Microsoft Exchange Server 2013: Design, Deploy and Deliver an Enterprise Messaging Solution
Nathan Winters, Nicolas Blank
Get the knowledge you need to deploy a top-quality Exchange service
The latest release of Microsoft's messaging system allows for easier access to e-mail, voicemail, and calendars from a variety of devices and any location while also giving users more control and freeing up administrators to perform more critical tasks. This innovative new field guide starts with key concepts of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 and then moves through the recommended practices and processes that are necessary to deploy a top-quality Exchange service.
- Focuses on the Exchange ecosystem rather than just the features and functions of the Exchange product
- Focuses on scenarios facing real customers and explains how problems can be solved and requirements met
- Zooms in on both on-premises deployments as well as Exchange Online cloud deployments with Office 365
- Helps you thoroughly master the new version with step-by-step instruction on how to install, configure, and manage this multifaceted collaboration system
Whether you're upgrading from Exchange Server 2010 or earlier, installing for the first time, or migrating from another system, this step-by-step guide provides the hands-on instruction, practical application, and real-world advice you need.
model that increases complexity, especially if you wish to deploy a hybrid solution with Office 365 at a later date. Migrating to Office 365 Office 365 provides Exchange Online, which is Exchange Server 2013. It also provides a way to migrate from Exchange Server 2003 directly to Office 365 via MRS over the Internet. This migration process is similar to the one used for an inter-org migration. However, the Office 365 platform provides most of the tool and coexistence software for
spins and how quickly the head can move around. Given a few metrics about the disk drive, we can calculate the theoretical maximum random IOPS as follows: Time for One Rotation This involves converting rpm into seconds per rotation in order to determine how long the platter takes to spin through 360°. Rotational Latency This value is the time that the platter takes to rotate through 180°. This is caused by the head moving to the track and then waiting for the right part of the platter to pass
of roles was a common theme for Exchange 2010 projects, with many customers taking advantage of high-density locally attached storage, such as the HP MDS 600, which could provide 70 × 3.5” SAS disks in 5U of rack space. Additionally, customers could take advantage of multi-role Exchange deployments to reduce the server footprint. This was a substantial improvement over previous versions of Exchange, and it allowed large-scale consolidation of servers and storage into fewer, more easily managed
Exchange setup using the Exchange Setup Wizard (which offers you an option to implement Active Directory split permissions) or using setup.exe from the command line with the parameters we'll specify shortly. If you did not implement Active Directory split permissions during Exchange setup, you can run setup.exe again with the /PrepareAD and /ActiveDirectorySplitPermissions:true parameters. When setup is run with these parameters, changes are made in Active Directory. One of the changes is the
http://www.msexchange.org/articles-tutorials/office-365/exchange-online/configuring-exchange-2013-hybrid-deployment-migrating-office-365-exchange-online-part1.html Additionally, Microsoft provides OnRamp for Office 365, which is an automated assistance tool that helps you gather configuration requirements and perform deployment readiness checks on your on-premises environment; see the following address: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj993929.aspx The following sections discuss