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Microsoft TechEd 2012

Pour ceux d’entre vous qui n’ont pas pu assister aux TechEd 2012 cet été, voici la séance de rattrapage avec les présentations powerpoint :

  • EXL304 – An Inside View of Microsoft Exchange 2010 SP2 by Jeff Mealiffe (4 119 KB).  Exchange Server 2010 SP2 was released at the end of 2011 and brought with it some fantastic new features. Come hear from the product group about OWA Mini, the Hybrid Configuration Wizard, and OWA Cross Site Silent Redirection. We will discuss the shift in our guidance for hosting providers and explain how we have tamed the beast of GAL Segmentation into simple, reliable, and predictible Address Book Policies. We will also describe the general process that the product group uses to create service packs and rollups.
  • EXL306 – Best Practices for Virtualizing Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 by Jeff Mealiffe (3 149 KB). This session covers both the requirements and best practice recommendations for running Exchange Server 2010 in a hardware virtualization environment. If you’re running or planning on running Exchange in a virtualized environment, you won’t want to miss this session. We’ll cover best practices for server deployment, storage configuration, sizing, and consolidation. We’ll also cover some of the latest updates in this area including new support for Jetstress validation on virtual deployments.
  • EXL305 – Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 SP2 Tips & Tricks by Scott Schnoll (2 835 KB). This session continues the 14+ year tradition of the Exchange Server Tips & Tricks presentation. Learn how to get more out of Exchange 2010 SP2 in this session, packed with new tips and tricks specific to SP2.
  • EXL401 – Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 High Availability Deep Dive by Scott Schnoll (4 443 KB). Go beyond the basics of Exchange High Availability and learn what’s really going on under the hood in an Exchange 2010 database availability group (DAG). This session covers the inner workings of DAGs, including a deep dive discussion on how DAGs rely on quorum and how the DAG witness and witness server are used. It also provides a solid understanding of the inner workings of Active Manager and its best copy selection process.
  • EXL307 – Using a load balancer in your Exchange 2010 environment by Jaap Wesselius (4 111 KB). Microsoft has been promoting Network Load Balancing (NLB) in an Exchange Server environment for years, but is now recommending using hardware load balancers. This offers lots of opportunities, like the use of multi-role Exchange deployments where the Mailbox, Client Access Server and Hub Transport Server Roles are combined on one machine. But at the same time hardware load balancers will present the Exchange administrator with various different Exchange settings and network scenario’s. In this session Jaap wesselius, a five year Exchange Server MVP will demonstrate what it takes to build a High Available Exchange Server 2010 solution with a Database Availability Group (DAG) in conjunction with a hardware load balancer solution. Learn all about Exchange Server 2010 load balancing requirements, Single Arm and Dual Arm configuration, persistence, affinity and stickiness options for the various Exchange services and Microsoft recommendations.

 

Vous pouvez bien sur retrouver toutes ces présentations et bien d’autres encore sur le site Microsoft TechEd.

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