This post is meant to provide you with a visual overview of the underlying scalability considerations and related best practices for a Hybrid SharePoint 2013 and Office 365 Environment.
SharePoint Farm Resource Hierarchy
SharePoint 2013 | Hybrid Office 365 Web App Resource Hierarchy
Deployment Impact Examples - IIS Reset (EPC Group Example)
Deployment Impact Examples- App Pool Reset (EPC Group Example)
Maintenance Windows (Backup, code promotion, etc.)
Understanding Isolation Modes in SharePoint 2013 & Office 365 Hybrid Deployments
In SharePoint 2013:
Each “customer” = one site collection under managed path
Each Web Application = one app pool
Each Web Application = one URL
Similar to today
Exception Process for Host Header named site collections (vanity URL’s)
Along Side or in an Office 365 Hybrid Deployment:
Leverage existing architecture
Hybrid Considerations (Seamless SharePoint 2013 On-Prem \ Office 365 Cloud Search Integration)
Scaling Web Front-ends and Understanding When to Scale
App Scale and Tipping Points
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