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Hybrid SharePoint Deployments
SharePoint Saturday London 2016 | @thomasvochten IT Pro • Level 200
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Hybrid OneDrive & Sites
Futures & Ongoing Developments
Limitations & Considerations
Acknowledgement / Credits
Donald Hessing Neil Hodgkinson Manas Biswas
Innovation is cloud-first
SharePoint on-premises is complicated (think Extranets)
Take advantage of cloud offerings (think OneDrive)
Take advantage of cloud innovations (think Delve)
Keep special data and applications on-premises (think farm solutions)
Prepare their minds for the cloud (think culture shift)
End-user Walkthrough of basic Hybrid Functionalities
Prerequisites for hybrid
Minimum Requirements for Hybrid Topologies
Good bandwidth, low latency and reliable Internet connectivity
Office 365 Enterprise Subscriptions
SharePoint Server 2013/2016
SharePoint Admin account for on-premises
Tenant Admin account for Office 365
Required service applications
Service Apps for On-Premises
Subscription Settings Service
User Profile Service
On Premises Identity
Directory & Password Sync*
Synchronized with password or federated identities
Internet routable AD domain (Name)
Windows Azure Active Directory
Windows Active Directory
Directory Sync Password Sync*
Single identity in the cloud Suitable for small organizations with no integration to on-premises directories
Domain based identity solution suitable for all organizations
Single identity suitable for medium and large organizations without federation*
Single federated identity and credentials suitable for medium and large organizations
On Premises Active Directory
Is the “New Hybrid” One-Way?
Redirecting the user to Office 365
Cloud Search Service Application
Query federation to SharePoint Online
Cloud Driven Hybrid Picker
Advantages of the “New Hybrid” topology
Relative easy to configure
Supported with Wizards / One Click Deployments
No need for certificates, reverse proxy, public IP Address, DNS
Works with SharePoint 2013 SP1 (aug. CU 2015) and 2016 RTM
New hybrid scenario’s can easily be added to On-Premises
hybrid search past and future
Hybrid Search - The Past
What’s the problem with query federation?
Complex to setup
Requires a complete Search Service Application
Separate result blocks
Without ranking and relevance integration
Query Federation Topology
Microsoft data center
Office 365 tenant
SharePoint Server 2013
Business Connectivity Services: Supported
Duet Enterprise for SharePoint and SAP: Supported
Federated search results
Primary web app
SharePoint Online can query SharePoint Server
SharePoint Server can query SharePoint Online
On-premises SharePoint Server 2013 Enterprise Search portal and SharePoint Online search portal: Local and remote search results are available. If extranet authentication services are configured, extranet users can log in remotely through an on-premises Active Directory account and use all available hybrid functionality.
Picture: © Microsoft
Hybrid Search – The Future
What’s it about?
A single search index
No separate result blocks!
Archiving and migrations
eDiscovery and Compliancy
eDiscovery and Compliancy are search driven solutions
Single index in Online opens eDiscovery and Compliancy solutions across Online and On-Premises content
Make sure you are logged in with an account that has access to the on-prem content sources
Setup & Configuration
Get it working
Step 1 - Create a new search service application
Step 2 - Run the onboarding script
Topology and Sizing
Step 3 - Start a crawl
Step 4 - Configure Default Result Source
Step 5 - Test Basic Querying
Hybrid onedrive & sites
What does it provide?
User Profile Redirection
What it is not?
You might want to migrate additional properties that are not synced by AAD Connect
User Profile Batch Update API
Redirect from Online to On-Premises
User Profile Synchronisation or Import from On-Premises
Hybrid Sites Feature
User Profile Redirect
+ Sites that you follow on-prem appear in the Sites App of Office 365
+ App Launcher integration
Nothing to do with the Site itself!
Provisioning of on-premises or online sites
A site that is spread across on-prem and in online
Hybrid Configuration Wizards
Hybrid Picker – Overview
On-premises Farm & O365 Tenant Admin
Hybrid Configuration Wizards
Logon with the farm admin account
Start the wizards (ClickOnce)
Configures trust between on-prem and SPO
Perform an IISReset
Configure options in on-prem
FUTURES & ONGOING DEVELOPMENTS
Hybrid is the future
Hybrid Extranet is rolling out
Hybrid Insights is coming soon…
There is more to come in the next few months!
Extra infrastructure still needed for some capabilities
Some loose ends here and there
Still meant to lead you to the cloud in the end
Simple scenario’s just work
Fundamental resource if you’re thinking about implementing hybrid
Hybrid is the future, but
Think about your requirements
Do a pilot to test it out first
Identity Management is key
SharePoint 2016 is the way to go, but
SharePoint 2013 is also possible
More hybrid investments are coming!
Don’t forget to rate my session through the SPSLondon app
SharePoint Saturday London 2016 | @thomasvochten
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© 2014 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries. The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATI