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Hi,
We have developed DMS in Moss 2007,The architecture is mentioned below
2 WFE,1 Index Server,Sql active and passive node as clustering is implemented
In DMS
-15,000 User are available and are likely to grow,
-Currently 1 TB Data is available and are likely to grow,
-168 Site Collection are present

My question is ,Is it Possible to migrate such a huge application in Moss 2010 ? IF yes what precaution we should take OR Should we create new DMS in moss 2010 ? If yes,then should we implement same architecture as previous DMS in moss 2007 which is mention above

Kindly help asap
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The link above doesn't really apply to your situation.

In a sense, SharePoint 2010 is a document management system.  

Yes, SharePoint could handle this type of a load.

This will take thoruough planning and I would suggest you get outside consultants involved, especially if you are currently using SharePoint.  

How are your documents currently stored?  File system?  Database?
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Documents are stored in Database, So if i want to Develop the whole DMS from scratch again
then how can i migrate my existing Data which are there in data base to the new DMS system
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I guess I kinda misread your question.  I didn't see that your current DMS is inside of MOSS.  I'm curious, why couldn't you just use out of the box functions of MOSS?

Since its custom, I can't answer how you would migrate to 2010.  But I know 2010 can handle it.
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Thanks for your reply, so should i continue with the same architecture or should i include something more
kindly revert asap
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i dont think that can be answered by anyone outside of your environment.
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can you close this ticket?  or are you looking for more info?
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Hi ,
Still i have not received my answer in a detailed manner
please suggest me with some idea as i have share my environment detailes with you,if some more info you need please write a note.As i will provide that as well to get a reliable solution
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Your question was: My question is ,Is it Possible to migrate such a huge application in Moss 2010 ? IF yes what precaution we should take OR Should we create new DMS in moss 2010 ? If yes,then should we implement same architecture as previous DMS in moss 2007 which is mention above


I'm not sure what step by step you are looking for.  Unfortunately since you are talking about a custom app that you developed, you aren't going to get exact answers on what architecture changes you should make or how to change your code for 2010.  The bottom line is, yes, anything that MOSS 2007 could handle, SharePoint 2010 can handle.  
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Is there any new feature can be used in Moss 2010 which can increase the perfomance of exsiting Architecture which is design in moss 2007
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Your existing architecture?  Not sure how I would know.

As far as the architecture of the platform, obviously a lot has changed.  

http://www.rharbridge.com/?page_id=103
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