Scalable Business Solutions are Limitless
      • Awesome/Powerful Intranet, Extranet, and Internet Platform!
      • Where do you get your information? TechNet, MSDN
        • http://blogs.msdn.com/sharepoint
        • http://blogs.msdn.com/joelo
    • 42.
      • For IT Pros:
        • 70-631 - Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 - Configuring
        • 70-630 - Office SharePoint Server 2007 - Configuring
      • For Developers:
        • 70-541 - Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 - Application Development
        • 70-542 - Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 - Application Development
      SharePoint Exams! Get Certified on the New Exams!!!
    • 43.
      • Please fill out a session evaluation form and either put them in the basket near the exit or drop them off at the conference registration desk.
      • Thank you!
    • 44. Resources HP Performance Whitepaper http://h71019.www7.hp.com/ActiveAnswers/cache/497613-0-0-0-121.html Dell Case Study http://blogs.msdn.com/sharepoint/archive/2007/05/04/dell-case-study-showcase-of-consolidation-manageability-and-scale.aspx MSDN & TechNet http://msdn. microsoft.com/sharepoint http://technet.microsoft.com/moss Virtual Labs http://www.microsoft.com/technet/traincert/virtuallab/rms.mspx Newsgroups http://communities2.microsoft.com/ communities/newsgroups/en-us/default.aspx Technical Community Sites http://www.microsoft.com/communities/default.mspx User Groups http://www.microsoft.com/communities/usergroups/default.mspx
    • 45.  
    • 46. Breakout Sessions SEP 10 3:00PM OFC 212 – SharePoint Fundamentals SEP 11 4:15PM OFC 425 – SharePoint Advanced Deployments SEP 12 3:15PM OFC 324 – SharePoint Governance and Information Architecture Guidance
        • Instructor-led Labs SharePoint 2007 Features and Functions – Sarbjit Singh Gill
        • Hands-on Labs Check ‘em out!
    • 47. Required slide Technical Communities, Webcasts, Blogs, Chats & User Groups http://www.microsoft.com/communities/default.mspx Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) & TechNet http://microsoft.com/msdn http://microsoft.com/technet Trial Software and Virtual Labs http://www.microsoft.com/technet/downloads/trials/default.mspx Microsoft Learning and Certification http://www.microsoft.com/learning/default.mspx
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