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SPCA2013 - SharePoint Insanity Demystified


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SharePoint Insanity Demystified

SharePoint Insanity Demystified

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  • Secure store accounts
  • Confirm perms assigned in 2013During farm setup: dbcreator and securityadmin fixed server rolesCreating databses: db_owner fixed db role for all SharePoint databasesAdding servers to farm: Given permissions a new server automatically
  • TCP/IP v Named Pipes
  • Discuss the challenges of RTM guidance: what was “guidance” and what was “support”?CONDITIONS APPLYContent databases of up to 4 TB are supported when the following requirements are met:Disk sub-system performance:0.25 IOPs per GB minimum2.00 IOPs per GB recommended for optimal performanceTTFB of 20msArchitecture and tools must support performance expectations, future capacity, backup, restore, high availability, disaster recoveryDiscussion: Does anyone have more than a terabyte of data in their farm? Does anyone have a database larger than 200GB? Are there any negative performance impacts? Does anyone have 2GB / 1GB / 500MB files stored in SharePoint? How do they perform? How fast is your SharePoint farm growing? If you haven’t deployed SharePoint, how do you know how much storage you’ll need?
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    • 1. Resources
    • 2. SQL Server service: SQL_Service, * SQL administrator: SQL_Admin SharePoint Administrator and Setup User: SP_Admin SharePoint Farm Service: SP_Farm Application pool accounts SP_WebApps SP_MySiteApp * SP_ServiceApps * Default content access (crawl) account: SP_Crawl, * User Profile Synchronization account: SP_UserSync Object cache accounts: SP_CacheSR, SP_CacheSU
    • 3. SQL Database Engine service account: SQL_Service SQL service ownership account: SQL_Admin Resources SQL Agent service account: SQL_Agent
    • 4. SharePoint Administrator and Setup User Used by a service admin to perform bit-level changes Unique, “generic” SharePoint administrative account Not your “normal” user or admin account
    • 5. Domain user account Administrator SQL privileges PowerShell privileges
    • 6. SharePoint Farm Service Used for highly privileged SharePoint services Domain user account SharePoint assigns permissions automatically
    • 7. Extra privileges: UPS Before provisioning User Profile Synchronization Service 1. Add SP_Farm to local Administrators
    • 8. Collab Intranet WSS_CONTENT_APPLICATION_POOLS role Extranet
    • 9. Web and service application pool accounts Domain user accounts Register as managed accounts in the SharePoint farm Assigned as the application pool identity Permissions required depend on the web app or service application
    • 10. My Site web application SP_MySiteApp Account for each application pool to isolate access
    • 11. SharePoint Search default content access account Domain user account Requires read permission to indexed content sources Configure SP_Crawl before creating web apps Assign Read permission to all other indexed content sources Create additional content access accounts
    • 12. SharePoint User Profile Synchronization Domain user account Requires Replicating Directory Changes permission on domain
    • 13. Object cache accounts See Note: this is not the same as BLOB cache or remote BLOB store. This has to do with versions & drafts
    • 14. Office Web Apps (2013) Secure Store
    • 15. SharePoint Automation: SP_Automation Rights required to perform automated tasks
    • 16. SharePoint Enterprise Administrator: SP_EnterpriseAdmin Least privilege not always possible SQL Administrator Local Administrators Farm Administrators Disabled until needed
    • 17. Each farm… … needs its own “set” of accounts naming convention SP_Farm SP_Farm_Dev SP_Farm_Test Why?
    • 18. Account permissions and security settings in SharePoint 2013 Configure object cache user accounts in SharePoint Server 2013
    • 19. Import-CSV $filename | New-ADUser -Path $ou –PassThru | Set-ADAccountPassword -Reset –NewPassword (ConvertToSecureString –AsPlaintext $password –Force) -PassThru | Enable-ADAccount Write-Host "Complete"
    • 20. What is a service account? The #1 problem with service accounts is…. PASSWORD CHANGES Service account password is changed Painful! Result… Admins set Password never expires
    • 21. In a nutshell Register a managed account Use a managed account
    • 22. Manual Password Change for a managed account Benefits Does not require any delegation in Active Directory CHANGE PASSWORD
    • 23. Automatic Password Change for an individual managed account Benefits
    • 24. Use them Configure automatic password management Know the limitations
    • 25. SQL alias SQL Alias = today = tomorrow = next year Configure a SQL alias CLICONFG.exe on each SharePoint server in the farm Do not “Fake it out” with a DNS record Kerberos Consider “tiers” of aliases to support SQL scaling Content Databases: SQLSPCONTENT Search Databases: SQLSPSEARCH Service Application Databases: SQLSPSERVICES
    • 26. workflows security SQL Content Database metadata “Document” BLOB Binary Large Object (BLOB)
    • 27. Content Databases TempDB Model – Monitor – Measure – Modify
    • 28. Content Database Site Collection Items per CDB *Conditions apply: Performance, DR, HA
    • 29. workflows security SQL Content Database metadata “Document” BLOBs
    • 30. workflows SQL Content Database security metadata “Document” BLOBs Cloud Share NAS SAN
    • 31. BLOB EBS RBS
    • 32. Reduced storage cost Increased performance real world workload significant improvement noise about performance externalize collaborative content at 1MB Access to features of the underlying storage platform Business rules to determine what gets
    • 33. Office documents Non-Office documents
    • 34. Reduces I/O between web server and SQL server Potential reduction in storage of Office document versions Non-Office document formats don’t benefit as much/at all Does not reduce storage in multiple-location scenarios
    • 35. Shreds on new/modified document, not on upgrade Cannot currently be turned off Overall system performance may be degraded
    • 36. Shredded storage means no RBS in collab scenarios Use RBS for tiered storage management for archives Requires an RBS “Provider”
    • 37. Move to different location, keep in SharePoint Move to different storage tier, keep in SharePoint Move out of SharePoint entirely
    • 38. Randy Williams Jeremy Thake Gary Lapointe Chris Givens Andrew Connell Spence Harbar Jason Himmelstein Todd Baginski Scot Hillier Susan Hanley Matt McDermott Eric Shupps Paul Swider Shane Young Todd Klindt Wictor Wilén Asif Rehmani Rob Bogue Agnes Molnar Steve Fox Mirjam van Olst Jasper Oosterveld Michael Noel
    • 39. @danholme