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Exchange Server 2010 High Availability

Course Summary

This in-depth course will show you how to become an Exchange Server 2010 High Availability expert. You will learn how to effectively manage failover, switchover, and non-Mailbox high availability. This course is for real-world administrators that have a n


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    Course Syllabus

    ● Getting Started with High Availability
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ A Modest Bio of Your Instructor
        ◦ The Course Flow
        ◦ Additional Resources to Utilize
        ◦ My Closing Advice and Encouragement
    ● Course Scenario
        ◦ Course Scenario
    ● Lab Setup
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ My Personal Lab Setup
        ◦ Scenario Network Infrastructure
        ◦ Routing for Multiple Subnets
        ◦ Los Angeles Lab Setup
        ◦ New York Lab Setup
        ◦ Bare Minimum Lab Setup
        ◦ Moving Forward
    ● An Overview of High Availability
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ RTO and RPO
        ◦ Redundancy, Resiliency and Recovery
        ◦ High Availability in Aircraft
        ◦ Affordable High Availability a Game Changer
        ◦ Storage Architecture in 2007/2010
        ◦ Continuous Replication
        ◦ Database Availability Groups (DAG)
        ◦ My Favorite Supporting Resources
        ◦ What We Learned
    ● The Basics of DAG Configuration
        ◦ Prerequisites for Establishing a DAG
        ◦ Establishing Your First DAG
        ◦ Getting Our DAG Started
        ◦ My Favorite Supporting Resources
        ◦ What We Learned
    ● DAG Design and Deployment
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ DAG Design Options
        ◦ The Witness Server
        ◦ Datacenter Activation Coordination Mode
        ◦ Understanding DACP
        ◦ C2CBullet (Single DAG Limitations)
        ◦ C2CBullet (Two Four-Member DAGs in Two Sites)
        ◦ Seven Member DAG with 3 MB Servers without Databases
        ◦ My Favorite Supporting Resources
    ● Advanced DAG Configuration and Troubleshooting
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ MAPI/Replication Network Separation
        ◦ Firewall Ports
        ◦ Troubleshooting DAGs
        ◦ My Favorite Supporting Resources
        ◦ What We Learned
    ● DAG Member Failover
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Best Copy Selection
        ◦ Automatic Database Mount Dial
        ◦ Database Copy Automatic Activation Policy
        ◦ Testing DAG Member Failover
        ◦ Maintenance on DAG Members
        ◦ My Favorite Supporting Resources
        ◦ What We Learned
    ● Datacenter Switchovers and Lagged Copies
        ◦ Introduction
        ◦ Failovers and Switchovers
        ◦ What We Learned
        ◦ Procedure for Handling Datacenter Switchover
        ◦ Terminating a Failed Datacenter
        ◦ Activating Mailbox and Non-Mailbox Servers
        ◦ Activating Mailbox and Non-Mailbox Servers Demo
        ◦ Restoring from Datacenter Switchover
        ◦ Seeding
        ◦ Replay Lag and Truncation Lag
        ◦ My Favorite Supporting Resources
    ● High Availability of Non-Mailbox Server Roles
        ◦ Existing Scenario Servers
        ◦ Unified Messaging Server HA
        ◦ Hub Transport Server HA
        ◦ Edge Transport Server HA


Course Fee:
USD 29

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

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