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Hybrid for SharePoint Server 2013

SharePoint 2013
 

Applies to: SharePoint Server 2013 Standard, SharePoint Server 2013 Enterprise, Office 365 Enterprise

Topic Last Modified: 2014-04-24

Summary: Learn about SharePoint Server 2013 hybrid environments and the hybrid solutions available for SharePoint Server 2013 and SharePoint Online.

With SharePoint Server 2013 hybrid, productivity services in SharePoint Online can be securely integrated with on-premises SharePoint Server 2013 to provide unified functionality and access to data. For enterprises that want to gradually move their existing on-premises SharePoint Server 2013 services to the cloud, SharePoint Server 2013 hybrid provides a staged migration path by extending high-impact SharePoint Server 2013 workloads to SharePoint Online.

A SharePoint Server 2013 hybrid environment enables identity management and trusted communications between SharePoint Online and SharePoint Server 2013. When you have established this trust framework, you can configure integrated functionality between services and features such as Search, Microsoft Business Connectivity Services, and Duet Enterprise Online for Microsoft SharePoint and SAP.

This article provides a roadmap for exploring, planning, installing, and configuring SharePoint Server 2013 and SharePoint Online hybrid environments. Because of the complex nature of SharePoint Server 2013 hybrid environments, it is strongly recommended that you follow this roadmap, beginning with the Explore section, and that you carefully plan your deployment. Even if your enterprise is already familiar with some or all of the technologies involved, there are many configuration details that must be followed precisely for the deployment to succeed.

This section provides links to the available guidance for exploring, planning, installing, and using a SharePoint Server 2013 hybrid environment.

Read these articles to help you understand the basic principles and functionality of SharePoint Server 2013 hybrid and to choose which hybrid solution and topology you need to help achieve specific business goals.

 

Applicable topologies Explore articles Notes
Applies to all hybrid configurations

Explore SharePoint Server 2013 hybrid

Read this article for an overview of the Explore section.

Applies to all hybrid configurations

Overview of hybrid SharePoint 2013 for business decision makers

Read this article for an overview of SharePoint Server 2013 hybrid for business decision makers.

Applies to all hybrid configurations

Overview of hybrid SharePoint 2013 for technical decision makers

Read this article for an overview of SharePoint Server 2013 hybrid for technical decision makers and IT professionals.

You should also use this article to choose an authentication topology for your hybrid deployment.

Applies to all hybrid configurations

Glossary for hybrid SharePoint 2013

Read this article for a glossary of terms specific to SharePoint Server 2013 hybrid.

After you have used the Explore articles to understand which deployment configuration and hybrid topology you need to achieve specific business goals, read the appropriate planning article to learn about requirements and supported features and to plan the hybrid deployment strategy that’s right for you.

CautionCaution:
Be careful to choose the planning article that corresponds with the topology you have chosen. Requirements and planning details are unique to each hybrid topology.

 

Applicable topologies Plan articles Notes
Applies to all hybrid configurations

Plan SharePoint Server 2013 hybrid

Read this article for an overview of the Plan section.

Applies only to one-way outbound configurations

Plan a one-way outbound hybrid topology

Read this article to plan a one-way outbound hybrid topology.

Applies only to one-way inbound configurations

Plan a one-way inbound hybrid topology

Read this article to plan a one-way inbound hybrid topology.

Applies only to two-way configurations

Plan a two-way hybrid topology

Read this article to plan a two-way hybrid topology.

After you have used the planning articles to decide on a hybrid topology and deployment configuration, use the configuration articles that correspond with your chosen topology to install and configure your environment.

CautionCaution:
Be careful to choose the configuration articles that correspond with the topology you have chosen. Configuration details and procedures are unique to each hybrid topology.

The tasks that you must complete to configure a hybrid SharePoint Server 2013 and SharePoint Online environment are divided into phases, which you must complete in order:

These are the four stages of deploying a SharePoint hybrid environment
  • Phase 1: Configure the hybrid environment infrastructure.

  • Phase 2: Configure a reverse proxy (required only for inbound and two-way topologies).

  • Phase 3: Configure the hybrid identity management infrastructure.

  • Phase 4: Configure a hybrid solution by using Search, Business Connectivity Services, or Duet Enterprise Online.

ImportantImportant:
The instructions in these articles should not be performed outside the phased, end-to-end deployment for a specific SharePoint 2013 hybrid scenario.

The following tables describe each phase and provide links to associated articles.

Phase 1: Configure the hybrid environment infrastructure

Applicable topologies Phase 1 articles Notes
Applies to all hybrid configurations

Accounts needed for hybrid configuration and testing

Read this article for information about the accounts you need to configure and test your hybrid deployment.

Applies to all hybrid configurations

Configure a hybrid topology for SharePoint Server 2013

In Phase 1, you configure the basic infrastructure for a hybrid environment.

These articles include the following information:

  • Configure your on-premises Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) environment to support directory synchronization and an identity management strategy.

  • Configure your on-premises SharePoint Server 2013 farm and SharePoint Online tenant to support hybrid features and functionality.

After you complete and validate the procedures in this phase, you proceed to one of the following phases:

  • Phase 2 for one-way inbound and two-way hybrid topologies

  • Phase 3 for one-way outbound topologies

Applies only to one-way outbound configurations

Configure a one-way outbound hybrid topology

Read this article to configure the hybrid environment infrastructure for a one-way outbound hybrid topology.

Applies only to one-way inbound configurations

Configure a one-way inbound hybrid topology

Read this article to configure the hybrid environment infrastructure for a one-way inbound hybrid topology.

Applies only to two-way configurations

Configure a two-way hybrid topology

Read this article to configure the hybrid environment infrastructure for a two-way hybrid topology.

Phase 2: Configure a reverse proxy device

Applicable topologies Phase 2 articles Notes
Applies to both inbound and two-way configurations

Configure a reverse proxy device for SharePoint Server 2013 hybrid

In Phase 2, you configure a reverse proxy device for one-way inbound and two-way hybrid topologies only.

NoteNote:
Read this article to learn about supported reverse proxy devices for SharePoint Server 2013 hybrid environments and to help you understand the role of reverse proxy devices in SharePoint Server 2013 hybrid environments. If you are configuring a one-way outbound hybrid environment, skip to Phase 3: Configure the hybrid identity management infrastructure.
Applies to both inbound and two-way configurations

Configure Web Application Proxy for a hybrid environment

Read this article to configure Web Application Proxy in Windows Server 2012 R2 for a hybrid environment.

Applies to both inbound and two-way configurations

Configure Forefront TMG for a hybrid environment

Read this article to configure Forefront Threat Management Gateway (TMG) 2010 for a hybrid environment.

Applies to both inbound and two-way configurations

Enabling SharePoint 2013 Hybrid Search with the BIG-IP

Read this article to configure F5 BIG-IP for a hybrid environment.

NoteNote:
This content is not owned or maintained by Microsoft Corporation.

Phase 3: Configure the hybrid identity management infrastructure

Applicable topologies Phase 3 articles Notes
Applies to all hybrid configurations

Configure identity management for a hybrid topology in SharePoint Server 2013

In Phase 3, you configure identity management for your hybrid environment. This article includes the following information:

  • Configure directory synchronization between your AD DS domain and your Office 365 for professionals and small businesses tenant.

  • Configure SSO or DirSync Password Sync between your AD DS environment and the Office 365 subscription.

  • Configure server-to-server authentication between the on-premises SharePoint Server 2013 farm and SharePoint Online.

After you complete and validate the procedures in this article, proceed to Phase 4: Configure a hybrid solution.

Phase 4: Configure a hybrid solution

Applicable topologies Phase 4 articles Notes
Applies to all hybrid configurations

Configure a hybrid solution for SharePoint Server 2013

In Phase 4, you configure the solution or solutions that best meet your business needs.

Applies to all hybrid configurations

Configure hybrid Search for SharePoint Server 2013

This article provides guidance to configure a hybrid Search solution, which enables users to get search results in SharePoint Server 2013 or in SharePoint Online from the SharePoint Server 2013 and SharePoint Online search indexes.

Applies to both inbound and two-way configurations

Deploy a Business Connectivity Services hybrid solution in SharePoint 2013

This article provides guidance to configure a hybrid Microsoft Business Connectivity Services solution, which enables users to use an app for SharePoint or an external list that is installed on a SharePoint Online site collection to work with data in an on-premises OData service.

Applies to both inbound and two-way configurations

Configure hybrid Duet Enterprise Online for SharePoint Server 2013

This article provides guidance to configure a hybrid Duet Enterprise Online for Microsoft SharePoint and SAP solution, which enables SharePoint Online users to perform both read and write operations against an on-premises SAP system.

Read these articles for information about troubleshooting and other operational tasks.

 

Applicable topologies Use articles Notes
Applies to all hybrid configurations

Troubleshooting hybrid environments

Read this article for hybrid troubleshooting guidance, including how to configure monitoring and strategies for resolving common issues.

Applies to all hybrid configurations

Replace the STS certificate for the on-premises environment

Read this article to learn how to replace the Secure Token Service (STS) certificate in an on-premises SharePoint Server 2013 farm.

This section provides information about hybrid resources such as videos, posters, and worksheets for planning and deployment.

These video recordings about hybrid solutions for SharePoint 2013 are available to view online.

 

Video (play button) icon Content Description
 

The building blocks of SharePoint hybrid

This chalk talk video covers the major components of a SharePoint Server 2013 hybrid environment. This includes inbound, outbound, and two-way topologies; identity management between SharePoint Server 2013 and SharePoint Online; federation; and the role of the reverse proxy. If you’re considering a SharePoint Server 2013 hybrid solution, watch this video to learn more about how all the pieces fit together.

 

Understanding URLs and host names

Watch this video to learn about the relationship between the URLs used to configure SharePoint Server 2013 and the URLs used to configure the reverse proxy device in a SharePoint Server 2013 hybrid environment.

 

Configure hybrid Search for SharePoint Server 2013

Watch the video embedded in the article Configure hybrid Search for SharePoint Server 2013 for information about some of the main concepts behind SharePoint hybrid Search.

 

Overview of Business Connectivity Services in SharePoint 2013

Watch this overview video to help you understand the architecture and functionality of a Business Connectivity Services hybrid solution.

 

Deploy a Business Connectivity Services hybrid solution in SharePoint 2013

Watch this video for a demonstration of the Business Connectivity Services hybrid scenario deployment process and functionality.

 

Fast Learner Module: Hybrid for SharePoint Server 2013 and Office 365

Watch this video to understand the identity management infrastructure requirements and key solutions for hybrid in SharePoint Server 2013 and Office 365.

You can download hybrid resources such as posters and worksheets.

 

Downloads Resource Description
 

Poster: SharePoint 2013 Hybrid Topology: Certificate, Authentication, and Authorization flow

Thumbnail art of the Hybrid Certificates poster

This poster illustrates the role of the certificates, authentication, and authorization flow in a one-way inbound SharePoint Server 2013 hybrid topology that’s configured for Search.

Visio version (.vhdx)

 

Poster: Which hybrid topology should I use?

Thumbnail picture of Hybrid Topologies model

This poster provides a flowchart that can help you to decide which hybrid topology is appropriate for your environment.

Visio version

PDF version

 

Poster: Business Connectivity Services Hybrid Flow

BCS Hybrid Flow Model

This poster illustrates the architecture and authentication flow in a Business Connectivity Services hybrid solution.

Zoom into the model in full detail with Zoom.it from Microsoft

Visio version

PDF version

 

Worksheet: SharePoint hybrid worksheet for a one-way outbound topology

Thumbnail image for for SharePoint hybrid one-way outbound topology

Use this worksheet to collect data during planning and deployment of a one-way outbound SharePoint hybrid topology.

Word version

 

Worksheet: SharePoint hybrid worksheet for a one-way inbound or two-way topology

Thumbnail art for two-way SharePoint hybrid

Use this worksheet to collect data during planning and deployment of a one-way inbound or two-way SharePoint hybrid topology.

Word version

ImportantImportant:
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.

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