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  1. 1. Plénière Jour 3 SharePoint et le Cloud
  2. 2. Merci à tous nos amis !
  3. 3. Agenda Quelle stratégie Cloud pour SharePoint ? SharePoint et Office 365 SharePoint et Windows Azure
  4. 4. SharePoint 2013, Quelle stratégie pour le Cloud ? Souplesse et flexibilité L’avenir de SharePoint Patrick Guimonet – Abalon  Fondateur et dirigeant d’Abalon  Bloggeur : blogs.developpeur.org/patricg  MVP SharePoint depuis 3 ans  A travaillé chez Microsoft pendant 5 ans  20 ans d’expérience en architecture et bases de données
  5. 5. Qu’est-ce que le Cloud Computing ? L’informatique en nuage est un modèle permettant l'accès via le réseau, à la demande et en libre-service à des ressources informatiques virtualisées et mutualisées ? Source NIST Definition of Cloud Computing (National Institute Standard and Technology) Cf. Microsoft - IT Camp Cloud Privé - S. Quastana & F. Meillon
  6. 6. L’informatique en nuage Privé Hybride Public Commu-- nautaire Accès universel IaaS SaaSPaaS Libre service Elasticité Service mesuré Ressources mutualisées
  7. 7. Avantages économiques du Cloud Capacité Temps Cloud Charge prévue Charge réelleCapacité Temps Capacité Investissements classiques Surcapacité Sous-capacité Consommation automatiquement adaptée au besoin Meilleure adaptation aux besoins métiers Possibilité de saisir de nouvelles opportunités Investissements initiaux réduits au strict minimum
  8. 8. SharePoint & le Cloud Caractéristiques de SharePoint  Application nativement accessible via le réseau, orientée utilisateurs  Architecture multi- serveurs, scalable  Infrastructure pouvant être complexe  Plateforme de déploiement de code  Montées en charge difficilement prévisibles  Multiples environnements Points d’attention  Protection des données (Sauvegarde / Restauration)  Sécurité des données, des accès  Transferts des données  Disponibilité de l’application  Gestion des identités  Réversibilité
  9. 9. Comment se positionner dans un monde hybride ? Choisir le meilleur des deux mondes : Dans vos locaux pour un contrôle maximal et pour la proximité des données Les solutions Cloud pour la flexibilité et le paiement à la demande Dév. Tests Prod PCA/PRA Intranet 1. Espaces collaboratifs 2. Gestion documentaire 3 . Données sensibles 4 . My Sites 5. Site de publication 6. Recherche 7. Décisionnel 8. Application métiers 9. Extranet 10. Internet
  10. 10. Quels usages sont de bons candidats pour le Cloud ? Usages SharePoint dans vos locaux SharePoint hébergé (en France / Europe) SharePoint hébergé (hors de France / Europe) Plateforme IaaS (Windows Azure) SharePoint Online (Office 365) 1. Intranet Espaces collaboratifs ++ ++ ++ ++ +++ 2. Intranet Gestion documentaire +++ ++(+) ++(+) ++(+) ++(+) 3. Intranet Données sensibles +++ +++ - - - 4. Intranet My Sites +++ ++ ++ ++(+) +++ 5. Intranet Site de publication +++ ++ ++ +++ +++ 6. Intranet Recherche +++ ++ ++ +++ +++ 7. Intranet Décisionnel +++ ++ ++ ++ - 8. Intranet Application métiers +++ ++ ++ ++ ++ 9. Extranet + ++ ++ ++(+) +++ 10. Internet + ++ ++ +++ +++ NB : il s’agit d’une notation relative de chaque solution par rapport aux autres. Détails sur http://blogs.developpeur.org/patricg/archive/2011/10/17/architectures-hybrides-avec-sharepoint.aspx
  11. 11. Un choix lié à l’usage Equipe Division Société Extranet Site Internet My Site Employés Clients Partenaires Données sensiblesSharePoint dans vos locaux SharePoint Online SharePoint Hébergé SharePoi nt en mode IaaS
  12. 12. Quels environnements sont de bons candidats pour le Cloud ? Environnements SharePoint dans vos locaux SharePoint hébergé (en France / Europe) SharePoint hébergé (hors de France / Europe) Plateforme IaaS (Windows Azure) SharePoint Online (Office 365) 1. Production +++ +++ +++ +++ +++ 2. Tests de performance ++ ++ ++ +++ - (licences) 3. Tests fonctionnels ++ ++ ++ +++ - (fonctionnalités) 4. Développement +++ ++ ++ +++ - (fonctionnalités) 5. PRA/PCA ++ ++ ++ +++ + NB : il s’agit d’une notation relative des trois solutions les unes par rapport aux autres. Il faut comprendre que l’offre Office 365 n’est pas adaptée pour servir de plateforme complémentaire à une plateforme on-premises. L’offre SaaS se positionne plutôt en remplacement d’une offre on-premises.
  13. 13. Aller plus loin avec SharePoint 2013 dans les scénarios hybrides avec Office 365… Authentification unique Synchronisation d’annuaire Recherche fédérée BCS hybride Hybride Duet Enterprise Online (SPO et SAP on Prem) Hybrid for SharePoint Server 2013 http://technet.microsoft.com/en- us/library/jj838715.aspx Ressources SharePoint 2013 hybrides http://www.microsoft.com/fr- fr/download/details.aspx?id=35593
  14. 14. Les dernières nouvelles d’Office 365 Le nouvel Office 365 Office Pro Plus Christophe Vallée – Microsoft Corp  Architecte de Solutions – Office 365  Spécialiste BPOS puis Office 365  Accompagne les grands clients Microsoft sur ces technologies
  15. 15. Many of the world’s largest and most recognizable global brands run on Microsoft’s cloud productivity services. 41of the Interbrand Top 100 Each year customers of Microsoft’s cloud productivity services… Fly 222 million passengers Build 6 million automobiles in the United States alone Serve 27 billion meals Sell 16 billion cans of soda Make billion cups of coffee 4
  16. 16. Introducing the new Office Enterprise-grade cloud services Comprehensive tools to do your best work
  17. 17. Office 365 | Your Office in the Cloud
  18. 18. Office 365 ProPlus Deploy Office fast without giving up control
  19. 19. Respond to customer feedback through agile development Deliver new features and value Build trust and compliance Office 365 service updates principles Continuous innovation with confidence and control Monthly & quarterly cadence Minor & major updates Up-to-date, no patching Insights to help manage change Direct to customer communications | Organizational readiness content Security comes first Evolving standards Direct feedback Real-time information Common support issues
  20. 20. Pricing in eight new currencies DirSync for Multi forest AD DirSync for Multi forest AD User Soft Delete Exchange client access control Exchange enhancements to multi-mailbox search EU model clauses support Trials expands to 22 new markets Commercial availability in Chile and Brazil Admin Ability to Set User Password Expiration Policy Rolling legal hold in PowerShell Support for Shibboleth Implementation of SAML DirSync Scoping and Filtering Two new payment methods enabled PDF support for SharePoint Online Rolling legal hold in PowerShell Office Web Apps Update Exchange Multi- Mailbox search limit increase to 5,000 mailbox searches through the GUI External sharing: Invite by business email Retention policy and tag management Office 365 Launched Support for Outlook 2003 via POP and IMAP PDF support for SharePoint Online Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) for mobile devices Lync client-side recording Improved Windows Phone support Windows Live ID support for SharePoint partner access Enhancements to connected accounts SharePoint Business Connectivity Services Lync web scheduler What we’ve delivered Lync Mobile clients Enhanced Outlook Web App (OWA) attachment preview with Office Web Apps Improved Office Web Apps capabilities PDF support for SharePoint Online Exchange group naming policy Continuous service reliability improvements CRM online integration with Office 365 Microsoft Exchange PST Capture Lync 2010 for iPad 1.5 Office 365 for Government Office 365 for Education Email storage increasing from 500 megabytes (MB) to 1 gigabyte (GB) for Kiosk Lync Online control panel improvements EAS availability to Kiosk plan users Improved ability to recover SharePoint site collections Sender photos in OWA 64 bit DirSync Tool The New Office 2013 Exchange hybrid configuration wizard Exchange hybrid configuration wizard Lync Mobile clients Office 365 for Government Email storage increasing from 500 megabytes (MB) to 1 gigabyte (GB) for Kiosk 64 bit DirSync Tool Statement on Standards for Attestation Engagement (SSAE) 16 Lync 2010 for iPad 1.5 2011 Improved SharePoint Online scalability up to 500,000 User objects 2012
  21. 21. Leadership in security, privacy & trust Data Maps Customers know where their data is stored Role based Access Customers know who can access their data and why Compliance Notifications Customers can stay in the know by choosing to receive updates regarding changes to security, privacy and audit information No advertising We don’t build advertising products out of customer data No data mining We don’t scan the contents of customer email or documents for analytics or data mining No co-mingling Business data and consumer data are stored separately Data is portable Customers own the data and can remove their data whenever they choose Independently Verified ISO 27001 EU Model Clauses HIPAA-HITECH FERPA FISMA U.K. G-Cloud IL2 CJIS Relentless on Security 24 hour monitored physical datacenters Logical isolation of data between tenants Segregation of internal datacenter network from the external networks Encryption at rest and in transit (AD-RMS) Securing access to services via identity Data loss prevention Anti-virus/anti spam Service Continuity 99.9% uptime Financial guarantees on uptime Redundancy in both functionality as well data Automated monitoring and recovery systems 24x7 on-call engineering team available to handle issues
  22. 22. Présentation Windows Azure SharePoint en mode IaaS Cas d’usage : une VM de tests sur le décisionnel Mise en œuvre sur une infrastructure multi-VM + VPN Scénarios hybrides Scénario ADFS dans Azure pour simplifier le déploiement d'Office 365 Application SharePoint 2013 hébergée dans Windows Azure Web Site SharePoint et Windows Azure Marwan Elfitesse – Microsoft France  Chef de produit Windows Azure Franck Mercier, Benjamin Guinebertière, Stéphane Goudeau – Microsoft France  Architectes, experts
  23. 23. Besoin de votre entreprise A Demeure ET dans le Cloud Ouvert et flexible Sécurisé et stable
  24. 24. Besoin de votre entreprise Fondamentaux de Windows Azure Identité Virtualisation Data Platform Developpement DevOps et mgmt
  25. 25. Besoin de votre entreprise Fondamentaux de Windows Azure VM Depot
  26. 26. Besoin de votre entreprise Fondamentaux de Windows Azure VM Depot
  27. 27. Besoin de votre entreprise Fondamentaux de Windows Azure
  28. 28. Besoin de votre entreprise Fondamentaux de Windows Azure 3 2
  29. 29. Besoin de votre entreprise Fondamentaux de Windows Azure
  30. 30. marchés dans le monde ₩ ¥ € руб $ $ £ $ Rp TL chf kr kr $R $ $
  31. 31. Démo
  32. 32. BUSINESS COLLABORATION PLATFORM DATA INFRASTRUCTURE & BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE PLATFORM BUSINESS USER EXPERIENCE
  33. 33. Installation automatisée Exemple de script http://aka.ms/azure-ps-infraSP Etapes: Création VM depuis image Windows Server 2012 Installation et configuration Active Directory Création 2 VM depuis image Windows Server 2012 Intégration dans le domaine Création 2 VM depuis image SQL Server 2012 Intégration dans le domaine Ajout du rôle Web dans les 2 VM Windows Server 2012
  34. 34. Mise en œuvre sur une infrastructure multi-VM + VPN LB SP1 SP2 SQL1 SQL2 DC1 Windows Azure serveursSer- veurs VPN VPN Àdemeure
  35. 35. Démo
  36. 36. Fédération d’identité pour Office 365 via le déploiement d’une infrastructure ADFS sur la plateforme Windows Azure Federation Gateway Azure AD Lync Online Exchange Online SharePoint Online V I P V I P « Deploying Office 365 Single Sign-On using Windows Azure » : http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=38845&WT.mc_id=rss_alldownloads_all
  37. 37. Démo App Document (ASP.NET) Infrastructure à demeure Service de contrôle d’accès (ACS) SharePoint Online Cloud Service App MetroEyes (ASP.NET HTML 5 – SVG) 1 5 2 6 9 3 7 8 9 4 8 10 SharePoint Server Infrastructure à demeure SharePoint Provider Hosted app
  38. 38. SharePoint Provider Hosted app App Document (ASP.NET) Infrastructure à demeure Service de contrôle d’accès (ACS) SharePoint Online Cloud Service App MetroEyes (ASP.NET HTML 5 – SVG) 1 5 2 6 9 3 7 8 9 4 8 10 SharePoint Server Infrastructure à demeure
  39. 39. Testez vous-mêmes Windows Azure http://aka.ms/90jours
  40. 40. http://www.microsoft.com/en- us/download/details.aspx?id=34598 Livres blancs http://bit.ly/YHP7RQ http://www.microsoft.com/en- us/download/details.aspx?id=38428
  41. 41. Conclusion Dans vos locaux  Contrôle total sur l’infrastructure  D Hébergement traditionnel  Externalisation des serveurs, du réseau, de l’infrastructure Dans les nuages  Scalibilité adaptée à l’Internet  Bon candidat pour les environnements de tests ou de secours  Nouveaux projets  Déploiement de code IaaS Dans les nuages  Solution de remplacement  Clé en main  Bon candidat pour le partage Extranet SaaS
  42. 42. Les sessions de la journée J3-4 (16:10-17:10) C08 : Session de Questions/réponses avec 8 ou 10 J3-5 (17:30-18:30) D05 : Archives, Records Management et eDiscovery avec SharePoint 2013
  43. 43. Merci

Notes de l'éditeur

  • L’ensemble des disciplines, technologies et modèles commerciaux utilisés pour délivrer des capacités informatiques (logiciel, plateformes, matériel) comme un service à la demande
  • Office 365 is a continuously improving service focused on providing customers new features that delight users and improve the productivity experience, building a trusted service with high resiliency, harden against attacks, broader certifications and compliance breath, and responding to customer feedback. All of this provided with insights to help manage change to the service through customer communications and insight into upcoming changes. Segue to the what we’ve delivered slide: Before we look at new upcoming features we will walk through the process and types of changes in more detail. First Office 365 has already been operating with many of these principles since launched nearly two years ago…
  • Since we released Office 365 in 2011, we have followed our principle of continuous innovation to deliver features. Here is a small subset of features that have been shipped on monthly and quarterly basis to bring you great functionality like Exchange Hybrid configuration, 64 bit DirSync tool, Lync Mobile clients. We continued in this trend in 2012 to expand our capacity and availability into Office 365 for Government with the Government cloud. We heard customer feedback to add DirSync for Multi Forest, PDF support for SharePoint online and continued to invest in the cross platform experience. With the release of the New Office in February 2013, we look forward to bringing innovation to our customers continuously.
  • Waiting three to five years for new features is truly an expectation of the past. Users are familiar with frequent updates to their phones for both, the apps and the OS, and are demanding the same of their workplace. Office 365 updates monthly and quarterly, bringing new features and functionality on a regular cadence. Some features are aimed at the IT department, giving admins more tools to better manage their service, and other features are designed to delight and excite the users and ultimately help people get their best work done. Quarterly updates are more likely to include major changes and more significant improvements. The individual services, Office 365 ProPlus, Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, and Lync Online are separate but highly federated services and thus ship their updates independently from one another. Monthly and quarterly updates: Office 365 thinks about updates in terms of the impact for the customer, both, from an end user and admin perspective, as either being minor or major. Some examples of typical monthly updates include bug fixes, security improvements, and incremental feature improvements. Quarterly updates may have a larger impact, because they enable a new scenario that wasn’t possible before, or change the user experience significantly. Quarterly updates may potentially require admins to take action of some kind, such as updating the MX record, which is communicated well in advance so that an organization has time to implement the change. The next slide explains how we help organizations consume these changes. ----Notes/Points from the old “Helps you stay current” slide:One of the largest cost savers in all of this is patching servers and the maintenance overhead that goes along with that, such as testing, transfers to Microsoft.You are always running on the latest services.Fewer disruptive breaks because of more incremental changes.Large monolithic upgrades become a relic of the past.
  • Key Point: Help answer the question “What is Microsoft BI” in terms of products and capabilities and tie it back to customer valueSlide Storyboard:Microsoft BI consists of a set of products that provide a complete and end to end set of BI capabilities. This can be simplified into three key areas:The first is about connectivity. It is important to recognize that Microsoft BI sits and works on a heterogeneous stack, it is not just about SQL Server or Oracle data sources, but about working with a wide array of data sources both structured, unstructured, internal and external.The second is a set of Enterprise Information Management (EIM) and BI Platform services like Analysis Services, Reporting Services, Integration Services, Master Data Services etc.… and SQL Server is considered the most widely deployed platform (40% unit share) for these platform services. The third is about tools that the end users use whether it is Excel Workbooks or PowerPivot Solutions or SharePoint Dashboards or Scorecards. These capabilities are delivered through the productivity and collaboration tools that customers are most familiar with and in most cases already have an use which is Office and SharePoint.So the simplified view of what is Microsoft BI boils down to the capabilities that you see on the left hand side and the products that deliver these capabilities on the right hand side.

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