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Upgrade -migration_and_virtualisation_with_share_point_2010 - with video

  1. 1. Upgrade / Migration & Virtualisation with SharePoint 2010 <br />Dave Coleman & Alan Richards<br />
  2. 2. SharePoint 2010 Software/Hardware Requirements <br />Software<br />64 Bit edition of SQL 2005 With SP3 or<br />64 Bit edition of SQL 2008 With SP1 and Cumulative Update 2 or<br />64 Bit Edition of SQL 2008 R2<br />64 Bit edition of windows server 2008 with SP2<br />64 Bit edition of Windows server 2008 R2<br />Hardware<br />64 Bit processor, 4 Cores<br />8GB Ram <br />80GB Hard Drive Space<br />
  3. 3. Single Server Deployment<br />One server farm<br />Runs all SharePoint roles<br />Central admin<br />Web front end<br />SQL Server<br />
  4. 4. Two Tier Farm<br />Single SharePoint Server<br />SQL Server could be MIS Server<br />
  5. 5. Upgrade<br />In place upgrade<br />Patched SQL<br />X64 architecture<br />High availability upgrade<br />Patched SQL<br />Copy MOSS 2007 database and attached to new server<br />
  6. 6. Metalogix SharePoint Site Migration Manager 2010<br />Quest Software Migration Manager (2003 to 2010)<br />TzunamiDeployer for SharePoint 2010 migration<br />AvePointDocAve SharePoint Migration Manager for 2001/2003/2007 to 2003/2007/2010<br />MetaVis Migrator for SharePoint<br />Xavor SharePoint 2010 Migration Tool <br />SharePoint Joel<br />http://www.sharepointjoel.com/default.aspx<br />Migration Tools<br />
  7. 7. Virtualisation – The Basics<br />Market players<br />Citrix<br />VMWare<br />Microsoft Hyper-V<br />Save money<br />Reduce carbon footprint<br />Reduce TCO<br />
  8. 8. Standard Model<br />One server = One role<br />New role = New Server<br />New Server = More Money<br />Virtualisation – The Basics<br />
  9. 9. Virtualisation Model<br />Start small<br />One server<br />Large memory and storage<br />One server runs multiple guests<br />Expand as necessary<br />Multiple servers<br />Centralised storage<br />Failover<br />Virtualisation – The Basics<br />
  10. 10. Failover Cluster Manager<br />
  11. 11. Failover Cluster Manager<br /><ul><li>Live Migrate
  12. 12. Create New Virtual Servers
  13. 13. Start VM
  14. 14. Shutdown VM
  15. 15. Manage VM’s With HyperV Manager
  16. 16. Manage Failover and Failback</li></li></ul><li>System Centre Virtual Machine Manager<br />
  17. 17. System Centre Virtual Machine Manager<br />
  18. 18. System Centre Virtual Machine Manager<br /><ul><li>P2V (Physical to Virtual)
  19. 19. Manage Your Virtual Machines
  20. 20. Live Migrate
  21. 21. Create and Manage Snapshots (Checkpoints)
  22. 22. Stop
  23. 23. Shutdown
  24. 24. Restart
  25. 25. Create templates to easily create virtual servers
  26. 26. Manage ISO Storage
  27. 27. Manage Your VMware VirtualCenter Server
  28. 28. http://www.microsoft.com/systemcenter/en/us/virtual-machine-manager.aspx</li></li></ul><li>HyperV Monitor Gadget for Windows Sidebar<br /><ul><li>WYSIWYG
  29. 29. Monitor Memory Available on your Hosts
  30. 30. Shutdown
  31. 31. Start
  32. 32. Restart
  33. 33. RDP Support
  34. 34. FREE
  35. 35. Download From
  36. 36. http://mindre.net/post/Hyper-V-Monitor-Gadget-for-Windows-Sidebar.aspx</li></li></ul><li>Load balanced Web Front Ends<br />Search<br />Query<br />Crawling<br />Application Server<br />Central Admin<br />Clustered SQL Server<br />Search Database<br />Central Admin Database<br />Content Databases<br />Our SharePoint Topology<br />
  37. 37. Domain Controllers<br />Physical<br />Hyper-V Servers<br />2 x Quad Core<br />72 Gb RAM<br />SAN<br />iSCSI<br />12 x 1TB disks in RAID 5 configuration<br />Virtualised Environment<br />
  38. 38. Virtual servers installed on Hyper-V boxes<br />Clustered SQL<br />Load balanced web front ends<br />Easily add additional servers<br />How It Stacks Up<br />
  39. 39. Automatic failover<br />Hyper-V server fails all virtual server moved to another server<br />User sees no loss of service<br />Easily and quickly add servers<br />Store ISO of operating system on Hyper-V servers<br />Live migration<br />Migrate virtual server to another Hyper-V server while its online<br />User sees no loss of service<br />Cost effective<br />Not asking for more money every time you need a new server<br />Prolong server lifecycles<br />Additional Benefits<br />
  40. 40. Live Migration - Video<br />
  41. 41. Contact Us<br />Dave.coleman@twynhamschool.com<br />Twitter id – http://twitter.com/davecoleman146<br />Blog – http://Sharepointedutech.com<br />arichards@westhatch.essex.sch.uk<br />Twitter id - http://twitter.com/arichards_Saruk<br />Blog - http://www.learninggateway.net/blogs/ictforeducation/<br />

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