Microsoft Lync - Architecture Hybrid

Report
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Microsoft
Lync Ignite
Microsoft Lync 2013
Lync Server (On-Premises)
IM/Presence
Online meetings
On-premises Public Switched Telephone Network
(PSTN) audio conferencing
Voice and telephony
Lync Online
Email,
Voice mail
Exchange Online
SharePoint Online
Lync federation enables
interoperability for online and
server deployments
Users in two separate Lync deployments can see
presence and communicate through Lync
Requires two separate domains for server and online
deployments
Optimized for person-to-person communications
(Lync directory search not supported over federation)
Exchange Online
Lync Online
Lync client presence integration
IM/Presence in Office Web Apps (WAC)
Lync Server onpremises
Lync client presence integration
IM/Presence in OWA
Exchange voice-mail integration
SharePoint Online
Lync Online
Lync client presence integration
Lync Server onpremises
Lync client presence integration
Exchange Server
(on-premises)
Presence integration =
OOF messages in Lync,
calendar-based presence
Lync client presence integration status, embedded
presence in Microsoft
Office Outlook® and Office
Lync client presence integration
IM/Presence in OWA
Exchange voice-mail
integration
SharePoint Server
(on-premises)
Presence integration =
embedded presence and
click-to-communicate in
Lync client presence integration SharePoint sites
Lync client presence integration
Skill search in Lync client
Feature
Priority
Shared Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) address space between onpremises and online
High
Interoperability between on-premises users and online users
High
User migration—IM/Presence, Contact list, groups, federated contacts
High
User migration—meetings
Medium
Migration to/from cloud; no client redeployment
High
Deployment model
On-Premises
Online
IM, conferencing,
voice
Comments
Supported
On-premises only
Yes
Conferencing
Model familiar for customers of
the Live Meeting Service
Not in Lync 2013
IM, conferencing,
voice
All in—in the cloud
Yes
IM, conferencing
Split workload with voice
delivered through on-premises
infrastructure
Yes, Hybrid Voice
User is “homed”
and managed
on-premises
IM, Enterprise
Voice
User is “homed”
online
Voice
Focus
Migration
Online Coexistence
IM/P
Conf
Voice
IM/P
Conf
Voice
LCS 2005 SP1
X
N/A
N/A
X
N/A
N/A
OCS 2007
X
X
X
X
X
X
OCS 2007 R2
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


Lync Server 2010
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Lync Server 2013
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Legend
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No specific action required

End user/Admin action required
X
Not supported
Component
Description
Notes
Office 365 DirSync
Synchronization of on-premises Active Directory (AD) with
Office 365
Common requirement with Exchange
Active Directory Federation
Services (AD FS)
Single sign-in (SSO) authentication infrastructure; end users
get Office 365 services with on-premises credentials
Common requirement with Exchange
Lync 2010+ Federation Edge
Interoperability between online and on-premises is built on
the federation framework
Lync 2013 admin interface
Cross-premise migration is available through Lync
Management Shell
Lync 2013 pool for hybrid
voice features
Hybrid Voice with E911 and Media Bypass require that a
Lync 2013 pool/server be deployed on-premises
Coexistence between online and
on-premises
IM/Presence
Conferencing
Admin interface can be used to move
2010 or 2013 users directly to online
Only required for these two specific
hybrid voice features
Office 365
Lync
Federation Edge
Microsoft
Federation Gateway
Edge
Lync 2010+ Pool
Integration between local IT
systems and the cloud
Directory Sync
AD FS v2
(Geneva)
Legacy OCS 2007 R2
Lync Online
Exchange Online
SharePoint Online
Lync 2010 Pool
Active
Directory
Same as Exchange
DirSync—Provisioning, GAL
Federation for SSO
Lync Hybrid Interoperability
Lync Hybrid Coexistence Requires Lync 2013 Server Roles On-Premises
On-Premises Version(s)
Lync 2013 Hybrid Topology
OCS 2007 R2
OCS 2007 R2 user pools
Lync 2013 Federation Edge
(federation route)
Lync 2013 pool (CMS)
Lync Server 2010
Lync 2010 Federation Edge Server
and next hop for the federation
traffic; requires Lync 2010 CU5+
version
Hybrid Voice requires one Lync 2013
Server deployed on-premises
Lync 2013 Server Edge +
pools
Migration Strategy
1.
2.
3.
4.
Move R2 user to Lync 2013 pool
Deploy Lync 2013 client
Migrate user to Lync Online
Postmigration tasks:
Reschedule meetings
1. Move Lync 2010 user to Lync Online
Both Lync 2010 and Lync 2013 Client are
supported
2. Postmigration tasks:
Reschedule meetings
1. Move Lync 2013 user to Lync Online
2. Postmigration tasks:
Reschedule meetings
Task
Details
Deploy DirSync on-premises
Lync 2013 tenants created in
Office 365
Need to provision new Lync 2013 tenants
Add vanity domains for hybrid
Create TXT/CNAME record that Office 365 completes
verification
Activate for vanity domain for DirSync
Activate step in the tenant admin experience
Certificates for on-premises AD FS
Get necessary certificates for AD FS to work against
Office 365:
SN: sts.<vanitydomain>
SAN: additional sts, one for each vanity domain
Domain Name Server (DNS) records for AD FS
Publish A record for <sts.vanitydomain> pointing to onpremises AD FS
Set-CsAccessEdgeConfiguration –AllowFederatedUsers $true
New-CsHostingProvider
-Identity “LyncOnline”
-Enabled $True
-EnabledSharedAddressSpace $True
-HostsOCSUsers $TRUE
-ProxyFqdn “sipfed.online.lync.com"
-IsLocal $False
-VerificationLevel UseSourceVerification
-AutoDiscoveryURL
Move-CsUser <Identity> –Target sipfed.online.lync.com –Credentials $cred
OCS 2007 R2
On-Premises
Lync 2010+
Office 365 GA
Lync Online
Office 365 Lync
2013 Lync
Online
Rich Presence
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IM
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PC-to-PC audio/video calling
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Click To Communicate in
Office
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
Federation with Lync
Online/Live
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
Mac client
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N/A
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X
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Lync capabilities
Mobility—iPhone
IM archiving
OCS 2007 R2
On-Premises
Lync 2010+
Office 365 GA
Lync Online
Office 365 Lync
2013 Lync
Online
N/A
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Persistent chat
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X
X
IM/Presence* (through OWA)
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X
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N/A
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X
X
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
X
TBD
N/A
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X
X
Mobility—Nokia
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Mobility—Windows Mobile
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Lync Capabilities
Activity feed
Skill search in SharePoint
Federation with Yahoo, AOL
Mobility—BES
OCS 2007 R2
On-Premises
Lync 2010+
Office 365
Lync Online
Office 365 Lync
2013
Lync Online
Multiparty PC audio/video
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Ad hoc meetings
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Dial out to PSTN
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Desktop sharing
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Application sharing
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Scheduled meetings
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Rich client for meetings
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Reach client for meetings
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CAA PSTN dial-in meetings
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X
X
Audio Conferencing Provider
PSTN dial-in meetings

X
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
Meeting content archiving


X

Lync Capabilities
OCS 2007 R2
On-Premises
Lync 2010+
Lync Online
Hybrid Voice
Lync Online
Lync to Phone
Call hold/retrieve
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Call transfer
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Call forwarding
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Voice mail (UM)
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USB peripherals
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Outside voice—mobile
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Delegation, team call
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Integration with on-premises PBX
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X
Remote call control (RCC)
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X
X
Lync Capabilities
OCS 2007 R2
On-Premises
Lync 2010
Lync Online
Hybrid Voice
Lync Online
Lync to Phone
Private line
N/A
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
X
Voice resiliency
N/A
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X
X
Enhanced 911 (E911)
N/A
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X
Unified Communications (UC)
devices




Response Group Service
(RGS)/Call Park Service (CPS)

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X
X
Analog devices, common area
phone



X
Integration with on-premises Call
Center solutions


X
X
Media bypass
X
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N/A
Lync Capabilities

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