Do you want to learn best practices for implementing Exchange Server 2013 SP1? Are you looking into Exams 341 or 342? Watch the experts in this course, and get the details to help you prepare. Understanding what has changed in Exchange Server 2013 is essential for a successful deployment. This course places particular emphasis on what has changed from Exchange Server 2010 to Exchange Server 2013. To get the most out of this course, experience with Exchange 2010 and a basic familiarity with the terminology and architecture of Exchange Server would be helpful. Instructor | Brian Day – Microsoft Senior Program Manager; Brian Shiers - Microsoft Senior Product Marketing Manager
Learn how to deploy Exchange Server 2013 on-premises into existing deployments of Exchange 2007 or 2010. Hear real-world best practices and first-hand feedback.
Review the performance impact of the architectural changes and major new features in Exchange Server 2013, and discuss the recommended methodology for sizing. Optimize performance, and see how the Exchange 2013 Role Requirements Calculator can be used to properly size a deployment.
Explore the support policy and best practices for running Exchange Server 2013 in a hardware virtualized environment, including sizing guidelines, support boundaries, use of hypervisor technology, service availability considerations, and best practices.
Get details on the many new enhancements for high availability (HA) and site resilience that Exchange Server 2013 SP1 offers. Take a look at updated features, including Auto Reseed, database availability groups (DAGs) without cluster admin access points, HA Managed Availability monitors, and others.
Gain a deeper understanding of the way Outlook connects to Exchange, with RPC/HTTP or MAPI/HTTP. On-premises and Office 365 customers can better understand how we are evolving the underlying technology to offer a superior Outlook experience in the face of network blips and can find out what to do if things go wrong.
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