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MICROSOFT EXCHANGE SERVER 2013

DESIGN, DEPLOY AND DELIVER AN ENTERPRISE MESSAGING


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Introduction xix Chapter 1 Business, Functional, and Technical Requirements 1 Building the Foundation for Requirements 1 Establishing Project Roles 2 Getting Started with the Exchange Design 2 Requirements as Part of a Larger Framework 3 Understanding the Types of Requirements 4 Business Requirements 4 Technical Requirements 6 Constraints 7 Assumptions 8 Requirements Elicitation 8 Summary 9 Chapter 2 Exchange Design Fundamentals 11 Introducing Design Documents 11 From Requirements to Design 11 No Single Way to Implement Exchange 12 How Much Detail Is Enough? 12Section Guide 12 Section Index 13 Executive Summary 13 Business Requirements 14 Summary of Vision and Scope 14 Functional Specification 14 Architecture Summary 14 Compliance 15 External Publishing 15 Migration or Legacy Integration Requirements 15 Interoperation with Third-Party Applications 16 High-Availability Strategy and Requirements 16 Transport Design 17 Client Access Design 18 Mailbox Design 18 VM Requirements 19 Bandwidth Requirements 20 Exchange Solution Sizing 20 Moving Forward 24 A Living Document 24 How Do You Know When to Finish Designing? 24 Overengineering 25 Keep It Simple 25 Future Proofing 25 The Microsoft Way 25 Chapter 3 Exchange Architectural Concepts 27 The Evolution of Exchange 2013 27 Exchange 2000/2003 28 Exchange 2007 30 Exchange 2010 34 Exchange 2013 39 Discontinued Features 42 Exchange 2013 Editions 42 Transport 42 Management 44 Role Separation 45 High Availability 54 Exchange Online Integration 57 Summary 57 Chapter 4 Defining a Highly Available Messaging Solution 59 Defining Availability 59 Defining Availability Components 60 Defining the Cost of Downtime 62 Planning for Failure 63 Defi ning Terms for Availability 65 Service-Level Agreements 65 RPO and RTO 65 Defi ning High Availability and Disaster Recovery 66 Achieving High Availability 67 Building an Available Messaging System 69 Transport 69 Namespace Planning 69 Exchange Hybrid Deployment 72 Database Availability Group Planning 73 Summary 78 Chapter 5 Designing a Successful Exchange Storage Solution 79 A Brief History of Exchange Storage 79 Exchange 40-55 79 Exchange 2000-2003 80 Exchange 2007 80 Exchange 2010 81 Storage Changes in Exchange 2013 82 Issue 1: Storage Capacity Increasing 82 Issue 2: Mechanical Disk IOPS Performance Not Increasing 83 Issue 3: JBOD Solutions Require Operational Maturity 85 Issue 4: Mailbox Capacity Requirements Increasing 86 Issue 5: Everything Needs to Be Cheaper 86 Storage Improvements in Exchange Server 2013 87 Automatic Database Reseed 88 Multiple Databases for Each JBOD Disk Spindle 88 Designing a Successful Exchange Storage Solution 90 Requirements Gathering 90 Making Sense of the Exchange Mailbox Server Role Requirements Calculator 93 Selecting the Right Storage Hardware 95 Storage Validation Using Jetstress 96 Summary 98 Chapter 6 Management 101 Trends in Management of Platforms 101 Role-Based Access Control 102 RBAC Overview 103 Understanding the Components of the RBAC Permissions Model 104 Planning Your Management Strategy 105 Understanding Built-in Management Roles, Role Groups, and Role Association 107 Role Assignments 111 Under the Hood 112 Creating New Roles 113 Creating New Management Scopes 114 Creating and Managing Role Groups 115 Creating New Role Assignments 115 Understanding Role Assignment Policies 117 Applying Business Logic Using Unscoped Top-Level Roles 119 Reporting Effective Permissions and Cmdlet Usage 121 Understanding Split Permissions 123 Using EAC to Manage RBAC 125 Administration 127 The Exchange Management Tools 131 What's New in EAC? 132 Securing Access to EAC 134 Hybrid Deployments and EAC 135 PowerShell and Exchange Management Shell 135 Summary 136 Chapter 7 Exchange 2013 Hybrid Coexistence with Office 365 137 What Is Exchange Hybrid? 137 High-Level Infrastructure Overview 137 Why Consider Exchange Hybri

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano:  2013
    • País de Produção: Germany
    • Código de Barras:  9781118541906
    • ISBN:  1118541901
    • Encadernação:  BROCHURA
    • Altura: 238.00 cm
    • Largura: 189.00 cm
    • Comprimento: 25.00 cm
    • Quantidade de Itens do Complemento:  0
    • Nº de Páginas:  408

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