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Pitfalls of Migrating to SharePoint 2010

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Organizations of all sizes are begging their technical departments to setup SharePoint 2010 so that they're able to make use of some of the capabilities introduced within the SharePoint 2010 platform. While designing, implementing, configuring and deploying a system in and of itself has its own set of challenges, migrating into that shiny new SharePoint can be even more difficult.In this session, Scott and Dan will share some of their experiences and lessons learned tips, tricks and pointers for ensuring that you've considered the various aspects of challenges that arise during a migration effort. Further, as a bonus they'll share how to not fall prey to some of these pitfalls but rather be able to show that you're a well-rounded professional that's thought things through before pressing the enter key.

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Pitfalls of Migrating to SharePoint 2010

  1. 1. WELCOME SharePoint Saturday BaltimorePitfalls of Migrating to Baltimore, Maryland 5/12/2012SharePoint 2010 Dan Usher#spsbmore
  2. 2. who am I? • Lead Associate, Booz Allen Hamilton Dan • SharePoint Architect, Implementation Usher Engineer, and Service Monkey • 7 years of experience with SharePoint usher going back to adventures with STS 2001 and SPS 2003 to the present… • Enjoys discussions about Claims AuthZ, SmartCard AuthN, Atomic Molecular Optics & the Walking Dead • Follows the SharePoint Credo - ADIDAS All Day I Dream About SharePoint#spsbmore
  3. 3. …and what about this guy?#spsbmore
  4. 4. who are you all?#spsbmore
  5. 5. Warning!!! Warning!!! Warning!!!#spsbmore
  6. 6. Smithers, fetch my agenda… • Wait, why are we doing this? • Migration vs. Upgrade • 3rd Party Tools vs. OOTB Methods • AuthN / AuthZ Changes • Consolidation Considerations • Content Assessments • User Adoption, Experience and Training#spsbmore
  7. 7. wait, why are we doing this? • End User Capabilities – PerformancePoint, Access Services, BCS, Office Web Apps, PowerPivot, Sandboxed Solutions • Architectural Reasons – Services Architecture, Scalability, PowerShell, Disaster Recovery, Multitenancy, Claims AuthN/AuthZ • Licensing, Maintenance and Supportability • Because we can…#spsbmore
  8. 8. migration vs. upgrade • Data migration is the process of transferring data between storage types, formats, or computer systems. 1 • System migration involves moving a set of instructions or programs from one platform to another, minimizing re- engineering. 2 – Migration of systems can also involve downtime, while the old system is replaced with a new one. • The term upgrade refers to the replacement of a product with a newer version of the same product. 3 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Data_migration http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/System_migration http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Upgrade#spsbmore
  9. 9. we need a plan? You’re pretty funny… you must be new here… we don’t do plans…#spsbmore
  10. 10. it’s all technical… right? • Implement a Training Plan • Implement a Communications Plan • Decide on a Content Migration Strategy • Have a User Support Plan • Provide Incentives and Rewards • Enable End-user Feedback • Align Business Objectives Make sure that you’ve successfully incorporated the technology components that help drive adoption#spsbmore
  11. 11. lets get technical… • Hardware and Software Requirements Web Front End(s) SQL Server(s) Component Minimum Requirement Component Minimum Requirement Hardware 64-bit, four cores Hardware 64-bit, four cores (small deployments) 64-bit, eight cores (medium deployments) Memory 8 GB Memory 8 GB (small deployments) 16 GB (medium deployments) Operation Windows Server 2008 R2 with Operation Windows Server 2008 R2 with SP1 System SP1 System Windows Server 2008 with SP2 Windows Server 2008 with SP2 SQL Server SQL Server 2008 R2 SQL Server 2008 with SP1 (SP1) and CU2 (or CU5 or later) SQL Server 2005 with SP3 and CU3#spsbmore
  12. 12. other preparation Version Migration Preparation SharePoint Portal Server 2001 Hire a consultant Consider a 3rd party migration tool Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Hire a consultant Prescan.exe / ReGhost.net / GhostHunter Web Parts Office SharePoint Server 2007 STSADM –o preupgradecheck SharePoint Server 2010 test-spcontentdatabase cmdlet • Other Resources – TechNet Documentation (Capacity Planning / Hardware and Software Requirements) – Blogs (Joel Oleson, Todd Klindt and Shane Young) – Axceler Migration Toolkit (no cost)#spsbmore
  13. 13. 3rd Party Tools vs. OOTB • Out of the Box – In-place – Database Attach – Hybrid • 3rd Party – Axceler Davinci Migrator – AvePoint DocAve – Metalogix Migration Manager – Idera SharePoint Migration Suite (OEM’d by Quest) – Tzunami Migration – Kapow Solutions – Xavor Solutions#spsbmore
  14. 14. in-place or database attach • In-place – Same operating system (x64 required) – Same hardware (x64 required) – Content and settings come along – Farm is offline while upgrading • Database Attach – New hardware – Only content comes along – Content is not available while upgrading, but you get to pick the order! – Parallel upgrades of content – Combine multiple farms • Hybrid – Database attach read-only databases – In-place upgrade with detached databases#spsbmore
  15. 15. In-place or database attach#spsbmore
  16. 16. what about upgrading 2010 to service pack 1? • Consolidating content from one 2010 farm to another? – Upgrade from Pre-SP1 to SP1 Required • Farm, Web Application or Content Database – PSConfig -cmd upgrade -inplace b2b -wait -force • Site Collection Backup and Restore – Upgrade your farm to SP1#spsbmore
  17. 17. authentication changes • SharePoint 2003 – Classic Authentication (IIS) • Anonymous • Basic Authentication • Integrated Windows AuthN – NTLM & Kerberos • Client Certificate AuthN • SharePoint 2007 – Classic Authentication (IIS) – ASP.NET Forms • LDAP, SQL, other ASP.NET FBA solns – Web Single Sign-On (SSO) • AD FS • Other Identity Management Systems#spsbmore
  18. 18. mr. fusion meet SharePoint 2010… • SharePoint 2010 • Classic • •Claims Integrated Windows AuthN with NTLM & Kerberos • No Client Certificate Authentication • Integrated Windows AuthN with NTLM & Kerberos • Forms Based Authentication • Trusted Identity Provider (SAML & WS-Fed) • Client Certificate Authentication through AD FS v2#spsbmore
  19. 19. why would I choose claims auth? • It’s the new shiny… • Microsoft recommends it for new implementations… • Multiple Authentication Providers – One URL… • Handy for extranets and partner access… • Role Based and Attribute Based Access Control… • Vive la Fédération!#spsbmore
  20. 20. considerations when choosing… • Business Functionality Issues with Claims… – PerformancePoint Services, InfoPath Forms Services, Excel Services, etc. – Search Alerts, Search Crawling – SharePoint Explorer View • Additional Configuration – IWA Claims - Claims to Token for Kerberos Delegation – FBA & SAML - Secure Secure Store – FBA AuthN - Membership Provider & Role Manager registrations – SAML - Identity Provider Configuration – SAML - PowerShell for Certificate Exchange#spsbmore
  21. 21. more considerations… • Be prepared to figure out your AuthZ side of things – IWA leverages NT Security Token – Forms Role Manager information mapped – Group Claims information • Identities with one Claim Provider aren’t the same as with another… – c:0j.c|claimprovider|useraccount != c:0#.f|claimprovider|useraccount – Similar to Domain A and Domain B user objects in Classic • What about Multitenancy… – Single zone… – Partitioned search… – Partitioned user profiles… – Partitioned Managed MetaData…#spsbmore
  22. 22. what’s that mean to me? • Classic to Classic – Mapping “should” stay intact • Classic to Claims – Mapping update required – Classic Provider Identity to Claim Provider Identity • Migrate a web application… – http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg251985.aspx • Client Certificate AuthN – Requires Proxy (IWA/KCD) or AD FS v2 (SAML) – Office 2007 w/o Persistent Cookies = Integration Issues#spsbmore
  23. 23. what about search? • Have you updated your Information Architecture? • Should be able to find information in any of 3 scenarios: – I know it exists and I know where it is – I know it exists, but I don’t know where it is – I don’t know if it exists • Talk to your users! Relevancy optimization is an ongoing process.#spsbmore
  24. 24. what about custom solutions? • Web Templates and Site Definitions • BDC -> Application Registry Database • Custom Solutions – .Net version – recompile for appropriate framework – Farm Solutions to Sandboxed Solutions • Third Party Tools#spsbmore
  25. 25. what about workflows? • Remember to breathe… • In-place upgrades are your best bet • Third Party Tools with Full Fidelity – Axceler – AvePoint – Metalogix – … and others? • Gotchas – Not using the latest and greatest… – Workflow History Cleanup#spsbmore
  26. 26. content assessment • How much data do we have and where does it reside? – If we’re migrating, how will the transfer occur? – How long will it take? • Considerations for Search – Corpus size – Multilingual? • Does your content need to change in the new system? – Choice fields vs. Managed Metadata – Content Type authoring in a Content Hub?#spsbmore
  27. 27. consolidation considerations • Does your existing taxonomy fit in the new system? • Do you have existing systems / applications that will also be migrated into SharePoint? • Do we need to (un)consolidate? – Single site collections that need to be broken apart into multiple collections? – Sites that need to be promoted into site collections? – Do we have too many site collections in our databases? • Customizations / Farm Solutions#spsbmore
  28. 28. still more content to assess… • Identify 3rd party tools/web parts/etc. that are installed in your current farm – Is there a 2010 version available? – Is the functionality now available OOTB in SharePoint (Ratings, Faceted Search, …) • Don’t forget your non-SharePoint data… • Lotus • Alfresco • WebSphere • Legacy HTML • Drupal • Non-OCR’d Text Documents • DotNetNuke • Orchard#spsbmore
  29. 29. other solution sets • What about the Fab 40? • What about the Productivity Hub? • Where’d my Site Directory go? • Where’d my SharePoint Designer Site Export go?#spsbmore
  30. 30. prepping for migration… disaster recovery • Do you have plans? • Have you tested your plans? • Mirroring? Clustering? • Regression Plans • Log Shipping (wait, what?)#spsbmore
  31. 31. user inputs?#spsbmore
  32. 32. what about the users? • User Experience – Visual Upgrade (aka v3) is familiar. The ribbon is not. – Are you deploying the Office Web Applications? (Co- authoring can be fun!) – Multiple item selections. Refinement panels. Metadata navigation. Oh my! – What about your licensing? Enterprise? Standard? – Office Workspace? Groove? – Mobile? – Oh, you are upgrading your Office Clients too right?#spsbmore
  33. 33. training? do we have to? • YES! • Training Tools – Videos – Computer based training – Formal classroom training – “Office hours” (on-going) – Productivity Hub from Microsoft If you have to provide extensive training to your typical user, you’ve most likely made some fundamental design mistakes!#spsbmore
  34. 34. something to remember SharePoint Implementations today consist of a race between Architects, Developers and IT Pros striving to build well planned out, bigger and better idiot-proof solutions, and the Universe trying to produce requirements of entropy with bigger and better idiots. …so far, the Universe is winning.#spsbmore
  35. 35. Questions and Evals…#spsbmore
  36. 36. Thank you Sponsors!#spsbmore
  37. 37. Thanks to our Hosts! Special Thanks to Eric and Kacey Harlan, Shadeed Eleazer and Enrique Chumbes for putting together this event!#spsbmore
  38. 38. Where: Tir Na Nog 201 East Pratt Street Baltimore, MD 21202 (410) 483-8968 http://www.tirnanogbaltimore.com#spsbmore
  39. 39. Reference • Whats new in upgrade • Determine upgrade approach • SharePoint Server 2010 capacity management: Software boundaries and limits • Video demos and training for SharePoint Server 2010 • SharePoint 2010 Adoption Best Practices#spsbmore