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  • 1. SharePoint 2010 Training Course Administrator - Level 100 (Beginner)Thuan Nguyen (MVP, MCITP, MCTS) – Principal SharePoint Consultant Mail: contact@thesoldier.net | Website: www.thesoldier.net
  • 2. Thuan Nguyen - MVP, MCITP, MCTS  The Soldier - Principal SharePoint Consultant  Founder of www.sharepointvn.net  Blogs at www.thuansoldier.net  Twitter - @nnthuan  Focusing on Planning, Designing, Implementation, ECM, In frastructure  Mail - thuan@thesoldier.net  Skype - thuansoldier Mail: contact@thesoldier.net | Website: www.thesoldier.net
  • 3. Lets start with the basics – what are yougoing to need? SharePoint Server 2010 is 64-bit only Requires 64-bit Windows Server 2008 SP2 or 64-bit Windows Server 2008 R2 Requires 64-bit SQL Server 2008 or 64-bit SQL Server 2005 More secure Improve performance Data Execution Prevention(* You can run SharePoint 2010 on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/64-bit64-bit Windows 7 for developmentpurpose) Mail: contact@thesoldier.net | Website: www.thesoldier.net
  • 4. You need to know for your planning server There is no permanent connection between the client browser and the SharePoint server The number of users in the organization is not the same as the number of simultaneous users.  Different activities in SharePoint require different resources Mail: contact@thesoldier.net | Website: www.thesoldier.net
  • 5. Normalized Operations Per Second (NOPS)A B C D Operation/second (NOPS)360 .000 E Your organization has 4,000A = The number of users employees (A). The percentageB = The percentage of active users on a typical of active users in a typical dayday is 50 (B). The number ofC = The number of operations per active user operations per active user isper day (estimate) (1 – 10) 7(C). The number of workingD = The peak factor (estimate) (1 – 10) hours forE = The number of working hours per day the organization as a whole is 7 hours (E). You estimate the peak1 NOPS ~ 3 GB factor (D) to be 5. At least 8GB RAM http://h71019.www7.hp.com/activeanswers/Secure/54820-0-0-0-121.html Mail: contact@thesoldier.net | Website: www.thesoldier.net
  • 6. Server Roles Web front-end (WFE) Application Database Flexible Scalable Extensible Architecture depends on the size of deploymentSharePoint 2010 is far more flexible than MOSS 2007 Mail: contact@thesoldier.net | Website: www.thesoldier.net
  • 7. Small Farm Deployment This provides redundancy from a Web front-endFor production purposes, a perspectivetypical two-tier server farmthat supports 10,000 to20,000 users. Separating Search service in Application tier Mail: contact@thesoldier.net | Website: www.thesoldier.net
  • 8. Three tier deploymentwith search-optimizedSeparatingSearch service inApplication tier The farm can be capable of Separating Search handling search indexes with up to database 10 million items. Mail: contact@thesoldier.net | Website: www.thesoldier.net
  • 9. Medium Farm Deployment Optimize Search Database Control performanceFocusing on Search andSearch index database But you need more Mail: contact@thesoldier.net | Website: www.thesoldier.net
  • 10. Large FarmDeployment It‟s truly ENTERPRISE Mail: contact@thesoldier.net | Website: www.thesoldier.net
  • 11. Install SharePoint 2010Host OS  64-bit Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard, Enterprise or Datacenter. WCF hotfix: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=166231  64-bit Windows Server 2008 Standard, Enterprise or Datacenter: WCF hotfix: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=160770Database  Microsoft SQL Server 2008  64-bit Microsoft SQL Server 2008 SP1 (CU2)  64-bit Microsoft SQL Server 2005 SP3 (CU3)WFE/App  Web Server (IIS) role  Application Server role  Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 SP1  Microsoft Windows Identity Framework  Microsoft Sync Framework Runtime v1.0 (x64)  Microsoft Filter Pack 2.0  Microsoft Chart Controls for Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5  SQL Server 2008 Native Client  Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Analysis Services ADOMD.NET  ADO.NET Data Services v1.5  Windows PowerShell 2.0( (To automatically install prerequisites by Microsoft SharePoint Products preparation Tool, ensure you have an Internet connection) Mail: contact@thesoldier.net | Website: www.thesoldier.net
  • 12. Supported browserLevel 1 Level 2 Internet Explorer 7  Apple Safari 4.x Internet Explorer 8 (32-bit)  Mozilla Firefox 3.5 Mozilla Firefox 3.5  Internet Explorer 7 Windows XP  Internet Explore 8 (64-bit) Windows Vista  Apple MAC OS X Snow Windows 7 Leopard  UNIX/Linux 8.1 All level 2 browsers have some limitations. Recommendation: the best browser for SharePoint 2010 is Inter Explorer 8 (32-bit) Mail: contact@thesoldier.net | Website: www.thesoldier.net
  • 13. Account RequirementSetup user account  Domain user account  Member of Local Administrations group  SQL Server login  Securityadmin role (SQL Server)  Dbcreator (SQL Server)  SharePoint_Config: Configuration database stores configuration SharePoint, IIS Web Site, Web Application…  SharePoint_AdminContent_<GUID>: this database stores content in Central Administration Web application. Mail: contact@thesoldier.net | Website: www.thesoldier.net
  • 14. Fundamental architecture In IIS Web Server In SQL Server Web Application Site Collection Content Database Mail: contact@thesoldier.net | Website: www.thesoldier.net
  • 15. Basics of Application Pool An IIS application pool is an isolated memory space that is routed to one or more worker processes within the security context of a user. Strengthen your overall security but increase memory.Start > Administrative Tools >Internet Information Service(IIS) Manager > ApplicationPools Mail: contact@thesoldier.net | Website: www.thesoldier.net
  • 16. Another view Server farm Web Application Site Collection Site Lists/Libraries Items/Folders Mail: contact@thesoldier.net | Website: www.thesoldier.net
  • 17. Service Application – Yourcore importance inSharePoint environment Mail: contact@thesoldier.net | Website: www.thesoldier.net
  • 18. Farewell to the Shared Services Provider Profiles Extensible Search Flexible SSP BDC Excel Calc Monolithic architecture http://hrweb/ http://itweb/ Mail: contact@thesoldier.net | Website: www.thesoldier.net
  • 19. Share Service Provider in SharePoint 2007The monolithic design meant that all services were available to allWeb applications.You could not have a separate service for one Web application.There was only one SSP for each farm, which meant that therewas a single point of failure. If this SSP failed, all users lost all SSPfunctionality.You could not implement granular services to individual businessgroups.SSP limited the security functionality of SSP. Mail: contact@thesoldier.net | Website: www.thesoldier.net
  • 20. Farewell to Shared Service Provider Mail: contact@thesoldier.net | Website: www.thesoldier.net
  • 21. Service Application in SharePoint 2010  Extensible Search User Profiles Excel Calc  Flexible BCS Visio  Single farm WAC  Shared across 3rd party farmsService http://hrweb/ http://itweb/ Get Together Mail: contact@thesoldier.net | Website: www.thesoldier.net
  • 22. Service Applications is buffet Mail: contact@thesoldier.net | Website: www.thesoldier.net
  • 23. SERVICE APPLICATIONSService Applications Description Store Cross-farm Data? capableAccess Services View, edit, and interact with Microsoft Access 2010 database in a browser. No NoBusiness Data Connectivity Access line-of-business (LOB) data systems. Yes YesExcel Services Viewing and interact with Microsoft Excel files in a browser. No NoManaged Metadata Service Access managed taxonomy hierarchies, keywords, and social tagging infrastructure Yes Yes as well as content type publishing across site collections.PerformancePoint PerformancePoint Services enables users to create interactive dashboards that Yes No display key performance indicators (KPIs) and data visualizations in the form of scorecards, reports and filters.Search Crawls content, produces index partitions, and serves search queries. Yes YesSecure Store Service Provides single sign-on authentication to access multiple applications or services. Yes YesState Service Provide temporary storage of user session data for SharePoint Server components. Yes NoUsage and Health Data Collects farm wide usage and health data and provides the ability to view various Yes NoCollection usage and health reports.User Profile Adds support for My Site, Profiles pages, Social Tagging and other social computing Yes Yes featuresVisio Graphics Service Viewing and refresh of published Microsoft Visio diagrams in Web browser No NoWeb Analytics Provides Web Service interfaces No NoWord Automation Services Perform automated bulk document conversions No NoMicrosoft SharePoint Tracks subscription IDs and settings for services that are deployed in partitioned mode. Yes NoFoundation Subscription Windows PowerShell only.Settings Service
  • 24. Single Farm services versus Cross-Farm servicesSingle Farm Service Cross-Farm ServiceAccess Database Business DataServices ConnectivityExcel Services Managed Metadata ServicePerformancePoint SearchState Service Secure Store ServiceVisio Graphics Services User ProfileWord Automation Web AnalyticsServices Mail: contact@thesoldier.net | Website: www.thesoldier.net
  • 25. Service Application Architecture Service: A set of bits installed on a farm that‟s capable of providing some functionality. Service Application: A specific farm- level configuration of the Service in SharePoint. Service Instance: An instance of the Service running on an Application server. Service Application Proxy: A pointer to a Service Application that exists on the WFE. Service Consumer: A SharePoint feature, such as a web-part, that talks with the service and makes its functionality available to an end user. Mail: contact@thesoldier.net | Website: www.thesoldier.net
  • 26. Service Application ProxiesA proxy is automatically created for an SA when the SA iscreated via central admin.It‟s a virtual link used to connect web apps to SAsProxies in the local farm are not created by admins, but theyappear along with the SAs in central adminSome proxies might include settings that can be modified- For example, for the Managed Metadata SA, you must indicatewhich proxy is the default taxonomy store Mail: contact@thesoldier.net | Website: www.thesoldier.net
  • 27. Service Application Proxies GroupA proxy group is a group of SA proxies that are selected for aweb appBy default, all SA proxies are included in the default proxy group. You can remove them of course A single proxy can be in multiple Proxy GroupsWhen you create a web app you can: Select the default proxy group Create a custom proxy group by selecting Which SA proxies should be includedThe custom proxy group for one web app cannot be reused witha different web app Mail: contact@thesoldier.net | Website: www.thesoldier.net
  • 28. SharePoint 2010 HostingService Provider ??? You can do Mail: contact@thesoldier.net | Website: www.thesoldier.net
  • 29. SharePoint 2010 for Hosting Service ?The ability to uniquely separate each customer on ashared environment 1 2 Hosting Company SA WA Hosted SC SC SC SC SC SC SC SCSC Company Tenant 1 Tenant 2 Tenant Site Administrator Administrator Mail: contact@thesoldier.net | Website: www.thesoldier.net
  • 30. Multi-Tenant for Hosting Provider Services can be configured to “share” data across Tenants or to “partition” data for each tenant (data isolation) Data Allows multiple organizations to Partition A be „hosted‟ on the same SharePoint Partition B configuration, but keeps their data isolated Configurable „per-service‟ to allow for “Mixed-Mode Partitioning” Is that your  Backup/Restore desire?  Constraints Mail: contact@thesoldier.net | Website: www.thesoldier.net
  • 31. List of possibilities User Profiles  State Managed Metadata  Access Database Data Connectivity  Visio Graphics Search  Word Viewing Secure Store  PowerPoint Word Automation  Excel Calculation (can store tenant data and can be partitioned) (do not store tenant data, and do not support Partition Mode) Web Analytics (site-  PerformancePoint based)  FAST for SharePoint Usage and Health Data Collection (site-based) (cannot be partitioned, and don not make sense in(can store tenant data, but cannot be partitioned) multi-tenant environments)
  • 32. Example ScenarioSharePoint 2010Hosting Provider Cloud area ???  Foundation  Standard One  Enterprise Database Partition data  Personal blog  Small solution  DMS/Search Mail: contact@thesoldier.net | Website: www.thesoldier.net
  • 33. To be continued… Mail: contact@thesoldier.net | Website: www.thesoldier.net
  • 34. Thanks for your attendingcontact@thesoldier.netwww.thesoldier.net Mail: contact@thesoldier.net | Website: www.thesoldier.net