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Slide presentation on contextual design considerations of SharePoint logical architecture and site taxonomies.

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    Baltimore SharePoint User's Group - 21 May 2009 Baltimore SharePoint User's Group - 21 May 2009 Presentation Transcript

    • Dan Usher 21 May 2009
    • Introduction Logical Architecture Taxonomy Project Planning Technical Requirements Scenarios Conclusion
    • Who am I? What environments have I worked in? What have I seen? What is this talk about?
    • Logical Architectures skipped… Site Collections popping up all over the place… Permissions are a mess… Where’d my admin access go…. Information can’t be found… Search isn’t working right…
    • Collaboration Portals Content Enterprise Search Management Workflow Business Process and Intelligence Forms
    • What’s the context of your use for SharePoint? What are you trying to accomplish with SharePoint? Do you need to be able to roll up data? Re-utilize SharePoint groups Workflow tools? Consider the context of your environment and requirements 6
    • Considerations, Tradeoffs and Compromises to meet the Context Assessing the context… What capabilities are sought after? What are the environment limitations? Are you building into the cloud? Consider the context…
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    • What defines a logical architecture? Why is a logical architecture important? How can you really make use of a logical architecture? What does a logical architecture consist of and look like? 9
    • Web Zones Web Applications (Intranet, Extranet, Int Multiple SSPs ernet, etc.) and Zone My Sites Policies Collaborative Team Different Sites Authentication Models Secure Content Content Databases Authoring and Publishing Application Pools Site Collections 10
    • Windows SharePoint Services Example Reference: http://bit.ly/sps-ref-wssLA
    • Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 Logical Architecture Example 12 Reference: http://bit.ly/sps-ref-mossLA
    • Extranet Public Facing Website Permissions models Authentication Schemes Interoperability with other applications 13
    • Taxonomy is the science (and art) of classifying a broad range of things. Originally used to classify plants and animals – phylum, genus, species, etc. – taxonomy is now applied to everything from product inventory to web sites. Reference: http://bit.ly/sps-ref-tax 14
    • SharePoint Farms Web Applications Collections of Site Collections Collections of Sites Managed Paths Nesting Paths Reflection of the Organization Requires out of the box thinking 15
    • Blog (/blog) Root Site Search Center / (/search) Personal (/personal) SharePoint Monkey sharepointmonkey.org Development (/work/development) Work Sites Networking /work/ (/work/networking) SharePoint (/work/sharepoint)
    • Why not just deposit everything in a single document library? Why not just use search for everything? 17
    • Inheritance and Breaking it… …and re-inheriting it Defined in a Governance Plan hopefully? SharePoint Groups AD / LDAP Groups Single Users 18
    • Site collections bridge logical architecture and information architecture. The design goals for site collections in the model are to satisfy requirements for URL design and to create logical divisions of content.* Reference: http://bit.ly/sps-ref-sc 19
    • How does a project plan fit into logical architectures and taxonomies? Or rather… How does a logical architecture and taxonomy fit into a project plan…  20
    • http://go.spdan.com/hmewo Microsoft has a project plan for planning… 21
    • What will the system do? Collaboration? Publishing? Development Platform? How big will the system be? How will it be accessed? What will be the level of usage? Are we dealing with a cross domain solution? SQL Mirroring or Clustering? 22
    • Surrounding Infrastructure System Memory IIS Number of Web Applications Number of Identity Pools Number of sites / site collections DNS Authentication Methods PKI / SSL / Wildcard Certificates Network Interfaces / IP Addresses Storage 23
    • Small Organization (250-300) Document Management Collaboration Federation Low Hardware / Software Budget Information Rollups 24
    • Taxonomy may reflect an organization’s natural divisions Single Site Collection rolls up information easily Works well with small numbers of users “Out of the box method” Reutilizes Site Columns and Content Types 25
    • Small Farm Use of SharePoint Designer User Management Tool ADFS Taxonomy using Sites Rolled Up Information Security Group Madness User Training 26
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    • Pirate Nosh Logical Architecture Example 28
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    • Collaboration Document Management Workflow Records Management Large User base - 100k users 30
    • Complex Permissions Extranet Access Smartcard Authentication High Availability Integrity of Data AD Infrastructure - Security Groups 31
    • Integration of 3rd Rights Management Party Records Server Management Solution User Management Use of the DOD through AD or Third 5015.2 Record's Party Tools Management Pack Large Farm with a Microsoft Partner Third Party Wiki Integration (Confluence, MediaWi ki, etc.) 32
    • SQL Configuration Log Shipping Mirroring - remove the Third Party Mirroring complexity Tool Clustering - better scalability Split DNS Mirror the data of the WCM System cluster - best of both Captaris, K2, Nintex? worlds 33
    • Typically doesn’t get planned overnight May or may not reflect what an organization actually looks like Best to plan it out with time Discover what is out there… 34
    • Binary Brewery Logical Architecture Example 35
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    • Binary Brewery Physical Architecture Example 37
    • Each SharePoint implementation project requires that you examine the contextual considerations of the environment and define a vision. Defining such a vision will provide goals to work toward, to make your implementation both successful and effective to end users. 38
    • Your requirements drive your taxonomy and logical architecture... Which in turn drive your hardware requirements... If you don't know what you're going to use SharePoint for, start off small and scale your farm up as you go... Crawl… Walk… Run… 39
    • What you start with on Day One isn’t what you’re going to end up with in… Six months… A year… Day 472… Remain Flexible!!! 40
    • User adoption in and of itself will cause your environment to change… …adapt to the context as it changes. 41
    • Follow me on Twitter – twitter.com/usher Follow my blog – http://www.sharepointdan.com IM? gTalk danusher79 Live danusher@live.com E-mail: dan@spdan.com 43