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Cloud Computing is a trend. Companys can work more efficient and fast, they can reduce costs and Speed up things. In this session we will Focus on various hybrid Scenarios, which possibilities you have on your way to the cloud and how you can manage your hybrid world. What common questions should be answerded for hybrid Solutions?

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  • What is Hybrid?Any of the following workloads - Exchange, SharePoint or Lync is deployed in the cloud (Office 365) in coexistence with the same or any other workloads On-PremisesFor Example: Exchange Online with Exchange On-Premises and Lync On-PremisesTwo types of hybrid deployments:Hybrid within a workloadExchange Online and Exchange Server by usersSharePoint Online and SharePoint Server by sitesLync Online and Lync Server hybrid is NOT availableHybrid between workloadsExchange Online working with Lync Server enabling voicemail SharePoint Online working with Lync Server enabling presenceEtc.
  • Examples of Common Hybrid Models Today:The most common use of a hybrid deployment is during large migrations from On-Premises to Cloud Services
  • In some cases, organizations choose to continue to maintain a hybrid environment For example:Academic institutions may choose to deploy Exchange Online for their students while maintaining Exchange for faculty and staff On-Premises.Manufacturing companies may choose to keep corporate office employees On-Premises, using Exchange, SharePoint and Lync On-Premises, while supporting floor workers with the Kiosk Worker plans in Office 365.A group inside a larger organization can run a pilot of Online Services while remaining connected to users of On-Premises. When some users in an organization rely on custom line-of-business applications that do not interact with online services, they can remain in an On-Premises deployment while other users’ data is moved to the cloud.Multinational corporations may have employees in subsidiaries that require data to reside in-country. Those subsidiaries may maintain their data On-Premises while the rest of the organization moves its data to the cloud.
  • Archiving and full IT controls not available with Lync OnlineIM & content archivingMalware scanningPowerShellFull user & group policiesInterop with video systems
  • Here is a summary of the migration tools and options we have with Exchange Online. Customers have choices to move to the cloud quickly with native migration options, to take a more measured approach to the cloud according to their business requirements or maintaining mailboxes on-premises and online for a longer period of time.Note: Exchange 2013 hybrid does not work with Exchange 2003. However, Exchange 2003 customers will be able to deploy Exchange 2010 hybrid with Exchange Online 15 in order to have a smoother experience to migrate to the cloud if other options are not ideal for their business requirements.(more details in the hybrid deployment module)

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  • Office 365 in a hybrid worldMARTINA GROM, OFFICE 365 MVP, ATWORK@MAGROMWWW.ATWORK.ATSHAREPOINT AND PROJECT CONFERENCE ADRIATICSZAGREB, 11/28/2012
  • About me Martina Grom CEO atwork Bloggerin Consulting mg@atwork.at blogs.technet.com/austria Microsoft Office365 Blog cloudusergroup.at @magrom
  • What we are doing
  • Agenda • Office 365 Components • What is Hybrid • Why Hybrid – common use cases • Migration scenarios • Features of a hybrid Deployment
  • Office 365 for Enterprises7
  • What is Hybrid?• Split Workload between On-Premises and the cloud• Some users of Exchange, SharePoint or Lync are in the cloud where others stay on-prem.
  • Reasons for Hybrid Solutions• High Flexibility• Fast Move to the cloud is not possible (business or technical reasons)• Workloads• Compliance and security reasons
  • 2 possible Sceanrios• Migration to the Cloud: Hybrid helps in transitioning• Permanent Hybrid Model: Hybrid-solution stays in the enterprise (for al longer time, maybe „forever“)
  • Hybrid to help migrationsFlexibility in• Migration in your desired speed – low impact on users and on your current infrastructure• Pilotierung of Online Services with some Test Users Deployment of the whole company Transfer of Workloads, users or sites in the cloud for a pilot or a staged Migration On-Premises Deployment of Usern or Sites
  • Dauerhaftes Hybrid ModelCustomers have the choice to have users on-prem or in thecloud• Manage Users and services on-prem and online, depending on your Move of workloads enterprise users, sites to the cloud for specific reasons.• To secure exitent investments on prem. Hybrid as a permanent• Easy on- and offboarding of Exchange Mailboxes between on-prem model and Ofice 365.• Migration of remote users for better performance• Hosten of data in specific regions because of compliance or security• Migration to dthe Cloud whenever you want On-Premises Deployment of users or sites
  • Online and On-PremisesFeaturesHybrid deployments keeps your flexibility for Support of Features, please check back on publicavailability of Office 365 vnextNot available Features in Not available in SharePoint Not available Features inExchange Online Online Lync Online• Hierarchical address book and • Central administration • Voice to PSTN segmenting of your Global Adress book • Powershell • Enterprise Voice and PBX• Language support of Exchange • Full-trust Code VoiceMail• Customized OWA Templates, Logos and add-ins• old APIs
  • Matrix of Hybrid Scenarios
  • Plan your Deployments „can we do it on a weekend?“
  • Deployment Planning Source Identity Size Server Management Exchange Large On- IMAP Medium Premises Lotus Small Single Notes Sign-On Google On-Cloud Hybrid Provisioning Hybrid DEPLOYMEN DirSync Exchange T PLAN Bulk sharing Migration Provisioning features solution is part of the plan
  • Deployment Phases
  • Summary of Migration Options * Cutover migration IMAP Migration Staged migration IMAP migration Simple Migrations 2010 Hybrid 2013 Hybrid Supports wide range of email platforms Email only (no calendar, contacts, or tasks) Cutover Exchange Migration (CEM) Good for fast, cutover migrations No migration tool or computer required on-premises Exchange 5.5  Staged Exchange Migration (SEM) Exchange  No migration tool or computer required on-premises 2000 Requires Directory Synchronization with on-premises AD Exchange     2003 Exchange      Hybrid Deployment Hybrid 2007 Manage users on-premises and online     Exchange Enables cross-premises calendaring, smooth migration, and easy off-boarding 2010 Exchange    2013 Notes/Domino 18 GroupWise 
  • Hybrid – Stages vs. Hybrid Feature Staged Hybrid Mail routing between on-premises and cloud (recipients on either side)   Mail routing with shared namespace (if desired) - @company.com on both sides   Unified GAL   Free/Busy and calendar sharing cross-premises  Mailtips, messaging tracking, and mailbox search work cross-premises  Exchange Sharing OWA Redirection cross-premise (single OWA URL for both on-premises and cloud)  Exchange Online Archive  Exchange Management Console used to manage cross-premises relationship & mailbox  migrations Native mailbox move supports both onboarding and offboarding  Mailbox Move No outlook reconfiguration or OST resync required after mailbox migration  Online Mailbox Move allows users to start logged into their mailbox while it is being moved to the  cloud Secure Mail ensure emails cross-premises are encrypted, and the internal auth headers are preserved Secure Transport  Centralized mailflow control, ensures that all email routes inbound/outbound via On Premises 19 
  • Architecture Bronze Sky customer Trust Federation premises Gateway Exchange Online Active Directory Authentication Federation platform SharePoin Server 2.0 IdP t Online IdP MS Online Provisioning Directory Sync Directory Lync AD platform Store Online Service connector Admin Portal
  • Identity Options Comparison 2. MS Online IDs 3. Federated IDs 1. MS Online IDs + DirSync + DirSync Appropriate for Appropriate for Appropriate for • Smaller orgs without • Medium/Large orgs • Larger enterprise orgs AD on-premise with AD on-premise with AD on-premise Pros Pros Pros • No servers required • Users and groups • SSO with corporate on-premise mastered on-premise cred • Enables co-existence • IDs mastered on- Cons scenarios premise • No SSO • Password policy Cons controlled on-premise • No 2FA • No SSO • 2FA solutions possible • 2 sets of credentials to manage with differing • No 2FA • Enables co-existence scenarios password policies • 2 sets of credentials to • IDs mastered in the manage with differing cloud password policies Cons • Server deployment • High availability server required deployments required
  • One access in OWA 22
  • MigrationCutover Migration
  • Cutover Migration • Target • Fast, simple, for small companies • Full Transfer to the Cloud • Requirements • Less than 1.000 User • Identity Management in the Cloud (and on Premise) • Outlook Anywhere • Functions • No On Premise Deployment necessary • Migration from Exchange Server 2003 • On-premise or hosted systems
  • MigrationStaged Migration
  • Staged Migration • Target • For small, medium businesses • needs • Directory Sync • Function • Migration for Exchange Server 2003, 2007, 2010… • Migration in Batches (start it as long as you like, when you like)
  • MigrationHybrid Deployment
  • Hybrid Deployment • Target • Large companies • Needs • ADFS Serverfarm HA • Directory Sync • Function • Migration from Exchange Server 2003 and 2007 • Migration with Mailbox Move • Free/Busy sharing
  • Hybrid Deployment Anforderungen On-premises organization: Exchange Server 2003 One Exchange Server 2010 SP1 CAS Server with Hub transport Role Directory Synchronization (DirSync) installed and working Autodiscover and working public DNS record Exchange Web Services and Autodiscover reachable, public certificate Federation trust with Microsoft Federation Gateway
  • AD FS Concept 30
  • Directory Synchronization Architecture 31
  • AD FS 2.0 Deployment Options 1.Single server configuration 2.AD FS 2.0 server farm and load-balancer 3.AD FS 2.0 proxy server or UAG / TMG / Other reverse proxy (External users, Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync®, Outlook) Active Directory AD FS 2.0 Server AD FS 2.0 AD FS 2.0 Proxy Server Server AD FS 2.0 Server Proxy External Internal Enterprise user user Perimeter network
  • Hybrid Architecture
  • CONFIGURE YOUR DEPLOYMENT PLAN
  • How it looks likeHybrid Features
  • Hybrid Features
  • Hybrid Features
  • NewsNews around Hybrid solutions
  • News • Dir Sync Tool 64bit Version verfügbar (based on Forefront identity Manager) http://community.office365.com/en-us/w/sso/555.aspx • Exchange SP2 with Hybrid Configuration Wizard • Exchange 2013 to come
  • Exchange Server 2010 SP2• New Hybrid Configuration Wizard • Exchange federation trust Pre-SP2: Approximately 50 • Organization relationships manual steps • Remote domains/accepted domains With SP2: Now only 6 manual • Email address policies steps • Send/Receive connector • Forefront inbound/outbound connectors • MRSProxy • Pre-req checks (i.e. Office365 Active DirSync, Exchange certificates, registered custom domains, etc…)• New Windows PowerShell™ cmdlets • New/Get/Set/Update-HybridConfiguration• Namespaces improvements • Removing requirement for unique namespace • Providing every customer a coexistence domain, for every hybrid deployment • Service.contoso.com is now Contoso.mail.onmicrosoft.com 40
  • SharePointSharePoint Hybrid
  • SharePoint Hybrid On-Premises Cloud Service Coexistence Single sign on ADFS Rich Coexistence + Complete control and ownership of Migrate some capabilities to SharePoint Microsoft will regularly deliver new hardware, maintenance, resources, Online and access both on premises and features and capabilities to SharePoint and administration online sites with the same domain Online credentials
  • SharePoint Hybrid Planung • Voraussetzungen: • Single sign on • ADFS • Einheitliches User Interface mit einheitlichen Templates • Flexibles Lizenzmodell • Lokation von User Profiles, My Site, Suche
  • Decision making Hybrides Modell fits Hybrides Modell possible, but take care • Split workloads and features (Features, who are not • Compliance or security yet avalable in the cloud and/or on prem) • Complex Auditing • Current investments in (z.B. custom code solutions) • Search over split deployment • Network performance • Custom Code • No central adminsitration • Sandboxed Solutions • NAPA
  • Planning Guide
  • Links• Exchange Deployment Options whitepaper http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=18206• Hybrid SharePoint Environments with Office 365 Whitepaper http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?displaylang=en&id=27580• Exchange Server Deployment Assistant http://technet.microsoft.com/exdeploy2010• Deployment Readiness Tool http://community.office365.com/en-us/f/183/p/2285/8155.aspx• Deployment Guide für Unternehmen http://community.office365.com/modg/• Office 365 Service Descriptions http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=13602• SharePoint Online Enterprise Planning Guide• http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/office365-sharepoint-online-enterprise-help/sharepoint- online-planning-guide-for-office-365-for-enterprises-HA101988931.aspx
  • questions?HTTP://BLOG.ATWORK.ATMAGROM
  • thank you.SHAREPOINT AND PROJECT CONFERENCE ADRIATICSZAGREB, 11/28/2012