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作者 Mota, Nuno
書名 Microsoft Exchange 2013 High Availability
出版項 Olton : Packt Publishing, Limited, 2014
©2014
國際標準書號 9781782171515 (electronic bk.)
9781782171508
book jacket
說明 1 online resource (284 pages)
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附註 Intro -- Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 High Availability -- Table of Contents -- Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 High Availability -- Credits -- About the Author -- About the Reviewers -- www.PacktPub.com -- Support files, eBooks, discount offers, and more -- Why Subscribe? -- Free Access for Packt account holders -- Instant Updates on New Packt Books -- Preface -- What this book covers -- What you need for this book -- Who this book is for -- Conventions -- Reader feedback -- Customer support -- Errata -- Piracy -- Questions -- 1. Getting Started -- Defining high availability and resilience -- Availability -- Resilience -- Introducing the new Exchange architecture -- Looking at the past -- Exchange 2000/2003 -- Exchange 2007 -- Exchange 2010 -- Exchange 2013 -- Summary -- 2. High Availability with the Client Access Server -- Removing session affinity -- Connecting to Outlook -- Load balancing and CAS arrays -- The do nothing method -- Windows Network Load Balancing (WNLB) -- DNS Round Robin -- Hardware/virtual load balancers -- Layer 4 with a single namespace and IP address -- Layer 4 with multiple namespaces and IP addresses -- Layer 7 with a single namespace and IP address -- Selecting the correct method -- The Autodiscover service -- Explaining digital certificates for Exchange -- Listing best practices -- Summary -- 3. High Availability with the Mailbox Server -- Reducing input/output operations per second -- Automatically recovering after storage failures -- Managed Store -- Automatic Reseed -- Configuring folders for databases and volumes -- Mounting volume folders -- Mounting database folders -- Creating a database directory structure -- Creating a mailbox database -- Checking the database creation -- Testing AutoReseed -- Revisiting Database Availability Groups -- Best copy selection changes -- The DAG Management Service
The DAG network auto-configuration -- Single copy alert enhancements -- Lagged copy enhancements -- Dynamic Quorum -- Majority Node Set clustering -- Windows Server 2012 -- Introducing modern Public Folders -- Best practices -- Explaining the Offline Address Book -- Best practices -- Summary -- 4. Achieving Site Resilience -- Achieving site resilience for client access server -- Global namespace -- Achieving site resilience for the Mailbox server -- Scenario 1 - active/passive -- Scenario 2 - active/active -- Scenario 3 - third datacenter -- Windows Azure -- Using Datacenter Activation Coordination (DAC) -- Enabling the DAC mode -- Deciding where to place witness servers -- Summary -- 5. Transport High Availability -- Servicing of the transport pipeline -- Front End Transport service routing -- Mailbox Transport service routing -- Improving on transport high availability -- Revisiting shadow redundancy -- Creating shadow e-mails -- E-mails arriving from outside the boundary of transport high availability -- E-mails sent outside the boundary of transport high availability -- E-mails arriving from a Mailbox server within the boundary of transport high availability -- Shadow redundancy with legacy Hub Transport servers -- Configuring shadow redundancy -- Maintaining shadow e-mails -- Shadow redundancy after an outage -- Safety Net -- The working of Safety Net -- Resubmitting e-mails from Safety Net -- Resubmitting e-mails from Shadow Safety Net -- Making an inbound and outbound e-mail flow resilient -- Outbound -- Inbound -- Non-Exchange internal e-mails -- Inbound Internet e-mails -- Summary -- 6. High Availability of Unified Messaging -- Introducing the new features of UM -- Architectural changes -- Unified Messaging ports -- Unified Messaging availability -- Exchange servers -- IP gateways -- Incoming calls -- Outgoing calls -- SIP load balancing
Summary -- 7. Backup and Recovery -- Understanding the importance of backups -- Listing vital components to back up -- Client Access Servers -- Mailbox servers -- Databases and transaction logs -- Offline address book -- Customizations and logfiles -- Unified contact store -- Exploring Windows Integrated Backup -- Exploring System Center Data Protection Manager 2012 -- Using DPM to protect Exchange -- Installing the DPM server -- Allocating storage -- Installing DPM Agents on Exchange servers -- Creating and configuring protection groups -- DPM considerations -- Replacing a backup with database availability groups -- Planning for disaster recovery -- Recovering a mailbox -- Recovering a lost server -- Explaining database portability in disaster recovery situations -- Dial tone portability -- Recovering Public Folders -- Recovering deleted items -- Recovering deleted items post retention -- Recovering deleted Public Folders using Outlook -- Recovering deleted Public Folders using PowerShell -- Recovering deleted Public Folders post retention -- Summary -- 8. Monitoring Exchange -- Introducing Managed Availability -- Exploring Managed Availability components -- Probes -- Monitors -- Responders -- Health -- Customizing Managed Availability -- Enabling or disabling a health set -- Using the Exchange 2013 SCOM Management Pack -- Summary -- 9. Underlying Infrastructure -- Active Directory -- Domain name system -- Integrating DNS with Active Directory -- Explaining the importance of a network -- Using high available storage -- Benefiting through virtualization -- Backup and restore -- High availability -- Hyper-V and VMware -- Single Exchange on a virtual cluster -- Resilient Exchange on a virtual cluster -- Other features -- Summary -- Index
This book is a hands-on practical guide that provides the reader with a number of clear scenarios and examples, making it easier to understand and apply the new concepts. Each chapter can be used as a reference, or it can be read from beginning to end, allowing consultants/administrators to build a solid and highly available Exchange 2013 environment. If you are a messaging professional who wants to learn to design a highly available Exchange 2013 environment, this book is for you. Although not a definite requirement, practical experience with Exchange 2010 is expected, without being a subject matter expert
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
鏈接 Print version: Mota, Nuno Microsoft Exchange 2013 High Availability Olton : Packt Publishing, Limited,c2014 9781782171508
主題 Microsoft Exchange server.;Client/server computing.;Electronic mail systems
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