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  • I am planing the below topology for FIM 2010 R2 for 3000 users.

    Server 1 : App server
    The server-side components are as follows:
    • FIM Synchronization Service
    • FIM Service
    • FIM Portal
    • FIM Password Registration Portal
    • FIM Password Reset Portal

    Server 2: SQL Database Server
    SQL Server 2008 database for the FIM Service.FIM Synchronization Service
    SSCM
    Reporting tool

    Can any one please suggets if it is not correct. Or any other way to  install all components on the two server.

    Thanks

    Harry


    • Edited by Harry-Harry Thursday, February 14, 2013 6:44 AM
    Thursday, February 14, 2013 6:42 AM

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  • That's probably fine if you're only dealing with 3,000 users. Not too sure about SSCM though.

    For larger installs, I'd definitely use a lot more than 2 servers.

    - Ross Currie


    FIMSpecialist.com | MCTS: FIM 2010

    Thursday, February 14, 2013 7:37 AM
  • With SCSM 2010 there is a limitation that you can't install the Service Manager component on the same server as the Data Warehouse component. I'd imagine this problem was addressed in 2012, but I haven't tried it yet.

    Piotr

    Thursday, February 14, 2013 7:47 AM
  • I have come to know that SSCM 2010 and dataware house  should be on two different windows server for reporting purpose. So i am planning to install the SQL database  on server 1 also. As we are installing the FIM 2010 R2 only for lab exercise so i think below topology will be fine.

    server 1:

    Server 1 : App server
    The server-side components are as follows:
    • FIM Synchronization Service
    • FIM Service
    • FIM Portal
    • FIM Password Registration Portal
    • SQL Database for for the FIM Service.FIM Synchronization Service 

    • Datawharehousing

    Server 2: SQL Database Server
    SSCM
    Reporting tool  and FIM Password Reset Portal

    Can you please let me know which is heavy SSCM or dataware house.So that we can plan which software can be installed on which server as we have only two server. 

    Thanks

    Harry

    Thursday, February 14, 2013 8:35 AM
  • This should work, but I'd stick with having all the web stuff on one box (as you planned in the first post), and there's no need to install SQL on that box.

    If I only had two boxes, I think I'd stick everything FIM'ish on the first one (including FIM Reporting component as it has to be installed on a server with FIM Service), and keep the other box as SQL and host all the databases there. SCSM SM on the first one, and SCSM DW on the second SQL one.
    If it's a lab environment you could put all the DBs on one SQL instance, but for production it's best to at least put the SCSM SM and DW databases on separate instances.

    Piotr


    Thursday, February 14, 2013 9:04 AM