Category: Exchange

Ignite 2015: Exchange 2016

Session: FND2204 Superior performance and reliability – fault tolerance and self-healing baked in Robust, Proven architecture Flexible, future-ready foundation Deeply integrated with other products Office 365 introduces the new features, baked, refined, then packaged into Exchange 2016. Final release will be fall/winter 2015 Exchange 2016 focus areas: Better collaboration, smarter...

TechEd 2014: What’s new in Exchange

Microsoft TechEd 2014 is in full swing and this is the first general session that I'm attending. It will cover what's new in Exchange, both in Office 365 and on-prem. As usual during conference this is live blogging, directly from content presented in the session. So editing is minimal, and...

VMworld 2013: Exchange on VMware Best Practices

VMworld 2013: Exchange on VMware Best Practices

Twitter: #VAPP5613, Alex Fontana (VMware) This session was skillfully presented and was jam packed with Exchange on VMware best practices for architects and Exchange administrators. Can you use Exchange VMDKs on NFS storage? Can you use vSphere HA and DRS? How can you avoid DAG failover with vMotion? What's the number one cause...

San Diego VMUG: Overcome Challenges with Tier-1 Apps

This was the best session of the day at the San Diego VMUG! Dave Elliott and Dave Troutt from Symantec presented the detailed methodology Symantec used to define requirements essential to successfully virtualizing tier-1 apps like SQL Server, Exchange and SharePoint. Bottom line is you can virtualize nearly any app that...

BCA1902: Virtualizing Exchange 2010

This session focused on virtualizing Exchange 2010 on vSphere 4.x or 5.x. Highlights of this session include: Bottom line there's no reason why you should be afraid of virtualizing Exchange 2010. Exchange 2010 now uses 32Kb I/O blocks, vs. 8K for previous versions. Exchange 2010 I/O is much more optimized than...

Exchange 2010 and vSphere 4.x Best Practices

Virtualization has taken off like wild fire, and now organizations are in the process of virtualizing tier-1 applications like Exchange 2010. However, sizing and designing Exchange 2010 for a virtualized environment requires some additional care and thought versus a traditional physical server deployment. Critical sizing requirements like memory, vCPUs, and...

UNC302: Exchange 2010 RBAC

This session focused on the all-new permissions model of Exchange 2010/SP1. Back in the days of Exchange 2003/2007, Microsoft had a very, very limited permission model that just consisted of a handful of rights. This caused problems in organizations where you want to granularly delegate permissions to specific groups such...

UNC04-INT: RMS with Exchange 2010 SP1

This session was an interactive session, meaning it was in a small room, and most of the discussion was directed by questions. I thought it was very enlightening, and I learned a lot of good information about the integration between RMS and Exchange 2010/SP1. Integration is very easy and seamless....

UNC201: Exchange 2010 SP1 Overview

I must say, the content of this presentation did not match the title. The session was more about Exchange 2010 features, not SP1. While the feature the presenter covered were fine and dandy and some were new to me, what I really wanted was the low-down on SP1. Here are...

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