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Multi-tenancy is a feature of SharePoint 2010 that makes it possible to isolate and secure service application resources between SharePoint sites Service application data can be partitioned to allow different subsets of data to be accessible depending on each site s tenancy This is managed by administrators assigning each tenant a subscription ID This feature is ideal for hosting environments
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Table 1-1 lists the minimum hardware requirements for running SharePoint 2010 (and the minimum requirements to run the code examples provided in this book)
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Minimum Requirement 64-bit, four cores 4GB for developer or evaluation use 8GB for single server and multiple server farm installation for production use 80GB for installation
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Table 1-1 SharePoint 2010 Hardware Requirements
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For a database server used in a farm, either of the following Microsoft SQL Server editions is required for SharePoint 2010: 64-bit edition of SQL Server 2005 with Service Pack 3 (SP3) with Cumulative Update 3 64-bit edition of SQL Server 2008 with SP1 and Cumulative Update 2 The following are the minimum software requirements for a single server with a built-in database, web front end (WFE) server, or application server used in a farm: 64-bit edition of Windows Server 2008 Standard, Enterprise, Data Center, or Web Server with SP2 Web Server (IIS) role Application Server role Microsoft NET Framework version 35 SP1 SQL Server 2008 Express with SP1 Windows Identity Foundation (WIF) Microsoft Sync Framework Runtime v10 (x64) Microsoft Filter Pack 20 Microsoft Chart Controls for the Microsoft NET Framework 35 Windows PowerShell 20 SQL Server 2008 Native Client Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Analysis Services ADOMDNET ADONET Data Services v15 CTP2
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Overview of SharePoint 2010
Architectural Components
SharePoint 2010 consists of the following architectural components: Server farm Service applications Application pools Web applications Content databases Site collections Sites My Site site Here, we will provide a very high-level overview of these components and how they work together We will highlight what is new to SharePoint 2010 NOTE For a more in-depth discussion of the architectural components, we suggest that you review the number of available articles on Microsoft TechNet
Server Farm
A server farm could be considered as the top-level element in a SharePoint implementation It consists of one or many servers When utilizing more than one server in a farm, SharePoint offers the flexibility to scale out each individual SharePoint Server role onto new dedicated servers, or simply move the services around on the already existing servers in your farm This flexibility makes it easy to optimize the performance or align with new business requirements as your implementation grows over time Whether you have one or many servers in your farm, all the SharePoint 2010 services are bound together by a single configuration database in your SQL Server implementation
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Service Applications
The SharePoint 2010 products family has a new and more scalable service model than in Office SharePoint Server 2007 Shared Services is now a part of Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010, instead of SharePoint Server 2010, as in the previous version of the platform Instead of having a Shared Service Provider that provides all services available (Search Services, Forms Services, Excel Services, and so on) to the associated Web applications, you now have the ability to group and share service applications in a much more flexible way This means that you can associate a specific set of service applications with one Web application and a different set of service applications with another Web application If you need to have one service application used among all or many Web applications, that can be set up as well By publishing a service application, it is possible to share the service application so that other SharePoint 2010 farms can consume the actual service data from the service application and use it in the local farm This kind of setup can be very useful in scenarios where you have a number of different farms within your company, but still want to use one common search service In addition to sharing a service application between Web applications, it is also possible to partition the actual service data For instance, if you have a Search Service application used by two different Web applications, the search result, representing the service data in this case, would be different depending on the origin of the search request This could be very useful in hosted environments and is called partitioning NOTE Not all service applications have the capability of partitioning Some service applications can be shared only within a single server farm
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