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KMA and Metalogix share details on how to beging planning your SharePoint migration. Tips and tricks, gotchas, budgeting and planning techniques, migration tools and more.

KMA and Metalogix share details on how to beging planning your SharePoint migration. Tips and tricks, gotchas, budgeting and planning techniques, migration tools and more.

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    • KMA and Metalogix Present:Planning for Your SharePoint Migration
    • Introduction and Agenda• Introductions and agenda Gilronan• 5 key benefits of upgrading to SharePoint 2010• 5 common migration scenarios McNulty• SharePoint technical review, upgrade-style• What a SharePoint upgrade plan looks like• How Metalogix can smooth the upgrade path Koch• Metalogix demonstration Gilronan• Q&A, resources, next steps, wrap-up Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Your Hosts and Speakers• Mike Gilronan, KMA• Chris McNulty, KMA• Matt Koch, Metalogix Flickr photo from Culex, used by permission: http://www.flickr.com/photos/culexz/6011338009/in/photostream/ Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • 5 Key Benefits of Upgrading to SharePoint 2010 Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • What Clients Have Told Us1. Managed Metadata Services2. Social Computing3. A Path to the Cloud4. Forms Automation with InfoPath5. Business Intelligence Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • What Clients Have Told Us1. Managed Metadata Services Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • MMS: What’s in it for me? Taxonomy!• Creating and managing terms and term sets• Attaching to a library• Taxonomy navigation Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Managed Metadata Services: What does it look like? Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • What Clients Have Told Us1. Managed Metadata Services2. Social Computing Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Social Computing in SharePoint 2010 Informal KnowledgeSocial Connections Participation Anywhere Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Social Computing: Finding Content Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Social Computing: Finding Experts Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • What Clients Have Told Us1. Managed Metadata Services2. Social Computing3. A Path to the Cloud Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Path to the Cloud: Office 365 Today and Tomorrow• Intranet Sites • Help desk • Custom Code Solutions• Knowledge Repositories • Employee onboarding • ISV add ons• Team Sites • Process visualization • Internet Sites• Project Sites • Human workflow • eDiscovery• Corporate Directory • Simple Dashboards • Records Archive• Blogs/Wikis • Access Services • LOB integration• Asset libraries • Forms/Data Capture • BCS• Search • FAST Search• Simple External Sharing • Performance Point• In place Records Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • What Clients Have Told Us1. Managed Metadata Services2. Social Computing3. A Path to the Cloud4. Forms Automation with InfoPath Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Forms Automation with InfoPath• Default forms editor• Out-of-the-box InfoPath web part• Richer InfoPath Forms Services Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • What Clients Have Told Us1. Managed Metadata Services2. Social Computing3. A Path to the Cloud4. Forms Automation with InfoPath5. Business Intelligence Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Business IntelligenceData interactionDecision MakingOrganizational Effectiveness Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • What Clients Have Told Us1. Managed Metadata Services2. Social Computing3. A Path to the Cloud4. Forms Automation with InfoPath5. Business Intelligence Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Migration Planning Chris McNulty
    • Five migration scenarios…why, why, why? Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Re-migration • Cut and paste migration • Platform update without functional improvementCopyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Mergers & Acquisitions • Unify legacy knowledge repositories • Forge shared team processes and identityCopyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Site aggregation • Integrate department/divisional portals • Simplify enterprise findabilityCopyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Information Rearchitecture • Adapt to new structures • Departments – to • Teams and projectsCopyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Future Upgrade Readiness • SharePoint vNext expected in public beta late ’12 • ECM helps purge, archive, centralize content • One hop simpler than two…Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Architecture and DesignCopyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Server Farm – Web Front End• Typical Roles: • http services • Search query• Scaling • Add servers to load balanced cluster• Performance Optimization • RAM • Easily virtualized Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Server Farm - Application Server• Typical Roles: • Search index/crawl • Excel calculation • User profiles • Managed Metadata• Scaling • Add search servers and partitions • Move shared services to dedicated servers• Performance Optimization • CPU Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Server Farm - Database• Typical Roles: • Data storage • SQL Reporting• Scaling • Add storage capacity• Performance Optimization • Disk I/O Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Sizing - Single Server• Typical Roles: • Small teams • Small pools of documents• Considerations • Performance & fault tolerance less of a concern • SQL & Web on same system • Search not a core function Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Sizing - Medium Farm• Typical Roles: • 100-10,000 users • 10,000 – 1MM documents• Scenarios • Enterprise portal • Large scale collaboration • Broader applications platform • Larger external search pool • Mix and match internal external front end servers on common content databases Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Sizing - Large Farm• Typical Roles: • Large distributed enterprise users (10000+) • Large pools of documents (>1MM) Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • SharePoint Online storage sizing considerations• Office365 – Storage depends on contract type and number of users – Pooled storage• Office365 Dedicated – Total storage depends on number of users (Pooled storage additional storage can be purchased) – Web Apps (3+1) – Site Collections • Standard, Extra Large Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Top Level Logical Components• Farm level• Web applications Web Applications • Independent top level URLs • Run inside IIS pools http://intranet Site Collections • Consume shared services and admin from the farm or other farms Site Hierarchies Sites• Site collections Single SItes Lists Liibraries Pages Web Parts http://centadmin • (MySite) Security, branding, database frontier • Contain single sites or site hierarchies• Sites • Group related SharePoint elements (lists, libraries, pages, web parts) Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Mid-Level Logical Components (http://intranet)• Sites also contain lists, pages, and web parts Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Logical Components• High capacity!• Maximums • 250,000 sites per site collection • 5,000 site collections per content DB • 200GB max content DB (single site collection) • >200GB post SP1 • 300 Content DBs per web application • 30MM documents/library • 2GB document size• Examples – 14TB -- SPC11 – RBS Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Migration and UpgradeCopyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Installation - Prerequisites• Servers: – Windows 2008 R2 X64 Enterprise Edition – SQL Server 2008 R2 x64• Service Accounts – spfarm (Farm acct; local admin on the SharePoint servers and either sa or dbcreate, dbowner and security admin on the SQL server.) – svcsql (SQL Server service acct) – sppool (IIS pool acct) – spcrawl (Search accts) – spadmin Interactive admin (install account; local, site collection and farm admin privileges)• Install as SPAdmin• Install Software Prerequisites - Checks for following elements: – Application Server Role, Web Server (IIS) Role, Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Native Client, Hotfix for Microsoft Windows (KB976462), Windows Identity Foundation (KB974405), Microsoft Sync Framework Runtime v1.0 (x64), Microsoft Chart Controls for Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5, Microsoft Filter Pack 2.0, Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Analysis Services ADOMD.NET, Microsoft Server Speech Platform Runtime (x64), Microsoft Server Speech Recognition Language - TELE(en-US), SQL 2008 R2 Reporting Services SharePoint 2010 Add-in Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Predictable Upgrade• Three paths – In place – Database upgrade – Third party tools• Process – Pre-upgrade checker – Visual Upgrade – Resumable upgrade – Progress reports – Parallel DB upgrades Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Upgrade Preparation• Additional Prepwork – Content pruning – Database alignment • stsadm-o mergecontentdbs• DB Attach – Preinstall Required Features – Stsadm –o addcontentdb – databasename DBNAME –url URL – assignnewdatabaseid – PowerShell Mount-ContentDatabase – Test, test, test! Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Pre-Upgrade Check• SharePoint 2007 SP2 minimum, October 2009 CU best – STSADM.exe –o preupgradecheck• Documentation – All servers and components in the farm, and whether the servers meet 64-bit hardware/OS requirements – Alternate access mapping URLs – A list of all site definitions, site templates, features, and language packs that are installed in the farm. – Unsupported farm customizations (such as database schema modifications). – Database or site orphans – Missing or invalid configuration settings in the farm (missing Web.config file, invalid host names, invalid service accts). – Whether the databases meet the requirements — for example, databases are set to read/write, and any databases stored in Windows Internal Database and larger than 4 GB. Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • IT Pro Investments – Visual Upgrade Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Planning, planning, planning Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Studying the current environment and knowing the capabilities of the future environment“know thy enemy and know thyself; in a hundred battles you will never be in peril. When you are ignorant of the enemy but know yourself, your chances of winning or losing are equal. If ignorant both of your enemy and of yourself, you are certain in every battle to be in peril.”-- The Art of War. Sun Tzu Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Content Assessment Challenges• Identifying what content exists On-Premises – Where is it stored? – Who owns it? – Is it still relevant?• Size of the content source – Contains artifacts not suited for SharePoint – Contains duplicates Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Content migration decision framework• 1. Content Assessment – Capture relevant metadata • Type of data • Size of data • Age of data • …• 2. Migration Planning – Should I move, should I move to online services? • Archive, delete – Web app / Site collection / Site – Document Library Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Content Assessment• 1. Define (together with the client!) the selection criteria• 2. Assess how much content is left when criteria is applied• Go back to 1. Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Disk SizingContent SearchInitial Content Size XXX GB External Crawl Size YYY GBInitial User Pool UUser Collab Size .25GBn YR Growth Rate – Archive G%RateEnd Content Size XXX (1+G)n = ECS End Search Size YYY (1+G)n = ESSEnd User Collab Size .25 * U * (1+G)n = EUCSContent DBs ECS + EUCSSearch DBs .05 * (ECS + EUCS + ESS)Search Index Files .05 * (ECS + EUCS + ESS) • Inputs: Size for SharePoint content and non-SharePoint content included in search • For DBs, don’t forget to consider transaction logs, disk dumps (if used for backup) which can add 1-3X. • In SAN or virtual environments, not all disk need be provisioned early Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Psst…about SQL…• Sidebar on SQL Disk optimization – RAID 1: Mirroring (Wastes disk) – RAID 5: Parity Bit (write performance hit) – RAID 10 Stripes across mirrors (costly)• Physical location of data, log, temp and/or backup files. If virtualization or SAN technology doesn’t isolate the disks, not much performance gain,• Performance optimization/fault tolerance by: – RAID1 on boot disks – RAID5 on data disks – RAID10 on log disks – No RAID, or RAID 5 on backup disks• RBS reduces size (and count) of content databases but doesn’t reduce size of total storage• IOPS, IOPS, IOPS! Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Keys to Success• People – Source system knowledge (System X) – Target system knowledge (SharePoint Online)• Knowledge – Development – Knowledge management • How to structure the data• Realistic timelines• Commitment – Strong Steering Committee Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Sources• File shares• Public Folders• Lotus Notes/Domino• SharePoint 2003• SharePoint 2007• SharePoint 2010 Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Choosing the approach• Self service migration – Cut and paste• System based migration – In place – DB Attach• Tools based migrations – Manually using tools• Complex migration including custom code – Invoke experts Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Custom Migration Jan 9, 11 Jan 23, 11 Feb 6, 11 Feb 20, 11 Mar 6, 11 Mar 20, 11 Start TechReq IA Info User Classification and Triage Test Comms Final FinishSat 1/1/11 Catalog Fri 1/21/11 - Thu 2/17/11 Migrations migs Mon 3/28/11 Custom Migration Code Fri 2/11/11 - Thu 3/10/11 Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Tools-based migration Jan 2, 11 Jan 9, 11 Jan 16, 11 Jan 23, 11 Jan 30, 11 Feb 6, 11 Feb 13, 11 Start Technical IA Inf User Classification and Triage Test Communicatio Final FinishSat 1/1/11 Requirements or Mon 1/17/11 - Fri 1/28/11 Migrations n migra Tue 2/15/11 m Migration Mon 1/31/11 - Fri Mon 2/7/11 - Fri tion 2/4/11 2/11/11 Mon ati Configuration 2/14/1 on Mon 1/24/11 - Fri 1/28/11 1 - Tue Ca 2/15/1 tal 1 ogi ng Fri 1/1 4/1 1 Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Choosing the right toolsCopyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Metalogix Migration Manager forSharePointMatt Koch – Senior Solutions Engineer
    • Bill Gates Mugshot - 1977
    • Agenda Introduction – About Metalogix About you The Content Explosion SharePoint Migration and Upgrade Legacy ECM Consolidation to SharePoint6
    • About You… Who is… Migrating from 2003? Migrating from 2007 (MOSS & WSS3)? Already on 2010? Migrating to the Cloud? Undetermined or no migration plans?
    • About Metalogix Software We provide award-winning productivity Founded in 2001 solutions for Microsoft SharePoint and 6,000+ customers Exchange. Offices in: Migrate, optimize storage, manage, United States archive, and recover enterprise Washington, DC content Boston Ensure its availability Dallas Support regulatory compliance Canada Efficient and cost effective Halifax Independent Software Vendor Vancouver Microsoft Gold Partner Europe Winner of Microsoft’s SharePoint London 2010: Innovative ISV Award Bratislava Switzerland6
    • Sample of Metalogix Customers6
    • Content Lifecycle Management for SharePoint and Exchange Migrate/Upgrade to SharePoint 2010 from: Reorganize • SharePoint 2003/2007 SharePoint data • File sharesas business needs • Exchange Public Foldersevolve and adapt • ECM Systems: eRoom, Livelink, Documentum, Oracle/Stellent, Websites, Wikis & Blogs, MCMS 2002 On-premises and in the cloud Granularly recover lost or Store & Optimize deleted SharePoint SharePoint content • Externalize BLOB items storage Archive Exchange, files and • Break free from SharePoint content database • Archive content for compliance limitation • e-discovery • Tier, store and manage content from any6 storage/cloud vendor
    • Metalogix Core Principles • Simple Set-Up and Installation  ~11 MB Download  We use the .NET platform, so no additional hardware or software requirements  Begin using it in minutes • Excellent Microsoft Citizenship  No undocumented direct writes to the SharePoint database • Ease of Use  Intuitive interface, flexible options  Tree-based copy-and-paste actions  Designed with the content owner in mind • Stellar Support  Support Center has received many accolades from customers for responsiveness and friendliness  Follow the sun support model • Innovation7
    • Migration Products
    • The Content Market We’re in the content explosion era Multiple information silos have been created PC Hard drive (Files, PSTs, Video, Photos) File Shares, Legacy ECM Mobile devices, tablets, etc. Cloud ECM market is changing and SharePoint is winning the battle Familiar User Experience Lower TCO Consolidation point for multiple business requirements Accessible on almost any device7
    • Is SharePoint Ready for the Content Explosion? Scalability Challenges Migration and Upgrade Challenges Consolidation Challenges Information Management Challenges7
    • SharePoint Consolidation and Upgrade SharePoint Migration Best Practices Out of the box upgrade (e.g., SharePoint911 session at SPC11) Upcoming white paper (with SharePoint MVP, Michael Noel) What does “SharePoint Sprawl” really mean? What do we do when SharePoint grows wild? What about my other information?7
    • Combatting Sprawl Sprawl is “good”? Invest in your Information Architecture Invest in reorganise and migrate capability Sprawl will still happen (probably) Reorganise again7
    • Adapter/Connection Performance Fastest vs. Slowest Adaptors Native Web Services (Remote… obviously) Client Object Model (Remote for 2010 and future) Server-side API The fastest write is the local object model – 500 GB/hr! Database (Read-only!) The fastest read option is the database read-only connection Metalogix Extensions Web Service Our tests have shown that the local object model connection can be over 20 times faster than the7 Native Web Services (NWS) connection.
    • SharePoint Migration7
    • Metalogix Migration Manager for SharePoint - Key Features Visual migration tool for SharePoint PowerShell script generation and batch operations Support for multiple source and target servers Support for SharePoint management Map users/domains Preserve data such as User Info, Versions, Metadata, Permissions, Web part content and Views Adheres to the Metalogix Product Principles Easy to download, install and use Remote interactions with SharePoint Only uses supported Microsoft interfaces78
    • Migration Manager for SharePoint -Management Features Reorganize servers for better information management, performance, search or usability Merge lists, split lists, move lists Item level restructuring Re-parenting Re-templating Promote sites to site collections, demote site collection to a site 79
    • Customer Example – Large Technology Consultancy Customer Pain Needed to manage TBs of content in a hybrid cloud. Concerns about performance and ease of synchronising between environments. Solution Benefits Metalogix Migration Manager for SharePoint allowed to migrate content between the on-premises and the cloud environments. The built in support for PowerShell and ability to schedule incremental updates for synchronization solved the problem. The solution currently enables them to move over 500GB per day8
    • SharePoint Migration8
    • Content Silo Consolidation to SharePoint Legacy ECM Exchange Public Folders File Shares Websites8
    • Migrating Data from Other Document/Content Management Systems to SharePoint Has your organization migrated data into SharePoint from another document or content management system(s)? (Percent of respondents, N=245) Don’t know, 16% Yes, 27% No, but we plan to within 12 months, 12% No, and we have no plans to do so, No, but we plan 33% to within 24 months, 11%8 © 2011 Enterprise Strategy Group
    • Customer Example – A Bank’s File Share Chaos Customer Pain: File management issues on new SP 2010 farm (upload, search, access) based on internal project to decommission File Shares, with an initial target of 50,000 uploads per hour with average doc size of 500 KB each. Solution Benefits: StoragePoint provided users with ongoing upload/access/search via the SharePoint UI. The key factors in choosing a solution were transparent externalization and enabling the upload of large amounts of files in a short time - all proven successful during a 30 day POC.8
    • Migrating Data from Corporate File Shares to SharePoint Has your organization migrated data into SharePoint from its corporate file shares? (Percent of respondents, N=245) Don’t know, 12% No, and we have no plans to do so, Yes, 48% 14% No, but we plan to within 24 months, 10% No, but we plan to within 128 months, 16% © 2011 Enterprise
    • How to get your File Shares into SharePoint Manual Single or Multi-file upload via SharePoint UI Explorer view 3rd party tools Build a tool that use SharePoint OM, RPC, Client OM, or Web Services Obvious caveats Third-party Metalogix Migration Manager for SharePoint - File Shares Metalogix StoragePoint Librarian8
    • Speed vs. Fidelity8
    • SharePoint and TBs of Content – Fact or Fiction? Is RBS an OOB feature/capability of SharePoint 2010 SQL Performance is Improved Content DB recommendations still apply BLOB externalisation and Archiving are Separate Scenarios Backup and Restore Keynote Demo – SharePoint and SQL can Scale (but at what cost) http://www.metalogix.com/blog/11-10- 04/Revisiting_SharePoint_Remote_BLOB_Storage.asp8 x
    • Customer Example – Technology Company Customer Pain The Customer was consolidating content from multiple sources into SharePoint and needed a solution to cope with their current 10TB of content plus be able to handle the future content growth. Their users were also complaining about long upload times for larger files Solution Benefits StoragePoint enabled the team to scale their SharePoint to cope with their existing content volumes whilst also allowing them to grow that volume in future without the need to heavily invest in their existing SQL implementation. The BLOB offloading also meant that upload times for large files were significantly improved.8
    • Why BLOB Remoting?The simple case for Remote BLOB Storage On average, 90-95% of a SharePoint content database’s storage overhead is comprised of content BLOBs. BLOBs can be stored on less-expensive storage and SQL clusters can be right-sized DOC TIFF PDF sans all the BLOB I/O. XLS PPT Eliminate performance and scalability challenges around native BLOB storage Attached architecture Direct- Smaller and fewer content databases. Can leverage DFS, snapshot-ing, and/or Addressable Network- mirroring for BLOB store recovery. BLOBs can be remoted to WORM-compliant storage platforms like EMC Centera, Cloud Hitachi HCAP, or OSAR. You can implement HSM where content can be moved to less expensive storage
    • Additional Resources www.metalogix.com Case Studies: http://www.metalogix.com/About/Customers.aspx White Paper: Four Practical Solutions to Free Your Content with SharePoint Webinar: Migrating Exchange Public Folders to SharePoint and SharePoint Online Free your SharePoint content: http://metalogix.com/Freedom Microsoft.com case study with Metalogix Free Trial Downloads: Migration Manager for SharePoint StoragePoint Migration Manager for File Shares9
    • Takeaways mattk@metalogix.com randip@metalogix.com www.metalogix.com Free trials Follow us on Twitter: @metalogix, @mattakoch
    • In Closing• Q&A• Evaluations• Next steps – KMA’s SharePoint 2010 Readiness Assessment http://info.kma- llc.net/sharepoint-2010- readiness-assessment/ – Metalogix conversation Flickr photo from The Wolf, used by permission: http://www.flickr.com/photos/thewolf/466545775/ THANK YOU!!! Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.
    • Resources• Copy of Today’s Deck (on SlideShare today)• TechNet Migration Guide:http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc303420.aspx• Self-study Migration Guide (download):http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=27210• Metalogix Software Blog:http://www.metalogix.com/Blog.aspx• Relevant KMA (Chris M) Blog Articles:http://blogs.kma-llc.net/.services/blog/6a0115709993d0970b011571a5233f970b/search?filter.q=upgrade Copyright 2011 © Knowledge Management Associates, LLC. All rights reserved.