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SharePoint Saturday Silicon Valley - Upgrading from SharePoint 2010 to 2013

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This slide is a copy of the talk given at SharePoint Saturday Silicon Valley on upgrading a SharePoint 2010 environment to SharePoint 2013 including backup of service applications and content …

This slide is a copy of the talk given at SharePoint Saturday Silicon Valley on upgrading a SharePoint 2010 environment to SharePoint 2013 including backup of service applications and content databases, testing, installation and upgrade.

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    • 1. Upgrading SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2013 Shereen Qumsieh | Co-Founder, Dynamic Owl Consulting
    • 2. Co-Founder of Dynamic Owl Consulting Microsoft Certified Professional Organizer of Vancouver SharePoint Developer Group Blog: sharepointdeveloperhq.com | blog.qumsieh.ca Contributing Author SharePoint Trainer & Speaker Introduction: Shereen Qumsieh 3 Headshot
    • 3. Today’s Agenda 4 • What’s new with upgrading to SharePoint 2013 • Overview of the upgrade process • Lessons learned and best practices for upgrade • Demo: Upgrading from SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2013
    • 4. What’s new with upgrading to SharePoint 2013 What do we need to know before planning our upgrade?
    • 5. Options for upgrade in previous versions 6 SharePoint 2003 to 2007 • Database attach, In-place upgrade, Gradual upgrade1 SharePoint 2007 to 2010 • Database attach, In-place upgrade2 SharePoint 2010 to 2013 • Database attach3
    • 6. What’s been improved 7 • Deferred site collection upgrade • Site collection health checker • Upgrade evaluation site collections • Notifications for life-cycle events • Throttles for site collection upgrade • SharePoint compatibility modes • Upgrade logging
    • 7. Deferred Site Collection Upgrade 8 • All upgraded site collections initialized in 2010 UI mode • Site collection administrators can now upgrade their sites at their leisure • No longer requires that farm administrators manage this task
    • 8. Site collection health checker 9 • Health checks help prepare for an upgrade • Looks for common issues and displays a report of findings • Blocks upgrade if issues are detected • Available for site collection administrators
    • 9. Upgrade evaluation site collections 10 • Allows you to preview an existing site in SharePoint 2013 • SharePoint creates a copy of the site collection • Takes advantage of SQL Snapshot capability if present - Causes no read-only outage as source is snapshot - Available in SQL Enterprise and SQL Developer editions • Otherwise uses site collection backup process - Causes read-only outage during copy • Changes made to evaluation site do not affect original • Set to expire and delete automatically
    • 10. Notifications for life-cycle events 11 • Status bar notification alerts that upgrade is available • Status bar notifies if site is in read-only mode
    • 11. Throttles for site collection upgrade 12 • Ensures that upgrades do not affect your farm • Even if 100 administrators decide to upgrade at the same time, not all are run at the same time • Built in throttle defaults • Web app: 5 • Content database: 10 • Content of a site: < 10MB and has < 10 sub webs
    • 12. SharePoint compatibility modes 13 • SharePoint 2013 can support 14 and 15 modes • Your 2010 solutions will continue to work in 2013 • Also known as compatibility levels • Identify customizations in your environment • Is the customization still valuable? • Keep the customizations, don't upgrade the sites • Replace or redo the customizations • Discard the customizations
    • 13. Upgrade logging 14 • Use the Upgrade Status page in Central Administration • Review the log files to look for errors or warnings • Changed to ULS format • Can be imported into Excel • Includes Correlation ID
    • 14. Overview of the upgrade process I’m ready to upgrade, now what?
    • 15. What are the steps – Part 1 16 • Create SharePoint 2013 farm • Install SharePoint 2013 in a new farm • Install all custom solutions • Configure service applications you don’t plan to upgrade • Create web applications, managed paths and AAMs • Backup SQL databases in SharePoint 2010 farm and copy to new farm • Place 2010 farm in read only mode • Backup all service application databases and content databases
    • 16. What are the steps – Part 2 17 • Restore SharePoint 2010 databases in SharePoint 2013 farm • Upgrade services applications to update their table schemas for SharePoint 2013 • Ensure you start the services first • Mount content databases to existing web applications • Upgrade site collections
    • 17. Database-attach support 18 • Supported • Content databases • Business Data Connectivity • Managed Metadata • PerformancePoint • Secure Store • User Profile (Profile and Social) • Search administration • Not supported • Configuration database • Search index database • Sync database
    • 18. Test-SPContentDatabase 19 • Finds issues between content DB and web application • Can test a database not connected to the farm • Can test a database already connected to the farm • Lists out issues including orphans • Missing referenced server side customizations • Missing Features • Missing Templates/Site Definitions • Missing Web Parts
    • 19. Mount-SPContentDatabase 20 • Initiates Content Database upgrade • Ensure you mount the content db that contains the root site collection • Runs internal consistency/orphans check • Runs web application compatibility checks • Web parts • Features • Site Definitions • Event handlers • Authentication/security migration references
    • 20. Authentication support for upgrade 21 • SharePoint 2013 does not support classic mode via UI, must be done via PowerShell • Recommended that you upgrade to Claims prior to migration to 2013 • Test-SPContentDatabase will detect issues with authentication
    • 21. Lessons learned and best practices for upgrade What should I watch out for?
    • 22. Best practices for upgrade 23 • Build out a test farm to run a trial upgrade • Do a full test upgrade end to end to get an idea of timing • Take stock of all customizations and determine whether or not they are required • Remove any existing products or features you no longer require • Set your database to read-only in production farm • Ensure solutions are installed in 14 mode • Upgrade MMS before UPA • Service application upgrades must finish before you do content and personal sites • My Site host must be upgraded before any personal sites • Run performance testing!
    • 23. Demo: Upgrading SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2013 Demonstration of the upgrade process.
    • 24. Questions?
    • 25. Wrap-up: contact details Shereen Qumsieh (Vancouver) E: shereen@dynamicowl.com T: @msshushu W: www.dynamicowl.com B: www.SharePointDeveloperHQ.com
    • 26. Join us right after the event at the Firehouse Grill! Socialize and unwind after our day of learning. 1765 E. Bayshore Road East Palo Alto, CA