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Transition to Exchange 2010 easily by taking advantage of the work Microsoft and HP have done to deploy Exchange quickly and reliably on the E5000 Exchange Appliance. In this session we will show you ...

Transition to Exchange 2010 easily by taking advantage of the work Microsoft and HP have done to deploy Exchange quickly and reliably on the E5000 Exchange Appliance. In this session we will show you how easy it is to set up Microsoft Exchange 2010 in your organisation.

Technologies demonstrated: - E5000 Exchange Appliance, Microsoft Exchange 2010

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Microsoft-HP E5000 Exchange 2010 Appliance Microsoft-HP E5000 Exchange 2010 Appliance Presentation Transcript

  • HP E5000 MESSAGINGSYSTEM FOR MICROSOFTEXCHANGE 2010Carlo KianHP - PreSales Solutions ArchitectMario TevanianMicrosoft - Exchange TechnicalSpecialist
  • HP CONVERGED THE DATA CENTER OF THE INFRASTRUCTURE FUTURE WILL BE BUILT ON A CONVERGED Storage Servers INFRASTRUCTUREPower & Networkcooling Management software
  • THE ARCHITECTURE OF THECONVERGED INFRASTRUCTUREVirtual Data Center Flex MatrixResource Pool Smart Grid Fabric Operating EnvironmentVirtualized Intelligent energy Wire-once, Enables shared-compute, memory, management across dynamic assembly, servicestorage & network systems & facilities always predictable management
  • EVOLVING BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONSRicher interactions and more of them Email is business critical “Business users report that they currently spend 19 percent of their work days, or close to two hours per day, on email.” – Messaging & Collaboration – Business User Survey 2007, Radicati Email volume is growing “The average corporate user, today, can expect to send and receive about 156 messages a day, and this number is expected to grow to about 233 messages a day by 2012. An increase of 33 percent over the four-year period.” – Messaging & Collaboration – Business User Survey 2008, Radicati Users expect larger corporate mailboxes
  • STORAGE CHANGES Hardware Exchange Workload – Since 2003, disk capacity has grown – Mailbox sizes rapidly increasing dramatically (1-10GB desired) • 2TB desktop class SATA (and midline SAS) disks available, larger sizes available shortly – Knowledge workers (and IT) want everything online and instantly searchable – Sequential throughput increasing • Discovery/compliance/PST management linearly based on areal density • Reduced mailbox management effort • 2010 SATA =~ 250MB/sec • Data accessible from everywhere (incl. mobile client) – Random I/O performance not • Increased knowledge worker productivity expected to improve substantially • 15k RPM is the ceiling – Average message size increasing Larger, slower disks mean we can support larger mailboxes at low cost if we minimize I/O
  • MINIMISING EXCHANGE I/O 1 DB IOPS/Mailbox +90% Reduction!Major changes in how Exchange generates disk I/O 0.8 Exchange 2003between 2003, 2007, 2010 0.6 Exchange 2007 Exchange 2010– Shift to 64-bit address space = big database cache 0.4 (reduces DB reads, better write coalescing) 0.2– Page size increases (4k,8k,32k) = fewer & bigger writes 0 Exchange 2003 Exchange 2007 Exchange 2010– Increased checkpoint depth (100MB default on Exchange 2010+DAG) = fewer repetitive writes of the same page 120 100MB Checkpoint Depth = 40% DB write IO reduction Database 100 Pages– DB write smoothing & throttling = Repeatedly 80 reduced transaction latency Written/sec 60– Exchange store database schema optimization = 40 DB Writes/sec fewer, sequential, large I/Os 20 (avg) 0– Lazy view updates = sequential I/O for view maintenance 20 40 60 80 100 Checkpoint Depth (MB)– Cache compression = more effective cache utilization
  • WHERE DO I START?
  • Questions! Questions! Questions!How do you know you’re making the right decisions? Application How do I implement clustering? What’s my archive strategy? Where does cloud fit? What’s required for disaster recovery? How do I size mailboxes? Virtualization Should I virtualize Exchange 2010? How do DAGs work with vMotion or live migration? Will it impact performance? How many VM’s on the same server? What is best practice VM configuration? Network How many ports? 1GbE or 10GbE? Is a storage area network required? FC, FCoE, or iSCSI? What’s the best way to implement redundancy? Servers How much RAM? Do I need to leave room for expansion? How many NICs How many disk drives? Do I need a storage controller card? and what type? What processor? What are best practice solution sizing? Storage Shared or direct attached storage? How does thin provisioning work? DAS or SAN? Do I need replication with DAG? How much capacity? SAS or SATA? What RAID configuration? What about migration How do I avoid vendor finger How many support contracts services? pointing? will I have to manage? Do they have similar How can I get all support service levels? contracts to co-terminate?
  • THE HP AND MICROSOFTSOLUTIONHP TECHNOLOGY@WORK 2011THE INSTANT-ON ENTERPRISE IS HERE
  • WHY HP E5000 MESSAGING SYSTEM FORMICROSOFT EXCHANGE 2010 Complete Solution Simplify Planning & Deployment – Turnkey deployment with pre-sized, tested, and optimised configurations – One part number, single support path Optimise Operation – Best practices from both Microsoft and HP – Management integration from spindle to application Agility with Scale – Solutions to scale from 100’s to 1000’s of mailboxes – Single site, Multi-site and Remote Office configurations
  • HP E5000 PRODUCT RANGEMatch your solution requirements E5300 500 1GB mailboxes * E5500 1,000 1GB – 2.5GB mailboxes* 3,000 1GB – 2.5GB mailboxes * E5700 Includes 2 E5000 Expansion Nodes Options 12 & 24TB Expansion Nodes•Not limited to this; mailbox sizes and send/receive are configurable using the HP Sizer for Microsoft Exchange•Microsoft Exchange and Client Access Licenses purchased separately from Microsoft
  • E5000 SYSTEM ENCLOSUREThe Converged Infrastructure for Exchange 2010 16 LFF hot 2 x ProLiant swap drives X86 compute + dense storage array Blade Servers in a single 3U RM chassis Expandable with up to 4 disk shelves
  • E5000 SYSTEM ENCLOSUREThe Converged Infrastructure for Exchange 2010 Redundant LOM (LAN on Motherboard) Redundant 6Gb SAS ports for scale-up capacity connectors to match the installed server expansion using the P1210m controller High availability with redundant,ILO2 enclosure management-health PCIe expansion hot swap power & cooling usingmonitor, onboard admin emulation slot for each server standard ProLiant components
  • HP E5000 VISUALWALKTHROUGHHP TECHNOLOGY@WORK 2011THE INSTANT-ON ENTERPRISE IS HERE
  • HP E5000: MESSAGING IN MINUTES
  • OUT OF BOX SETUPOperating System install, blade software and E5000 value add software install
  • HP E5000 CONFIGURATION WIZARD
  • HP E5000 CONFIGURATION WIZARD
  • HP E5000 CONFIGURATION WIZARD
  • HP E5000 CONFIGURATION WIZARD
  • HP E5000 CONFIGURATION WIZARD
  • HP E5000 QUICK DEPLOYMENT TOOL
  • HP E5000 QUICK DEPLOYMENT TOOL
  • HP E5000 QUICK DEPLOYMENT TOOL
  • HP E5000 BEST PRACTICES ANALYSER
  • HP E5000 BEST PRACTICES ANALYSER
  • HP AND MICROSOFT ADVANTAGES Vendor collaboration – An HP and Microsoft designed solution – Purpose-configured Exchange hardware – Single solution support contract Simplified – Single, complete appliance – Pre-configured for HA – Exchange deployment toolsets Optimised – Minimal components – Smallest DC footprint – Most efficient power/cooling
  • SUMMARY Microsoft Exchange Server HP E5000 2010 = The Intelligent Solution
  • QUESTIONS?HP TECHNOLOGY@WORK 2011THE INSTANT-ON ENTERPRISE IS HERE
  • NEXT STEPSVisit: The Cloud System FeatureEngage: See the HP Rep at rear of clinicSeek more: Request follow up via Eval FormRe-Live: www.hp.com.au/taw11postHP TECHNOLOGY@WORK 2011THE INSTANT-ON ENTERPRISE IS HERE