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Office 365 and Hybrid Solutions


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Businesses are beginning to utilize investments made within their Enterprise Agreements that typically include Office 365. In as much, migrating all content to Office 365's services requires planning and determination of what SharePoint solutions and content can be moved based off of technical and compliance requirements.

Microsoft Office 365 leveraging SharePoint 2013 and other integrated capability sets provide for globally distributed workforces with the simple ease of administrative oversight and application development without all the mess of setting up servers, maintaining patches and being concerned with disaster recovery plans. While Office 365 is a great platform to utilize, moving an entire IT infrastructure may not always be the best approach for some organizations.

In this session Dan and Scott will discuss the various aspects of why an organization may wish to stay in a hybrid solution with both on-Premise and Office 365 hosted solutions that are integrated together. Further, migration tips and tricks, planning techniques and processes will be discussed.

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Office 365 and Hybrid Solutions

  1. 1. Agenda
  2. 2. Who are we? Scott Hoag @ciphertxt Applied Information Sciences Infrastructure Consultant m Dan Usher @binarybrewery Booz Allen Hamilton Incorporated Lead Associate
  3. 3. Phones silenced, phasers set to stun Ask questions Housekeeping
  4. 4. Planning SKU Overview and Licensing SLA Authentication Security & Compliance Office 365 Overview
  5. 5. Office 365 Software Description Office 365 Deployment Guide Office 365 Advanced Deployment Guide Deployment Readiness Tool Planning
  6. 6. SKU Overview and Licensing
  7. 7. SKU Overview and Licensing
  8. 8. Office 365 is treated as a component of Microsoft’s online services 5 day prior notification for scheduled maintenance 99.9% Uptime Percentage Pods and Failover Service Credits Service Level Agreement
  9. 9. “Any period of time when users are unable to read or write any portion of a SharePoint site collection for which they have appropriate permissions.” What is considered downtime?
  10. 10. Cloud Identity Directory and Password Synchronization Federation Authentication Options in The Cloud™
  11. 11. Identity Scenarios Cloud Identity Single identity in the cloud with no integration to on-premises directories Directory & Password Synchronization Single identity and credentials Federated Identity Single federated identity and credentials
  12. 12. Certified for ISO 27001 EU Model Clauses Data processing agreement HIPAA Business Associate Agreement FISMA Moderate Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act Security & Compliance Office 365 Trust Center
  13. 13. What is included? Social SkyDrive Pro, Newsfeeds, Community Sites/Portals External Users Sites Project Sites, Collaboration Sites/Portal eDiscovery Search Business Intelligence Apps Workflow
  14. 14. Application Development Apps! Apps! Apps! Use SharePoint components Surface remote data Offload business logic Access SharePoint list data Make SharePoint a portal for other applications Integrate SharePoint with Office applications and services Apps for SharePoint overview
  15. 15. Authentication All in The Cloud™ Hybrid Cloud™ and on-premises
  16. 16. Branding Design Manager Change the Look Dynamic Navigation Search Engine Optimization
  17. 17. Enterprise Metadata Taxonomies and Folksonomies are not shared Information architecture dictates where content lives Similar content can (and should) be managed together Customizations & Dashboards for targeted content should be managed in a single environment Think segmented, not shared
  18. 18. Information Rights Management Applied to files at the list and library level Relies on the Windows Azure Active Directory Rights Management (Windows Azure AD RM) IRM applies only to files that are attached to list items, not the actual list items. Encryption is supported for PDF The 97-2003 file formats Word, Excel, and PowerPoint The Office Open XML formats for Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  19. 19. User Profiles Each environment could host a User Profile and My Site for each user Recommend that users have a single My Site and a single User Profile. DirSync is unidirectional Leverage Trusted Host Locations Tags and Notes are unique to each environment
  20. 20. SharePoint 2010 and Office 365 SearchNot possible to share indexes Limited options One search center with side-by-side results Two search centers with separate results Best bets can help (point to external sources) Not possible to consume O365 Federated results on- premises It is possible to browse to the raw federated results feed from an O365 Search Center
  21. 21. SharePoint 2013 and Office 365 SearchAuthentication Topologies Supported Functionality One-way outbound SharePoint Server 2013 Search services can query SharePoint Online site collections and return federated results to SharePoint Server 2013 Search One-way inbound SharePoint Online Search services can query SharePoint Server 2013 site collections and return federated results to SharePoint Online Search Two-way (bidirectional) Both SharePoint Server 2013 and SharePoint Online Search services can query site collections in the other environment and return federated results
  22. 22. Reverse Proxy Requirements The device must support Certificate authentication using a wildcard or SAN X.509 certificate as the client certificate Allow pass through of OAuth 2.0 redirection-based authentication Preservation of request headers If the internal and external URLs of your on-premises SharePoint Server 2013 are different, the device must support path mapping and link translation. Forefront Threat Management Gateway (TMG) 2010 is the only reverse proxy device for which specific configuration guidance is available. Microsoft Unified Access Gateway (UAG) is not supported for use as a reverse proxy device in hybrid environments that require certificate
  23. 23. SharePoint 2013 and Office 365 SearchOn-premises AD DS domain in a forest that has a Windows Server 2008/Windows Server 2008 R2/Windows Server 2012 forest functional level An on-premises server for AD FS 2.0 Microsoft Online Services Directory Synchronization tool An operational on-premises SharePoint Server 2013 farm that has each of the following: An Enterprise Search site collection configured with a public external URL An SSL certificate issued by a public root authority An App Management Service Proxy A Subscription Settings service application A Search service application An Office 365 Enterprise plan (E1/E3) A reverse proxy device with an Internet connection that permits unsolicited inbound traffic An Internet domain and access to DNS records for the domain
  24. 24. Business Intelligence Topologies One-way inbound Two-way (bidirectional) Use App or External list to access data from SPO to your on-premises environment BCS Service brokers OData service endpoints Can be configured to support full CRUDQ functionality
  25. 25. Autohosted Apps Contains one or more Windows Azure Web Sites SharePoint provisions and deploys for you Launched from a SharePoint 2013 host web May also include SharePoint components on an app web Windows Azure SQL Server database Windows Azure Access Control Services (ACS) brokers OAuth Requests
  26. 26. Migration Tips SharePoint Migration Tools Out in the hallway… be sure to ask about full fidelity of metadata Migration Techniques and Strategies Phased typically works better… Fab 40 - not available… don’t try Let the Exchange folks go first 
  27. 27. questions
  28. 28. Who are we again? Scott Hoag @ciphertxt Applied Information Sciences Infrastructure Consultant m Dan Usher @binarybrewery Booz Allen Hamilton Lead Associate