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Designing storage for Exchange 2007 SP1

Author: Pierre Bijaoui; Juergen Hasslauer
Publisher: Amsterdam ; Boston : Digital Press/Syngress/Elsevier, ©2008.
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This book will help you understand the new choices and possibilities available in designing your storage environment for Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 SP1. The move of Microsoft Exchange Server from a 32-bit application to the 64-bit world reduced the I/O footprint on the storage subsystem. This allows users to consider shared storage deployments or go the opposite way and focus on direct attached storage.  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Pierre Bijaoui; Juergen Hasslauer
ISBN: 9781555583088 1555583083
OCLC Number: 213839357
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xiii, 539 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Cover --
Copyright Page --
Dedication --
Contents --
Foreword --
Acknowledgments --
Chapter 1 Introduction to Exchange 2007 Storage --
Where to Start? --
Exchange 2007 Server Roles and Usage of Storage --
Capacity Considerations --
Performance Considerations --
Challenges and Opportunities --
Top 10 Topics for Exchange 2007 Storage --
Chapter 2 Basic Concepts of I/O Systems --
Start with Basics --
Anatomy of a Storage Controller --
Virtualization --
Storage + Network = Storage Networks --
In Summary --
Chapter 3 Storage Technology --
Leveraging Storage Technologies --
Disk Technology --
Direct-Attached Storage --
Storage Area Networks --
Tape Systems --
In Summary --
Chapter 4 Windows Storage --
Virtual Disk Service and Volume Shadow Copy Services --
Storport --
Multi Path I/O --
Windows Server 2008 Storage Explorer --
Basic versus Dynamic Disks --
Partition Style: MBR versus GPT --
Disk Alignment --
New Technology File System --
Online Volume Expansion and Shrinking --
Chapter 5 Designing Your Exchange 2007 Server --
Service Level Agreements/Service Level Objectives --
Microsoft Exchange Solution Reviewed Program --
User Profiles --
CPU Sizing --
Memory Sizing --
Storage Considerations for Server Roles --
Exchange Server Sizing Tools --
Dealing with SAN Administrators --
SAN Boot Versus Local Boot --
Blades Versus Conventional Rack Mount Servers --
Virtualization --
High Availability Options for Exchange 2007 Mailbox Server --
Chapter 6 Exchange Server 2007 Failover Clustering --
Introduction to Windows Failover Clustering --
Exchange Server 2007 Clustered Mailbox Servers --
Pros and Cons for Exchange Clusters --
Chapter 7 Data Replication Solutions for Exchange --
Host- and Storage-Based Data Replication Solutions --
Exchange Server 2007 Continuous Replication --
Local Continuous Replication --
Cluster Continuous Replication --
Standby Continuous Replication --
Network Bandwidth and Latency Requirements for CCR and SCR --
Comparison of SCC/LCR/CCR/SCR --
Chapter 8 Backup --
Important Terms --
Why Do You Run Backups? --
What Data Do You Have to Back Up? --
Tape Rotation and Offsite Vaulting --
Introduction to Volume Shadow Copy Services --
VSS and Continuous Replication --
Data Protection Manager --
Windows Server Backup in Windows Server 2008 --
Chapter 9 Recovery --
Basic Recovery Rules --
Disaster Recovery Tools --
Brick Level Restore --
Recovery Storage Group --
Database Portability --
Dial Tone Portability --
Server Recovery --
Chapter 10 Storage Design Validation --
The Risk of Running Tests in a Production Environment --
Disk Exercisers --
Microsoft Exchange Server JetStress --
Microsoft Exchange Load Generator --
Chapter 11 Performance Monitoring and Analysis --
Description --
Performance Monitor in Windows Server --
What Should you Monitor in Your Microsoft Exchange Storage? --
Storage Utilization --
Reporting Performance Results --
In Summary --
Chapter 12 Best Practices and Sample Configurations --
Key Attributes --
Tools --
DAS Design: The Microsoft IT Case --
SAN: Large Enterprise with Consolidated Deployment (>50,000 Mailboxes) --
SAN: Mission-Critical Email --
SAN: Ruthless Standardization.
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