Plan for deployment (Project Server 2010)
Applies to: Project Server 2010
Topic Last Modified: 2011-08-05
This article provides links to articles about deployment planning. Before installing Microsoft Project Server 2010, be sure you have reviewed the information in these articles.
Project Server 2010 does not support multi-tenant environments. Do not install Project Server 2010 on a multi-tenant SharePoint Server 2010 farm. If you have Project Server 2010 installed on a farm, do not configure multi-tenancy on that farm.
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It is important to determine the project management needs and requirements for your organization. Your configuration will vary according to the kind of work that your organization performs and whether you use Project Server 2010 for time tracking, collaboration, or portfolio management.
The number and types of users in your organization who use Project Server features have a direct effect on the scalability and performance needs of your organization.
This chapter describes the components of a Microsoft Enterprise Project Management (EPM) Solution. This material is written for executives, managers, and system administrators who are responsible for planning the deployment of an EPM Solution.
This article alerts those who are responsible for planning the deployment and configuration of Project Server 2010 that some choices will have to be made that relate to the features described in this chapter.
In Project Server 2010, Project Server has been integrated with Excel Services in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 to make it easier to create custom reports.
Use this article to plan for the account requirements and recommendations for accounts that are required to install, configure, and use Microsoft Project Server 2010.
In this podcast, Microsoft Program Manager Treb Gatte and consultant, author, and Microsoft MVP Gary Chefetz discuss planning considerations for Microsoft Project Server 2010.
This article discusses integration with Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 SP2, which enables Microsoft Project Server 2010 users to view Project Server tasks in Microsoft Exchange client software.
This white paper is written from an end user's perspective to discuss the Demand Management capability in Microsoft Project Server 2010.
This document is intended for both IT Professionals and business users who use Microsoft Office Project Portfolio Server 2007 today and are considering an upgrade to Project Server 2010. This document outlines the various approaches and points out the useful resources in this area.
This white paper is written from an end user's perspective to discuss the extensive Project Portfolio Management (PPM) capability in Microsoft Project Server 2010.
This white paper is written for end users. It highlights the new features in Project Server 2010.
This white paper is written from a Project Management Office perspective to discuss implementing the Demand Management capability in Microsoft Project Server 2010.