Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 – Advanced Solutions: Availability
This course is included in our On-demand training solution.
Exchange Server 2013 offers some new enhancements when it comes to high availability, storage, and site resiliency. This course describes these enhancements. You will also learn how to plan, configure, and manage site-resilient database availability groups and networks including planning a cross-site DAG configuration, recommending quorum options given customer requirements, and implementing Datacenter Activation Coordination (DAC). This course is one of a series in the SkillSoft learning path that covers the objectives for the Advanced Solutions of Microsoft Exchange Server (70-342) 2013 exam.
This learning path is targeted at senior Microsoft Exchange administrators who plan and manage multi-site enterprise class deployments of Exchange servers. It is also designed for individuals who seek professional distinction through the Exchange 2013 MSCE. This is done by completing the Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) – Office 365 certification and then taking the 70-341 – Core Solutions of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 exam and the 70-342 – Advanced Solutions of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 exam.
Overview High Availability and Site Resilience
Database Availability Groups Operational Overview I
Database Availability Groups Operational Overview II
How Storage Enhancements Affect Availability
Changes in Exchange 2013 Affecting Availability
How High Availability Enhancements Affect Availability
High Availability Cmdlets
Configuring DAG Networks (Part 1)
Configuring DAG Networks (Part 2)
Configuring DAG Networks Example Configurations
Configuring DAG Networks iSCSI Networks
Configuring DAG Networks Encryption and Compression
Planning Cross-Site DAG Configuration – SLA
Planning Cross-Site DAG Secondary Datacenters
Planning Cross-Site DAG Single DAG, Three AD Sites
Quorum Options Quorum Concept
Datacenter Activation Coordination (Part 1)
Datacenter Activation Coordination (Part 2)
Exercise: Implementing Database Availability Groups