I want to give an existing SharePoint 2010 Farm Schizophrenia, Can Multi Tenant support be added to existing service applications?
So here is the two part question.
In Short, Which service applications support Multi Tenancy (see list below) and can I switch subscriptions?
A. The following is a list of OOTB Service Applications that support Multi Tenant SharePoint 2010 style is it complete.
B. Once the subscription has been created ($sub = new-spsitesubscription)
What PS command would I use to add "Existing" Service Applications and Service application Proxies to the new -Partition
I see I can get the Site collection over with
set-spsite -identity $site -sitesubscription $sub
I think I can use Add-SPSiteSubscriptionProfileConfig to configure the UserProfile Service
But what about the rest?
So put another way can I assign existing Service Applications to different Site Subscription?
1. Business Data Connectivity Service Application
2. Managed Metadata Service
3. Search Service Application
4. Secure Store Service Application
5. Usage and Health Data Collection Service Application
6. User Profile Service Application
7. Web Analytics Service Application
I'd suggest taking a look at Spencer Harbar's Rational guide to multi-tenancy (it is a work in progress but there is already a lot of good information there). http://www.harbar.net/archive/2010/06/14/article-rational-guide-to-multi-tenancy-with-sharepoint-2010-part-again.aspx
Specifically, in the first part, he discusses which service applications are supported and their impact: http://www.harbar.net/articles/sp2010mt1.aspx
Hope that helps.
- 已标记为答案 Lily Wu 2010年9月2日 9:05