PacktLib: Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 High Availability

Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 High Availability

Credits

About the Author

About the Reviewers

www.PacktPub.com

Preface

Getting Started

Defining high availability and resilience

Introducing the new Exchange architecture

Summary

High Availability with the Client Access Server

Removing session affinity

Connecting to Outlook

Load balancing and CAS arrays

The Autodiscover service

Summary

High Availability with the Mailbox Server

Reducing input/output operations per second

Automatically recovering after storage failures

Managed Store

Automatic Reseed

Revisiting Database Availability Groups

Introducing modern Public Folders

Explaining the Offline Address Book

Summary

Achieving Site Resilience

Achieving site resilience for client access server

Achieving site resilience for the Mailbox server

Summary

Transport High Availability

Servicing of the transport pipeline

Improving on transport high availability

Making an inbound and outbound e-mail flow resilient

Summary

High Availability of Unified Messaging

Introducing the new features of UM

Architectural changes

Unified Messaging ports

Unified Messaging availability

Summary

Backup and Recovery

Understanding the importance of backups

Planning for disaster recovery

Dial tone portability

Summary

Monitoring Exchange

Introducing Managed Availability

Using the Exchange 2013 SCOM Management Pack

Summary

Underlying Infrastructure

Active Directory

Domain name system

Explaining the importance of a network

Using high available storage

Benefiting through virtualization

Summary

Index