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Migrate to share point 2013 with avepoint 2.14.13

  1. 1. Migrating to SharePoint 2013 with AvePointMary Leigh Mackie Shyam OzaVP, Product Marketing Product Managermlmackie@AvePoint.com | @mlmackie Shyam.Oza@AvePoint.com | @ShyamOza
  2. 2. Technologies Solutions Partners Support Services Community
  3. 3. Goals for SP2013 UpgradesWhat Are Your Options?Site Collection UpgradesFarm Upgrade OverviewUtilizing Third Party Solutions Demo: AvePoint’s Migration SolutionsWrap Up Q&A Additional Resources
  4. 4. Business IntelligenceeDiscoveryIdentity ManagementMobile SupportSocial ComputingRecords Management and ComplianceWeb Content Management
  5. 5. Upgrade Migrate
  6. 6. Manual Automated
  7. 7. How much content?How long? How much downtime can you tolerate?How much customization?“Big Bang” or scaled/phased approach?Loss of metadata / security acceptable?Who can help?Minimum requirements?Mappings available?Can we restructure?Maintain coexistence?
  8. 8. Out of the Box
  9. 9. Safer upgradesReduced Upgrade TimePower to the people
  10. 10. Eliminate big bang upgradesMove forward at a manageable pace
  11. 11. Rules can detect and in some cases repairissuesRules can exist for use in 14 and/or 15modesCan be run without doing upgrade
  12. 12. Throttle limit the number of parallel upgradesUpgrade requests are always queuedStatus of all queued upgrades are tracked within the queue
  13. 13. Farm Upgrade (On-Prem)
  14. 14. SharePoint SharePoint 2010 Farm 2013 Farm (READ- ONLY) Database servers: SQL Server 2008 R2 or SQL Server 2012 Web and Application servers: Install all prerequisites Install SharePoint 2013 Products.
  15. 15. Original SQL Server New SQL Server Most actions take place in SQL Server Management Studio Set to read-write (optional) Set to read-only (optional) Database servers Back up Content databases Service application databases
  16. 16. 1 2 3 4 Create SharePoint 2013 Production farm Copy databases to new farm Upgrade Databases Upgrade site collections Server Farm Administrators
  17. 17. 1. Backup everything2. Upgrade service first3. Upgrade content databases4. Upgrade site collections at your leisure5. Re-index existing content
  18. 18. What About to SharePoint Online?
  19. 19. Office 365 – Dedicated Microsoft no longer supports content migration for Office 365-D customers Remaining options: Manual migrations, custom-coding, Third-party toolsOffice 365 – Standard Options: Manual migrations, custom-coding, Third-party tools
  20. 20. Third Party Solutions
  21. 21. Business continuity – minimal interruption toend-user productivityContent restructuring and taggingcapabilitiesFilter outdated, irrelevant contentLower total cost of ownership, Increase returnon existing assetsUpgrade challenges and limitations…
  22. 22. Perform a Content Archive End-of-Life Information Architecture Assessment ContentReduce Risk of Non- Harden Security Set End-User Expectations compliance Create a Migration Test Don’t Forget About Environment Governance © 2011 AvePoint, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, without the prior written consent of AvePoint, Inc.
  23. 23. Discovery and Test-Run ToolsMigrate to SharePoint 2010, SharePoint 2013, SharePointOnline, Legacy PlatformsLive or scheduled, online or offlineComprehensive metadata, property, and securitymappings + Filter + RestructureMigrate OOTB, SPD, and Nintex workflowsCentrally report and audit on ALL migration activity andhistory
  24. 24. OverviewBest For: Pros: Cons:• Any size environment, from single • Direct migration from 2007 to 2013 • Costs associated with purchasing of server farms to large, distributed • Pre-scan to determine customisations additional software farms • Reorganise content structures during • Learning/training of new software• Migration from non-SharePoint migration Sources • Granular migration• Restructuring content • Retains metadata, versions, permissions• Preservation of any metadata or • Virtually no downtime security • Applicable to non-SharePoint repositories • Options for 24 x 7 Support?
  25. 25. Demo: Migrating to SharePoint 2013 with AvePoint
  26. 26. 300TB Migration from multiple sources (SP, Livelink) 60TB migrated in one year8 TB meeting strict 3-4 month timeline6TB SharePoint migration45TB Livelink migration1.8 TB eRoom migrationFully custom end-user driven migration project
  27. 27. Questions?
  28. 28. US: 1-800-661-6588 AvePoint.comSales@avepoint.com