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Services application architecture in SP2013. Vesa Juvonen Principal Consultant Microsoft. Same services architecture as introduced in 2010 . Services can be individually consumed from any Web Application Allows for a very rich (and complex) farm structure if required

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services application architecture in sp2013
Services application architecture in SP2013

Vesa Juvonen

Principal Consultant

Microsoft

same services architecture as introduced in 2010
Same services architecture as introduced in 2010

Services can be individually consumed from any Web Application

Allows for a very rich (and complex) farm structure if required

Provide flexibility to utilize services based on application needs

key changes in service applications
Key changes in service applications

General architecture identical as in SharePoint 2010

Numerous new enhancements in platform level

New service applications to provide more enhanced functionalities

Office Web Apps is no longer a service application

Separated to own product for easier maintenance and operations

Web Analytics is no longer service application

Analyses and reporting process incorporated to search service application

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App Management Service

  • Business Data Connectivity
  • Managed Metadata Service
  • Search
  • Secure Store Service
  • Machine Translation Service
  • State Service
  • Usage and Health Data Collection
  • User Profile
  • Word Automation Service
  • Access Services App databases

Service Databases

Service Applications with their own DBs:

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Remote farms don’t need perms to parent farm DBs*

Any farm can publish SAs

One web application can use both local and remote SAs

Enables centralized “enterprise” SAs

Support only in specific service applications

  • Business Data Connectivity
  • Managed Metadata Service
  • Search
  • Secure Store Service
  • Machine Translation Services
  • User Profile

Cross farm services in SharePoint 2013

cross farm services cross major versions
Cross farm services cross major versions

SharePoint 2010 farms can consume some services from SharePoint 2013 farms

Other way around is not supported

Useful for upgrade process

Supported services are

Search

No FAST consuming from 2010

User Profile

Secure Store

Managed Metadata

BCS

applying software updates in multi farm environments
Applying software updates in multi-farm environments
  • Update Service(s) farms always first
  • Recommended order
    • Service farm(s)
    • My site farm
    • Content farms
  • Connected farms running previous version of the software can consume newer services
  • Office Web Apps farm can be updated independently of the SharePoint farms.
deploying service applications
Deploying Service Applications

Note. Wizard is not recommended for production usage

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Demo

Walkthrough for administration of service applications in SharePoint 2013

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