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This two-day, demo-rich Jump Start aims to help IT Pros plan and design a Lync Server 2013 implementation that meets organizational and user needs. The course provides accelerated preparation for Exam 70-336, a key component of the MCSE: Communication certification. BriComp Unified Communications Architect Brian Ricks and Microsoft Senior Consultant Aaron Steele provide a fast-paced and engaging learning experience packed with a variety of scenario-based demos focused on Lync Server 2013.
Instructor | Aaron Steele - Microsoft Senior Consultant; Brian Ricks - Owner | BriComp Computers, LLC
Associated Exam | Exam 70-336: Core Solutions of Microsoft Lync Server 2013Related Certification | MCSE: CommunicationAssociated Course | 20336: Core Solutions of Microsoft Lync Server 2013; 20337: Enterprise Voice and Online Services with Microsoft Lync Server 2013
This module provides an overview on Lync Server 2013 architecture and core capabilities. It introduces the user to the design process, how to assess the infrastructure requirements and updating the design.
This session goes into how to manage Lync Server 2013 via the control panel, management shell while using PowerShell 3.0. Additional you are introduced to Role Based Access Control (RBAC).
Now that configuration has been addressed, it is time to look at deployment. This section provides details on how to prepare for client deployment and device deployment.
This module goes into conferencing in Lync Server 2013 and how to design for audio/video and web conferencing. Additionally it cover dial-in conferencing, managing and administering conferencing.
This session provides an overview of conferencing and external capabilities. In addition it goes over how to plan for IM and presence federation and designing edge services.
What is persistent chat? View this module to learn more on the architecture, design, deployment and configuration of Lync Server 2013 persistent chat.
This modules describes archiving and monitoring services, and how to configure these.
To successfully install Lync Server 2013 you will need to understand the troubleshooting tools and operational tasks. Knowing the techniques for troubleshooting and analyzing logs and traces are key.
This module covers high availability and how to configure this. Additionally it provides an overview on planning and designing load balancing.
In this session Brian and Aaron provide an overview on disaster recovery, and tools for backing up and restoring. You will also learn designing Branch Site Resiliency.
Last but not least, this module covers coexistence and migration. If provides an overview on migration steps, planning for clients and devices and designing a client migration and device migration strategy.