TechEd Africa 2011 - OFC307: Architecting a Disaster Tolerant and Highly Available SharePoint 2010 Farm
by Michael Noel, Partner at Convergent Computing on Oct 18, 2011
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Many organizations are finding that their SharePoint environments are becoming as or more mission-critical as email or phone currently are. They are subsequently expecting that SharePoint be both ...
Many organizations are finding that their SharePoint environments are becoming as or more mission-critical as email or phone currently are. They are subsequently expecting that SharePoint be both highly available and disaster tolerant at all times. Because the Service Application architecture model in SharePoint 2010 is relatively complex, it’s not surprising that there is confusion about how to architect a SharePoint environment to be able to survive hardware, software, and site outages. This session focuses on a deep dive into the specifics of how to architect the web, data, and service application tiers of SharePoint 2010 to be both highly available and disaster tolerant. Topics such as SQL Database mirroring, clustering, Network Load Balancing, Virtualization HA and Service Application failover are discussed. In addition, real world models of various farm failover techniques for environments of all different sizes are presented and compared. • Learn how to build in high availability and disaster tolerance into the web, data, and service application tiers of SharePoint 2010 Architecture. • Examine real world designs for SharePoint 2010 that are built to allow for full functionality in the event of various failure scenarios. • Examine how to take advantage of several ‘out of the box’ technologies with SharePoint, SQL, and Windows to provide for HA, as well as understanding when a third-party option may be required.
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