Plan SharePoint Server 2013 hybrid
Applies to: SharePoint Server 2013, SharePoint Online
Topic Last Modified: 2014-04-14
Summary: Use the customized plan to deploy the hybrid environment of your choice.
Microsoft supports three topologies for hybrid SharePoint solutions.
If you haven’t yet determined which topology you want to use, see Explore SharePoint Server 2013 hybrid.
After you have determined which hybrid topology is right for you, follow the associated planning article below to guide you through the planning and organization process. We’ll provide you with deployment worksheets to help you plan your hybrid environment. It’s important to use these, recording the necessary information before you start configuring your environment.
|To configure a hybrid SharePoint environment, you need a combination of expert skills and significant hands-on experience with several products, including SharePoint Server 2013, SharePoint Online, and related products and technologies. If this skill and expertise is not available in-house, we recommend that you engage Microsoft Consulting Services to provide technical guidance and support during the design and deployment of your hybrid environment.|
Use this article to plan a one-way outbound hybrid topology. This topology lets on-premises SharePoint Server 2013 farm users authenticate to SharePoint Online.
Use this article to plan a one-way inbound hybrid topology. This topology lets SharePoint Online users authenticate to an on-premises SharePoint Server 2013 farm.
Use this article to plan a two-way hybrid topology. In this topology, on-premises SharePoint Server 2013 farm users can authenticate to SharePoint Online, and SharePoint Online users can authenticate to an on-premises SharePoint Server 2013 farm.