SharePoint 2013 Admin in the Hybrid World

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Microsoft's massive investment into Cloud technologies are enough to make anyone stop and wonder if the Cloud is something they should be focusing on for SharePoint. During this full day workshop we …

Microsoft's massive investment into Cloud technologies are enough to make anyone stop and wonder if the Cloud is something they should be focusing on for SharePoint. During this full day workshop we will examine Microsoft's Cloud Strategy from an ITPro's perspective and understand how a hybrid scenario can be structured to maximize the On Premises, Infrastructure as a Service, & Cloud capabilities. We will deep dive into deployment planning and implementation across the hybrid stack. We will also discuss and demonstrate the management of the SharePoint platform across all tiers. Join us on this journey from the ground to the cloud and back again!

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  • 1. SharePoint 2013 Admin in the Hybrid World Jason Himmelstein Senior Technical Director, SharePoint @sharepointlhorn http://www.sharepointlonghorn.com
  • 2. • Senior Technical Director, SharePoint at Atrion • Microsoft vTSP – virtual Technology Solutions Professional • SharePoint Foundation Logger – http://spflogger.codeplex.com • • • • • Blog: www.sharepointlonghorn.com Twitter: @sharepointlhorn LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/jasonhimmelstein SlideShare: http://www.slideshare.net/jasonhimmelstein Email: jase@sharepointlonghorn.com • Author of Developing Business Intelligence Apps for SharePoint – http://bit.ly/SharePointBI 2009 Atrion Networking Corporation
  • 3. SharePoint Evolution
  • 4. Physical Architecture - Small Farm Intranet User Web Front Ends Application Servers SQL Server
  • 5. Physical Architecture - Scaled Farm Architecture Load Balancer Intranet User Search Topology Web Front Ends Web Front Ends Web Front Ends Application Servers Application Servers Heartbeat Remote BLOB Store SQL Server SQL Server SQL Cluster
  • 6. Physical Architecture - Large Farm Architecture Server configuration – Large Farm SQL Servers App Server - OWA/XLS Central Admin 2 App Servers Query Server Query Server Index Server Index Server SQL Servers Web Servers SharePoint Search MySites Web Servers Cross Farm Services Farm 1 Farm 1 Cluster Farm 3 Cluster 1 SQL DataMart SSRS Cluster SSAS Query Cluster SSAS Processing Farm 3 Cluster 2 SQL Cluster SQL Cluster Search SQL Cluster 2 Farm 2 Cluster 1 TFS Search SQL Cluster 1 MySites SQL Cluster TFS Proxy Server TFS Proxy Server TFS App Server OLTP SQL Cluster App Server - OWA/XLS App Server - OWA/XLS App Server - OWA/XLS Farm 2 Cluster 1 Farm 3 Web Servers App Server - PP/PPS Patch Web Server/ Central Admin/Crawl Target App Server - PP/PPS Farm 2 Cluster 2 App Server - PP/PPS Full Trust Solution Farm No-Code Solution Farm Farm 2 Web Servers Search SQL Cluster 2 TFS App Server Farm 2 Cluster 2 Web Servers Search SQL Cluster 1 Web Servers Web Servers App Server - OWA/XLS App Server - OWA/XLS Web Servers App Server - OWA/XLS Farm 3 Cluster 1 Web Servers App Server - PP/PPS Farm 3 Cluster 2 Patch Web Server/ Central Admin/Crawl Target App Server - PP/PPS App Server - PP/PPS
  • 7. Physical Topology - 2013 Request Management User Profile Application Distributed Cache Metadata Services Business Data Connectivity Secure Store State Session State Access User Code Search Query PerformancePoint User Profile Sync Visio Crawl Target Excel Services Content DB Jobs PowerPivot Workflow Project WMA Machine Translation Search Crawl Document Conversion Routing and Caching Very low latency Front End Low latency Back End More tolerant latency Database tier
  • 8. Physical Topology – 2013 +Search For all but the smallest enterprise deployments, you will want to split Search Query functionality to a separate tier Routing and Caching Very low latency Front End Low latency Search (Query, Index, Admin) Low latency Back End More tolerant latency Database tier
  • 9. Begin with a single “Primary” Content and Services Farm • Add additional farms based on DOCUMENTED business or governance requirements • Simplifies operations, maintenance and patching for all but the most complex environments • Predictability in sizing and capacity • Reduced complexity for vast majority of implementations
  • 10. Logical Architecture IIS Web Site—“SharePoint Web Services” Application pool Application pool Excel Calculation Services Managed Metadata User Profile Business Data Connectivity Access Services Secure Store Service Search Application pool Web application—Published Intranet Content Http://woodgrove/ Web application—Team Sites Web application—My Sites http://team http://my http://my/personal/<user> HR Facilities Purchasing Team 1 Team 2 Team 3
  • 11. Recommended Logical Topology IIS Web Site – ”SharePoint” Application Pool ”SharePoint” Logical functionality ”Intranet” Logical functionality ”My Sites” Logical functionality ”Communities” Logical functionality ”Teams” Logical functionality ”Projects”
  • 12. SharePoint on-premises installation • Plan, Plan, Plan, Plan and then… • Follow the Principle of Least Privilege SharePoint Services SQL Services sp_install sql_server sp_farm sql_serverAgent sp_webapp sql_olapservice sp_serviceapps sql_reportserver sp_search sql_dtsserver sp_userprofile sp_superuser sp_superreader
  • 13. Deployment Scenarios SharePoint 2013 SharePoint 2010 Workgroup Unsupported Supported Domain Controller Developer Installation Supported for SBS Client OS Unsupported Developer Installation Dynamic Memory in VMs Unsupported Unsupported Windows Web Server Unsupported Supported
  • 14. SharePoint Farm Configuration (for real) • SharePoint Farm builds using: – Home grown PowerShell scripts – Jason’s handy scripts repository • http://www.sharepointlonghorn.com/scripts – AutoSPInstaller for SharePoint 2010 + 2013 • http://autospinstaller.codeplex.com/releases/view/3 8568?ProjectName=autospinstaller – …or many other sources of PowerShell scripts available via TechNet or other interweb sources 2009 Atrion Networking Corporation
  • 15. Changes to the ecosystem • Access Services • App Management Service • Machine Translation Services • Work Management Service 2009 Atrion Networking Corporation
  • 16. What is the Cloud?
  • 17. Cloud Evolution
  • 18. Microsoft’s productivity vision Hybrid On Premises Best experience across devices Messaging Voice & Video Content Management Online Cloud on your terms Enterprise Social Integrated best-of-breed solutions Data & Analytics
  • 19. Introducing | Your Modern Office Fast and fluid experience with touch, pen, mouse & keyboard Office - on demand, roaming & up-to-date Newsfeeds & microblogging, extend with Yammer DLP, data retention & unified eDiscovery Immersive touch-optimized Windows 8 apps New cloud app development model Pervasive social capabilities across Office Reimagined deployment model for Office apps Support for Windows phone, iOS & Android phones Enterprise-grade reliability and standards Multiparty HD video & Skype federation Common management experience across Office 365
  • 20. Office 365 | What is it? Latest productivity services running in Microsoft’s cloud
  • 21. Office 365 | Benefits
  • 22. Core identity scenarios with Office 365 Cloud identity Single identity in the cloud Suitable for small organizations with no integration to on-premises directories Cloud identity with directory synchronization Single identity suitable for medium and large organizations without federation* Federated identity Single federated identity and credentials suitable for medium and large organizations
  • 23. Federation options Works with AD Works with AD & Non-AD Suitable for medium, large enterprises including educational organizations Suitable for medium, large enterprises including educational organizations Recommended option for Active Directory (AD) based customers Recommended where customers may use existing non-ADFS Identity systems with AD or Non-AD Single sign-on Secure token based authentication Support for web and rich clients Microsoft supported Works for Office 365 Hybrid Scenarios Requires on-premises servers, licenses & support Shibboleth Works with AD & Non-AD Suitable for educational organizations j Recommended where customers may use existing non-ADFS Identity systems Single sign-on Single sign-on Secure token based authentication Secure token based authentication Support for web clients and outlook only Support for web and rich clients Microsoft supported for integration only, no shibboleth deployment support Third-party supported Requires on-premises servers, licenses & support Verified through ‘works with Office 365’ program Works for Office 365 Hybrid Scenarios Requires on-premises servers & support Works with AD and other directories on-premises
  • 24. What is Hybrid 2009 Atrion Networking Corporation
  • 25. Hybrid Administration approach • • • • • • • • • SharePoint Online Administration SharePoint On-Premises Administration Credential Administration SharePoint Apps Administration SQL Administration SDLC Administration Site Collection Administration DNS Administration UX Governence 2009 Atrion Networking Corporation
  • 26. The Cloud Admin Microsoft’s story
  • 27. On-premises admin Server Administration Manages servers, capacity, deployment, updates, troubleshooting, recovering from failures SharePoint Administration Customize SharePoint for business needs. Governance, compliance, apps.
  • 28. SharePoint Administration Customize SharePoint for business needs. Governance, compliance, apps.
  • 29. A breakdown of cloud admin
  • 30. What’s new? • • • • • • • Unified Office 365 admin experience Sharing Upgrade Search customization Managing external data SharePoint Online PowerShell Admin APIs 2009 Atrion Networking Corporation
  • 31. Key Factors to take into consideration • • • • SLA Backups User locale Integration with other systems 2009 Atrion Networking Corporation
  • 32. Hybrid Environment topologies • On-Premises & Office 365 • On-Premises & Hosted • On-Premises & Azure IaaS • Hosted & Azure Iaas • Azure IaaS & Office 365 2009 Atrion Networking Corporation
  • 33. Application Lifecycle Management • Code reviews • Team Foundation Server • Governance plans • Written policy based controls • Achievable & agreed uponSLAs 2009 Atrion Networking Corporation
  • 34. Understanding the Authentication Scheme • On-Premises – Corporate Active Directory – SAML Claims • Online – Organization account • Azure Active Directory: O365 accounts, Windows Live, Microsoft Accounts, etc – Corporate Active Directory • ADFS 2.0 2009 Atrion Networking Corporation
  • 35. ADFS 2009 Atrion Networking Corporation
  • 36. ADFS Server Farm Using SQL Server & Proxies Federation Server Farm Using SQL Server and Proxies: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg982487(v=ws.10).aspx 2009 Atrion Networking Corporation
  • 37. Office 365 Hybrid Authentication SP Services SP Profile AD Import SPO SP Web App Organizational Account SPO-DS Sync Daemon SPO-DS MSO Portal Directory Sync ADFS Federated Users Active Directory
  • 38. Other Factors • Backup Scenarios • Disaster Recovery Planning • Third Party Tools – Governance 2009 Atrion Networking Corporation
  • 39. • Senior Technical Director, SharePoint at Atrion • Microsoft vTSP – virtual Technology Solutions Professional • SharePoint Foundation Logger – http://spflogger.codeplex.com • • • • • Blog: www.sharepointlonghorn.com Twitter: @sharepointlhorn LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/jasonhimmelstein SlideShare: http://www.slideshare.net/jasonhimmelstein Email: jase@sharepointlonghorn.com • Author of Developing Business Intelligence Apps for SharePoint – http://bit.ly/SharePointBI 2009 Atrion Networking Corporation