Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Full redundancy with two Exchange 2010 for your organization

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Remember exchange 2007 had brought 70 percent I/O reduction , now you need to listed this, exchange 2010 has brought another 70 percent or even some more I/O reduction on table which to me the historical change for the product line.

I wanted to congratulate the people behind this hand up great job and ***incredible*** value to the product.

so how the messaging will be redundant with two servers? the key point or the value to see is “automatic, database-level failover capabilities” build into exchange 2010.

new engineering around exchange 2010 brought on a table continuous availability, remember fail over cluster , they in a way build into the product and it is seamless to the administrator.

The new architecture the fail over designed around the mailbox database level instead of Server level.This is known as **Database mobility** think about your mailbox is residing in the database and this database is located in a way amount two servers, if one server goes down, outlook clients will only see a blip and they get redirected to the available exchange server and therefore no mail interruption to the end user.

In a way remember AD and the story multi master replication model and how .DIT database is redundant and therefore if you loose one DC what you can do, get another server up and running run DC promo, hurray, you got .DIT database, your DNS information without suffering.

Think exchange 2010 in a same way. For those of you looking for business justification as I listed in the previous article

  • Cost
  • Cost
  • Cost

In a way if you don't upgrade beside so many build in futures you will be loosing $$$$ smile_regular

Oz Casey Dedeal

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2 comments:

remco wisselink said...

Stop the marketing and stop promoting yourself as mvp. Keep the content technical please.

Remco Wisselink

Oz Casey Dedeal said...

Remco, MVP is title is just recognition, award given by Microsoft for contributions made to the product and the community.

MVP's are the ears for the community and to be honest it is a great achievement in my opinion and I am proud to be one.

Exchange 2010 is bringing so much on table it is almost impossible not to Market it (-:

It is part of responsibility in my eyes to pass on the knowledge and new coming things to all my readers and students.

In a same way we do complain about things we don’t like to Microsoft to make the product better , such as backup in windows 2008.

If you wish to see a future or you are not liking any of the new things Exchange 2010 is bringing on table, ping me

I will be more than happy to carry your voice to Exchange team as long as I retain MVP title

Thanks for the comments
best
oz