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Planning and Deploying
SharePoint 2016 on Azure
Thuan Nguyen
About Me
8+ years focused on Microsoft Stack
Solution Architecture, Technical Evangelism, Product
Development, Pre-sales C...
Azure – a powerful cloud
platform for modern
business
Azure Landscape
http://azureplatform.azurewebsites.net/en-us/
Cloud Model
Why Azure for SharePoint?
Capacity on demand, quick resource provision
Geographical deployment
Simplified infrastructure m...
Deployment Scenario
Development & POC
Disaster Recovery
Internet-facing Sites
Hybrid Deployment
SharePoint Intranet hosted...
Deployment & PoC
Quick resource provision
Quickly create a SharePoint Server 2016 farm with a
few steps
Cost saving
Turn o...
Disaster Recovery of On-premises
Cost saving with Azure hosted secondary datacenter
Instead of preparing a costly on-premi...
Internet facing site
On-premises deployment requires huge investment
High availability, fault tolerance hardware
Deprecati...
Hybrid Deployment
Hybrid Identity
Active Directory on-premises to SharePoint on Azure
Azure Storage
Connect with Azure-hos...
Plan for your SharePoint
(without Azure in mind)
Keys to SharePoint 2016 on Azure
Farm Topology
Physical
Architecture
Logical
Architecture
Capacity Planning
Compute
Memory...
New architecture of SP 2016
MinRole is a new farm topology
based on a set of predefined
server roles
Front end role
Distri...
MinRole Topology
Each type of SharePoint farm requires different MinRole
server roles to function properly.
Refer to the t...
Farm Topology Planning
Type of farms (content, service, search…)
Front-End Tier Sizing
Application Tier Sizing
Search Tier...
Search Sizing
Search Component RAM Hard Disk Processor
Index Component (*) 32 GB for
dedicated
500 GB if large
amount of d...
Come out your SharePoint Farm
The farm looks like?
4 x Front-End Roles Servers (12 GB RAM, 250 GB Space)
2 x Search Index ...
Draw your own the topology
Search Index Search Index
Other Other
SA Roles SA Roles
Search DB Search DB
Main DB Main DB
Act...
Starting your mapping
What to map initially?
Map logical component first for base infrastructure
Virtual machine, storage, network…
Deep into Az...
Planning for Compute & Memory
Mapping your required hardware capacity to what is
available in Azure
This is not 1-1 mappin...
Planning for Compute & Memory
Front-End
SKU #Cores GB RAM
A3 4 7
A4 8 14
Search
SKU #Cores GB RAM
DS4 4 28
DS13 8 56
Datab...
Compute for SharePoint
Use A3 or A4 for front-end role
Notes the Max NICs supported.
A5 only support 1 NIC
Use DS4 or DS13...
Planning for Storage
Azure Premium Storage required for
production development
High-performance, low-latency disk support ...
Planning for Network
Determine your hybrid model if any
If connecting to on-prem infrastructure (e.g OWA), site-to-site is...
ARM or ASM?
Must understand characteristics & differences between
ARM & ASM
Different concept, supported migration approac...
Resource Group
Classify resource group per tier
Simplify the migration and troubleshooting
Put Availability Set, Storage A...
Identity Management
What is the primary identity provider of your farm?
On-premises Active Directory
Azure-hosted Active D...
What about HADR for your
SharePoint farm on Azure?
Business Continuity
Availability, Scalability, and fault
tolerance
Key requirements of any business continuity
and disaste...
Availability Set
An availability set (SLA of
99.95%) helps keep your VM
available during downtime
Fault Domain
Update Doma...
HA for Front-End Role
Azure Load Balancer
Distributes incoming traffic among virtual machines
defined in a load-balancer s...
HA for Application Role
Not too much of what Azure could do
MinRole would almost do for you
Application Discovery and Load...
HA + DR for Database Role
SQL Server AlwaysOn Availability Group
SQL Server Database Mirroring
Log Shipping
Backup & Resto...
HA with SQL Server AlwaysOn AG
Fully supported on
Microsoft Azure for HA
Require AD Domain Controller
to use Windows FC
DR with Log Shipping
Log Shipping is supported in Azure IaaS for DR scenario
Two SQL Server VMs with Azure File Storage
Be...
DR with Database Mirroring
Database Mirroring is fully supported for DR scenario
Using server certificates because an acti...
DR with Backup and Restore
While RTO is not so important
Back up production database to Azure Blob Storage for further rec...
Sample Planning Report
Role vm name resource group
name
static IP subnet availability
set
size
1st DC dw-prod-dc01 dw-prod...
How does it look like?
Availability set
Front-End
4 x
Subnet
Availability set
D-Cache
3 x
Availability set
Search
4 x
Subn...
..and if I need more secure?
Azure IaaS Security Architecture
Azure Supscription
Azure Portal
User
Management
Identity Access
Management
Virtual Networ...
What to secure on Azure IaaS?
Storage
Data
Identity
Virtual
Machine
Resource
Group
What is your responsibility?
Apply Security By Default rule
Network isolation, 3-tier architecture…
Apply security feature...
My Security Mantra
Security must come firstly from your awareness
Security By Default before Security By Design
No Pain No...
Security on Azure
Security is still your responsibility
Security Compliance needs your awareness
No guarantee if your VM i...
Come to discuss more security!
Topic - Design A Secure Azure IaaS - Lesson Learnt from Government Cloud
Event - Singapore ...
Monitoring and Diagnostic
Service Metrics
All Azure services track key metrics for monitoring health, performance and avai...
Pricing
Virtual Machine
Storage
Bandwidth
IP Address
VPN Gateway
ExpressRoute
Azure DNS
Backup
Site Recovery
Azure AD
Stor...
SharePoint on Azure gotcha
AlwaysOn Failover Cluster Instances (FCI) with Azure File Storage is not
supported currently
At...
Deploying SharePoint Farm
on Azure
SP Server 2016 Quick Deployment
Create a single SharePoint Server 2016 Farm
http://bit.ly/azuresp2016ps
Azure Resource Manager Template
Create a template with declarative representation of the
solution
The template consists of...
Azure DSC with xSharePoint
Install prerequisites and binaries
Create a farm and join servers to it
Create web apps and sit...
Manual Deployment Step
Create resource
group
Create virtual
network
Create different
subnet
Create network
security group
...
Deployment Consideration
per Role
Active Directory Deployment
Deploy a site-to-site VPN connections between workloads
On-premises Active Directory and Azure...
Active Directory Deployment
Use D2 for domain controller VM
DNS configuration and deployment
Use reserved IP address
DCs n...
SQL Server Deployment
Go with SQL Server on Azure IaaS
Azure SQL Database (PaaS) works with SharePoint 2016 for testing pu...
Finally!
SharePoint on Azure is not SharePoint on cloud
SharePoint on cloud is SharePoint Online (Office 365)
Carefully pl...
Additional Resources
High availability and disaster recovery for SQL Server in Azure Virtual Machines
http://bit.ly/hadrsq...
Q & A
Feel free to discuss with me via thuan@outlook.com or @nnthuan (Twitter)
DEMO
PLEASE
COMPLETE THE
SESSION
EVALUATION
FEEDBACK TO US +
LUCKY DRAW
PRIZES FOR YOU!
Insert QR Code here
Thank You
www.expertslive.asia
#expertsliveasia
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Planning for a SharePoint farm is one of the most challenging parts in the entire deployment since you have to care network infrastructure, hardware resources to the farm architecture. With Microsoft Azure, planning and deploying SharePoint should not be a big challenge, but what would you still care about the cloud deployment for your SharePoint? This session will give what you should be aware when planning and deploying the latest SharePoint version – SharePoint Server 2016 on Microsoft Azure, and a few things Microsoft never told you in particular.

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ExpertsLive Asia Pacific 2017 - Planning and Deploying SharePoint Server 2016 on Microsoft Azure

  1. 1. Planning and Deploying SharePoint 2016 on Azure Thuan Nguyen
  2. 2. About Me 8+ years focused on Microsoft Stack Solution Architecture, Technical Evangelism, Product Development, Pre-sales Consulting, Security Architecture, Public Sector Microsoft MVP (2011 – Now) SharePoint Office Severs and Services Microsoft Association of Practicing Architects (MAPA) Level: Associate Twitter: @nnthuan Blog: http://thuansoldier.net
  3. 3. Azure – a powerful cloud platform for modern business
  4. 4. Azure Landscape
  5. 5. http://azureplatform.azurewebsites.net/en-us/
  6. 6. Cloud Model
  7. 7. Why Azure for SharePoint? Capacity on demand, quick resource provision Geographical deployment Simplified infrastructure management Integration with computer PaaS Easy application migration Cost saving
  8. 8. Deployment Scenario Development & POC Disaster Recovery Internet-facing Sites Hybrid Deployment SharePoint Intranet hosted on Azure
  9. 9. Deployment & PoC Quick resource provision Quickly create a SharePoint Server 2016 farm with a few steps Cost saving Turn off every time you are not using. Azure DevTest Lab Recommended service for building a dev/test environment.
  10. 10. Disaster Recovery of On-premises Cost saving with Azure hosted secondary datacenter Instead of preparing a costly on-premises datacenter Maintain and pay for resources you use in Azure with scaling demand.
  11. 11. Internet facing site On-premises deployment requires huge investment High availability, fault tolerance hardware Deprecation of Office 365 Public Website features As of January 2015, SharePoint Online External collaboration with Azure AD (Three-zone design — separation of internal and customer accounts)
  12. 12. Hybrid Deployment Hybrid Identity Active Directory on-premises to SharePoint on Azure Azure Storage Connect with Azure-hosted app in which data is stored on Azure Storage Azure Media Services For digital asset management in SharePoint
  13. 13. Plan for your SharePoint (without Azure in mind)
  14. 14. Keys to SharePoint 2016 on Azure Farm Topology Physical Architecture Logical Architecture Capacity Planning Compute Memory Storage Identity Mangement Authentication Federation Business Continuity High Availability Disaster Recovery Security Network VM Application
  15. 15. New architecture of SP 2016 MinRole is a new farm topology based on a set of predefined server roles Front end role Distributed cache role Application role Search role
  16. 16. MinRole Topology Each type of SharePoint farm requires different MinRole server roles to function properly. Refer to the table below for the list of server roles required for each type of farm. Server Role Required for Content Farm? Required for Services Farm? Required for Search Farm? Front-end Yes No No Application Yes Yes No Distributed Cache Yes Yes No Search Yes, if hosting Search Yes, if hosting Search Yes
  17. 17. Farm Topology Planning Type of farms (content, service, search…) Front-End Tier Sizing Application Tier Sizing Search Tier Sizing Distributed Cache Sizing No. Item Value Remark 1 Total number of users 16,000 2 Total number of unique users per day 12,800 Would be 80% of the user population 3 Concurrency rate 0.15 15% of usage in peak hour 4 Requests per day per user 480 Assume one user having 60 requests/hour 5 Peak usage ratio 3 There are 3 peak times in a working day 6 Hours in the business day 24 7 Average peak RPS 96 (2) * (3) * (4) * (5)/(480 * 60 * 60) 8 % Low-cost request 0.25 Assume end users only perform simple tasks in SharePoint 9 % Medium-cost requests 0.8 Assume end users request or operate in SharePoint 10 % High-cost requests 0.35 Everything else 11 Weighted peak RPS 230.4 (7) * (9) * 3 (medium-cost weight) 12 Number of WFE 3-4 3 – 4 WFE
  18. 18. Search Sizing Search Component RAM Hard Disk Processor Index Component (*) 32 GB for dedicated 500 GB if large amount of data 8 cores minimum Analytics Processing 8 – 16 GB 200GB 4 cores minimum Other Component 16 - 24 200 GB (*) 20 millions item requires 1 index component, 2 analytics processing, 1 crawl,1 query.
  19. 19. Come out your SharePoint Farm The farm looks like? 4 x Front-End Roles Servers (12 GB RAM, 250 GB Space) 2 x Search Index Role Servers (24 GB RAM, 550 GB Space) 2 x Search Other Role Servers (16 GB RAM, 250 GB Space) 2 x Application Role Server (12 GB RAM, 200 GB Space) 3 x Distributed Cache Role Server (8 GB RAM, 100 GB Space) 4 x Database Server (24 GB RAM, 500 GB) How many cores do you need?
  20. 20. Draw your own the topology Search Index Search Index Other Other SA Roles SA Roles Search DB Search DB Main DB Main DB Active Directory Federation Email Messaging
  21. 21. Starting your mapping
  22. 22. What to map initially? Map logical component first for base infrastructure Virtual machine, storage, network… Deep into Azure perspective with non-functional requirement Resource group, subnet, network security group, availability set, premium storage Farm Component Azure Category Azure Service Virtual machine Compute Azure Virtual Machine Storage Storage Storage, Disk Storage Network Networking Virtual Network VPN Networking VPN Gateway
  23. 23. Planning for Compute & Memory Mapping your required hardware capacity to what is available in Azure This is not 1-1 mapping The memory size is fixed per instance size What if you need X cores with Y GB? Pick the size that is the closest match with your requirement
  24. 24. Planning for Compute & Memory Front-End SKU #Cores GB RAM A3 4 7 A4 8 14 Search SKU #Cores GB RAM DS4 4 28 DS13 8 56 Database SKU #Cores GB RAM A4 8 16 DS3 4 14 DS4 8 28 DS13 8 56 Distributed Cache SKU #Cores GB RAM A3 4 7 A4v2 4 8 AD (If any) SKU #Cores GB RAM A4v2 4 8 D2v2 2 7 Other application role SKU #Cores GB RAM A4 8 14 A4v2 4 8 Requires justification if > 20 cores
  25. 25. Compute for SharePoint Use A3 or A4 for front-end role Notes the Max NICs supported. A5 only support 1 NIC Use DS4 or DS13 for Search role, Application role Minimum requirement for IOPS of Search Index is 200 MB/s (*) Premium Storage is required for Search role Use A3 for Distributed Cache role 40% of the total RAM is used for cache if using MinRole (**) (*)https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn342836.aspx (**) http://www.harbar.net/archive/2016/04/15/SharePoint-2016-Nugget-2-Distributed-Cache-Size-in- MinRole-Farms.aspx
  26. 26. Planning for Storage Azure Premium Storage required for production development High-performance, low-latency disk support for virtual machines (VMs) running I/O-intensive workloads Available in DS, DSv2, GS and Fs series Take benefit from Azure Managed Disk Simplify disk management for your VM without creating many storage accounts Separate storage accounts for high performance workloads SharePoint only supports LRS
  27. 27. Planning for Network Determine your hybrid model if any If connecting to on-prem infrastructure (e.g OWA), site-to-site is required Use static IP addresses, assign to appropriate virtual network subnet Avoid IP change every reboot If security is a concern Use NSG and different subnet for different tier Speed up with ExpressRoute if nessessary
  28. 28. ARM or ASM? Must understand characteristics & differences between ARM & ASM Different concept, supported migration approach, region availability (**) If you are an MSPA customer, you only have ARM in the pocket As of February 1, 2017, MPSA customers purchasing Azure for the first time will be guided to CSP for pay-as-you-go Azure. (*) Azure Resource Manager is the way to go Better management, migration and automation but somewhat complicated (*) Source: https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/volume-licensing/2017/01/10/modern-licensing-for-digital-transformation/ (**) Reference: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/azure-resource-manager/resource-manager-supported-services
  29. 29. Resource Group Classify resource group per tier Simplify the migration and troubleshooting Put Availability Set, Storage Account, NIC, VM Plan for naming conversion It’s hard to change name later Recommendation: dw2017-prod-wfe-rg-sea Use tags for your resource groups Environment: Production Tier: Search Project Code: DW2017 Contact: thuan@outlook.com
  30. 30. Identity Management What is the primary identity provider of your farm? On-premises Active Directory Azure-hosted Active Directory Azure Active Directory Domain Services Is there a requirement of federation trust? SharePoint users from On-premises Active Directory having access to fully Azure- hosted SharePoint farm Office 365 users Partner authentication in extranet collaboration scenario
  31. 31. What about HADR for your SharePoint farm on Azure?
  32. 32. Business Continuity Availability, Scalability, and fault tolerance Key requirements of any business continuity and disaster recovery plan To have availability, you need scalability To handle the workload as the needs of the workload increase Scalability Availability Fault Tolerance
  33. 33. Availability Set An availability set (SLA of 99.95%) helps keep your VM available during downtime Fault Domain Update Domain Create availability set for tier and role (Web, App, Database, Search…)
  34. 34. HA for Front-End Role Azure Load Balancer Distributes incoming traffic among virtual machines defined in a load-balancer set. Increase idle connection timeout to handle long duration connections from SharePoint clients Set-AzureLoadBalancedEndpoint –IdleTimeoutInMinutes 15 3rd party Load Balancer with advanced feature SSL Termination (*) (*)https://kemptechnologies.com/solutions/microsoft-load-balancing/loadmaster-azure/
  35. 35. HA for Application Role Not too much of what Azure could do MinRole would almost do for you Application Discovery and Load Balancer Service works internally Does depend on how your services are associated (MinRole, Custome Role) HA for Search is required Redundant Search components
  36. 36. HA + DR for Database Role SQL Server AlwaysOn Availability Group SQL Server Database Mirroring Log Shipping Backup & Restore Azure Site Recovery SQL Server AlwaysOn FCI
  37. 37. HA with SQL Server AlwaysOn AG Fully supported on Microsoft Azure for HA Require AD Domain Controller to use Windows FC
  38. 38. DR with Log Shipping Log Shipping is supported in Azure IaaS for DR scenario Two SQL Server VMs with Azure File Storage Better to set up a File Share VM to avoid latency Only used if required
  39. 39. DR with Database Mirroring Database Mirroring is fully supported for DR scenario Using server certificates because an active directory domain cannot span multiple datacenters. Consider alternative DR strategy Database Mirroring is deprecated (SQL Server 2016) Use AlwaysOn Availability Group with FileSh
  40. 40. DR with Backup and Restore While RTO is not so important Back up production database to Azure Blob Storage for further recovery Automate the backup with Agent Service.
  41. 41. Sample Planning Report Role vm name resource group name static IP subnet availability set size 1st DC dw-prod-dc01 dw-prod-ad-rg-sea 192.168.1.4 snet-ad prod-as-ad Standard_D2 2nd DC dw-prod-dc02 dw-prod-ad-rg-sea 192.168.1.5 snet-ad prod-as-ad Standard_D2 1st Database dw-prod-db01 dw-prod-data-rg-sea 192.168.2.5 snet-dataprod-as-data Standard_DS4 2nd Database dw-prod-db02 dw-prod-data-rg-sea 192.168.2.6 snet-dataprod-as-data Standard_DS4 Witness majority dw-prod-mn01 dw-prod-data-rg-sea 192.168.2.7 snet-dataprod-as-data Standard_D2 1st App & Search dw-prod-app01 dw-prod-app-rg-sea 192.168.3.4 snet-app prod-as-app Standard_DS4 2nd App & Search dw-prod-app02 dw-prod-app-rg-sea 192.168.3.5 snet-app prod-as-app Standard_DS4 1st Web & D-Cache dw-prod-wfe01 dw-prod-wfe-rg-sea 192.168.4.5 snet-wfe prod-as-wfe Standard_D4 2nd Web & D-Cache dw-prod-wfe02 dw-prod-wfe-rg-sea 192.168.4.6 snet-wfe prod-as-wfe Standard_D4
  42. 42. How does it look like? Availability set Front-End 4 x Subnet Availability set D-Cache 3 x Availability set Search 4 x Subnet Subnet Availability set DB 4 x Subnet Virtual Network Microsoft Azure Azure VPN Gateway VPN Gateway On-Premises Domain controller Client PC Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage
  43. 43. ..and if I need more secure?
  44. 44. Azure IaaS Security Architecture Azure Supscription Azure Portal User Management Identity Access Management Virtual Network Storage Account Storage Virtual Machine Compute Azure Fabric Security Center Log Analytics
  45. 45. What to secure on Azure IaaS? Storage Data Identity Virtual Machine Resource Group
  46. 46. What is your responsibility? Apply Security By Default rule Network isolation, 3-tier architecture… Apply security feature on each resource type Microsoft provides several security feature for each resource (RABC, Encryption, Monitoring, Anomoly Prevention…) Apply Security By Design for SharePoint Validation, regression, OWASP….
  47. 47. My Security Mantra Security must come firstly from your awareness Security By Default before Security By Design No Pain No Gain
  48. 48. Security on Azure Security is still your responsibility Security Compliance needs your awareness No guarantee if your VM is compromised SharePoint Security is your responsibility Azure IaaS Security Role-based Access Control VM Access Storage Encryption Security Monitoring Center
  49. 49. Come to discuss more security! Topic - Design A Secure Azure IaaS - Lesson Learnt from Government Cloud Event - Singapore AzureBootcamp 2017 – Aprial 22nd 2017 - Microsoft Singapore Website: http://sgazurebootcamp.azurewebsites.net/
  50. 50. Monitoring and Diagnostic Service Metrics All Azure services track key metrics for monitoring health, performance and availability Can be viewed in the port or via REST API Configurable via ARM Operational Insights Single pane of glass for monitoring VMs Big data solution for logs Interact with log data via Search and Solutions Customizable dashboard Near real-time log monitoring Solution Gallery
  51. 51. Pricing Virtual Machine Storage Bandwidth IP Address VPN Gateway ExpressRoute Azure DNS Backup Site Recovery Azure AD StorSimple Azure Automation Insight Analytics Security Center
  52. 52. SharePoint on Azure gotcha AlwaysOn Failover Cluster Instances (FCI) with Azure File Storage is not supported currently Attached storage using WS 2016 Storage Space Direct (S2D) SIOS DataKeeper iSCSI Target shared block with NetApp Private Storage via ExpressRoute Microsoft does not provide warranty of 3rd party with FCI. WAN Deployment is not supported. Metalogix Replicator is an alternative OWA Server is not supported in Azure IaaS due to licensing model Deploy Hybrid model
  53. 53. Deploying SharePoint Farm on Azure
  54. 54. SP Server 2016 Quick Deployment Create a single SharePoint Server 2016 Farm http://bit.ly/azuresp2016ps
  55. 55. Azure Resource Manager Template Create a template with declarative representation of the solution The template consists of JSON and expressions Use Azure Visualize to design your template URL: http://armviz.io/ Azure Quick Template URL: http://bit.ly/azurequicktemplate
  56. 56. Azure DSC with xSharePoint Install prerequisites and binaries Create a farm and join servers to it Create web apps and site collections Create some service applications, and provision instances of services Manage logging, managed accounts, and other configuration settings
  57. 57. Manual Deployment Step Create resource group Create virtual network Create different subnet Create network security group Create Azure Internal LBs Create different storage account Create Active Directory VM Configure Active Directory DC Create SQL Server VM Join SQL Server to AD DC Create SharePoint VM Join SharePoint to AD DC Add more extra disk on each VM Create SharePoint farm Configure AlwaysOn AG Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Step 6 Step 7 Step 8 Step 9 Step 10 Step 15 Advanced Configuration… Step 11 Step 12 Step 13 Step 14
  58. 58. Deployment Consideration per Role
  59. 59. Active Directory Deployment Deploy a site-to-site VPN connections between workloads On-premises Active Directory and Azure-hosted SharePoint farm Setup replica domain controllers using Azure virtual machines Increase proximity and improve authentication Deploy a stand-alone domain controllers in Azure Not common in real-world scenario
  60. 60. Active Directory Deployment Use D2 for domain controller VM DNS configuration and deployment Use reserved IP address DCs need static IPs but VMs use DHCP In a hybrid scenario - for replication Configure the AD Sites and services to ensure that you are not incurring additional network traffic due to bad routes Data Allocation Place the Active Directory database, logs, and SYSVOL on additional Azure data disks. Do not place these on the operating system disk (C drive) or the temporary disks (D drive) provided by Azure.
  61. 61. SQL Server Deployment Go with SQL Server on Azure IaaS Azure SQL Database (PaaS) works with SharePoint 2016 for testing purpose Run TempDB on Non-Persistent Drive Consider using P30 (Premium Storage) to store TempDB Need to ensure folder structure is re-created on VM start-up Data and File Allocation Do not put data and files you care about on D: drive Do not put data and files you care about OS performance on C: Disk Stripping when you need more IOPS on Standard Storage Manage disk inside the VM with Storage Spaces
  62. 62. Finally! SharePoint on Azure is not SharePoint on cloud SharePoint on cloud is SharePoint Online (Office 365) Carefully plan for SharePoint farm before the deployment Some things you must convert or migrate if wrongly deploying Try to automate your deployment as much as possible Take to the next level of DevOps Keep calm if something still went wrong!
  63. 63. Additional Resources High availability and disaster recovery for SQL Server in Azure Virtual Machines http://bit.ly/hadrsqlsazure Understanding Windows Azure Storage Billing – Bandwidth, Transactions, and Capacity http://bit.ly/azurestoragepricing Microsoft Azure Cost Estimator Tool http://bit.ly/azurecostestimator Deploying SharePoint Server 2016 with SQL Server AlwaysOn Availability Groups in Azure http://bit.ly/sp2016farmazure (must read but some variables & configuration mistake)
  64. 64. Q & A Feel free to discuss with me via thuan@outlook.com or @nnthuan (Twitter)
  65. 65. DEMO
  66. 66. PLEASE COMPLETE THE SESSION EVALUATION FEEDBACK TO US + LUCKY DRAW PRIZES FOR YOU! Insert QR Code here
  67. 67. Thank You www.expertslive.asia #expertsliveasia

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