The Infrastructure Planning and Design (IPD) Guide for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 with Service Pack 1 takes the IT architect through a step-by-step process for successfully designing an Exchange Server 2010 infrastructure. Exchange Server 2010 supports a variety of infrastructure topologies that enable IT departments to deploy the messaging architecture that best suits their business needs. This guide will help organizations make informed decisions about the design of fault tolerance and scalability so that their overall requirements are met.
The guide covers these key steps in the Exchange Server 2010 infrastructure design process:
- Defining the project scope by identifying your individual business and IT requirements for a messaging infrastructure.
- Mapping features and functionality based on the defined scope to develop the appropriate Exchange Server 2010 design.
- Designing the infrastructure and role requirements for the proposed Exchange Server 2010 architecture.
- Determining the sizing, fault tolerance, and physical placement of Exchange Server 2010 roles.
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- Download the FREE Exchange Server 2010 guide (ZIP – 2.94 MB)
- Download other best practices from the Infrastructure Planning and Design series for products such as Microsoft Forefront Unified Access Gateway, Windows Server 2008 R2, Hyper-V, SQL Server 2008, Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, System Center, and much more from the IPD site on TechNet.
- Visit the Exchange Server 2010 site on microsoft.com to learn more.
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