Was ist neu in Exchange 2013?
 

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Was ist neu in Exchange 2013? Die neueste Generation der marktführenden Collaboration Software ist da! Erfahren Sie mehr über die Architekturänderungen, die vertiefte Integration mit SharePoint und ...

Was ist neu in Exchange 2013? Die neueste Generation der marktführenden Collaboration Software ist da! Erfahren Sie mehr über die Architekturänderungen, die vertiefte Integration mit SharePoint und Lync, die Anbindung an die Welt des Cloud Computings, die neue Client Software für den Zugriff und das Management und vieles mehr!

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  • Herzlich willkommenWas ist neu in Exchange 2013www.digicomp.ch 1
  • Vorstellung der Referenten Markus Luchsinger  Datacenter und Microsoft Solution Architekt  connectis AG  EMBA FH, IDV-TS, MCITP und MCT  Seit 2001 Trainer bei Digicomp Markus Hengstler  Senior Systems Engineer  UMB AG  MCITP, MCT und «Microsoft Certified Master: Exchange 2010»  Seit 2001 Trainer bei Digicomp www.digicomp.ch 2
  • Was ist neu in Exchange 2013 - Agenda • Architekturänderungen • Client Zugriff • Vertiefte Integration mit SharePoint und Lync • Management • Anbindung an die Cloud • Installation / Migration • Was fehlt.. • Q&Awww.digicomp.ch 3
  • Architectural Changes - Overall Evolution from 2000 to 2010 L7 LB Ex Ex CAS HT C C C H H H MBX Ex Ex MBX MBX MBX MBX MBX• Manual config • Separate HA solutions • Separate roles DAG• Backups and • hardware solutions • Support cheaper • RBAC for “reliability” storage • Hybrid deployments 2000/2003 2007 2010 www.digicomp.ch 4
  • Architectural Changes - Overall Exchange 2010 Role Architecture Forefront Online Protection for Exchange Internal Network Unified Messaging Voice mail and voice access Edge Transport Hub Transport Routing and Routing and policy AV/AS External Mailbox SMTP servers Stores mailbox and Phone system public folder items (PBX or VOIP) Mobile phone Client Access Client connectivity Layer 7 LB Web services Web browser AD Outlook Outlook (local user)(remote user) Line of business application www.digicomp.ch 5
  • Architectural Changes - OverallProblems… Version compatibility – all roles needs to have the same version Geo-affinity – CAS/HT/MBX has to be on present on every site to work Complicated deployments “Correct” load balancing is complex to achieve and costly Many namespaces needed for site resilient designswww.digicomp.ch 6
  • Architectural Changes - OverallNEW Exchange 2013 Architecture 2 Building Blocks L4 LB  Client Access Array  Database Availability C M C M Group Loosely coupled (Versioning) Deployment simplicity L4 LB • Simplify for scale, balanced utilization and isolation • Integrate HA for all roles • Simplify network architecture 2013 www.digicomp.ch 7
  • Architectural Changes - OverallWrap-UpEx Ex CAS HT L7 LB L4 LB C C C H H H C M C MEx Ex MBX MBX M M M M2000/2003 2007 2010 2013 www.digicomp.ch 8
  • Architectural Changes - Overall Exchange 2010 Role Architecture Exchange Online Internal Network Phone system Protection (PBX or VOIP) Unified Messaging Edge Exchange 2010 Transport CAS DAG Rout. and AV/AS Array External Layer 4 LB SMTP servers Mobile phone Web browser AD Outlook(remote user) Outlook (local user) Line of business application
  • Architectural Changes - OverallEvery Server is an Island EWS protocol MRS proxy protocol SMTPProtocols, EWS MRS Transport Transport MRS EWS MRSP Custom WS MRSPServer Agents roxy roxy RPC CA Assistants RPC CA Assistants XSO CTS XSO CTSBusiness Logic MailItem Other MailItem Other API API Content Content Store index Store indexStorage File File system ESE system ESE Server 1 Server 2www.digicomp.ch 10
  • Architectural Changes - OverallOAB OAB generation is not bound to a specific server anymore OAB is generated by each MB-Server that hosts the “Organization mailbox” OAB for user download is not stored on the CAS – only proxies the file from the correct MB-Server to the client More to come on the EHLO-Blog …www.digicomp.ch 11
  • Architectural Changes – OverallManaged Availability Monitor and recovery is integrated within Exchange Detects (includes integrated synthetic transactions) and recovers automatically if possible (or to take the server offline in the worst case) It’s user focused – if you can’t measure it, you can’t monitor it Also focus on problem resolution and not on root cause analysis © blogs.technet.com www.digicomp.ch 12
  • Architectural Changes – OverallAnti-Spam / Anti-Malware Anti-Malware now included (Exchange 2010 native only possible with implementing of transport rules AFTER the Virus was identified) The included Anti-Spam agents are relatively unchanged from Exchange 2010 Online Protection for Exchange (FOPE) hosted email filtering service is still available - Microsoft Exchange Online Protection (EOP) is the new version of this servicewww.digicomp.ch 13
  • Architectural Changes – Client Access Server Consist of of three components:  Client access protocols (HTTP, IMAP, POP)  SMTP  UM Call Router Thin, stateless (protocol sess.), nothing remains in memory, disk etc. (no session affinity needed for Load balancing) “Exchange-aware proxy server” Supports proxy and redirection logic for client protocols Capable of supporting legacy servers with redirect or proxy logic Public folder access finally also going through CAS No more RPC/MAPI Access for the clients Can be deployed with a single world-wide namespace www.digicomp.ch 14
  • Architectural Changes – Client Access Server Access to the CAS (and Mailbox) OWA Outlook EAS EAC PowerShell IMAP SMTP TelephonyLB Load Balancer SIP + RTP RedirectClient IIS POP, SMTP UMAccess HTTP Proxy IMAP IIS POP IMAP Transport UMMailbox RpcProxy OWA, EAS, RPS EWS, ECP, MDB MailQ RPC CA OAB www.digicomp.ch 15
  • Architectural Changes – Client Access Server Single Common Namespace Example with Round-Robin DNS DNS Resolution DNS Resolution via Geo-DNS mail.firma.ch Peter Peter(Somewhere in CH) (Traveling in US) Round-Robin Round-Robin between # of VIPs between # of VIPs VIP #1 VIP #2 VIP #1 VIP #2 DAG CH DAG US NA-DC1 www.digicomp.ch NA-DC2 NA-DC1 NA-DC2
  • Architectural Changes – Mailbox Server Access only through CAS for everything Server that hosts the components that process, render and store Exchange data – includes now all components (previously spread out in different roles) The database is still ESE, but the engine is using FAST and provides better and much faster search and index performance Rewritten store – each DB has it’s own Store worker process 99% less IOPS then in Exchange 2003 Possible to have multiple DBs per LUN  Use a single logical disk partition per physical disk  The number of database copies configured per volume should be equal to the number of copies of each database www.digicomp.ch 17
  • Architectural Changes – Mailbox ServerPublic Folder Public folders are stored in public folder mailboxes - no public folder databases anymore Each public folder mailbox will have unique data There is no PF replication as in previous versions. As the public folder data is stored in PF mailboxes, DAG can be used for high availability. No more multi-master replication As Outlook 2003 & earlier clients are not supported in 2013, there is no need form system public folders Public folders can be administered using the EAC & Shell (fully integrated now)www.digicomp.ch 18
  • Architectural Changes – Transport components Split of former Hub Transport role into Front End Transport, Transport Service and Mailbox Transport Service www.digicomp.ch 19
  • Architectural Changes – Transport components Delivery Groups are the new targets in Routing decisions: DAG, Mailbox DG, Connector Source Server, AD Site, Server List (DL Expansion) www.digicomp.ch 20
  • Architectural Changes – Transport components Safety Net (former Transport Dumpster) with configurable retention time (2 days) – works in conjunction with Shadow Redundancy www.digicomp.ch 21
  • Architectural Changes – Compliance In-Place eDiscovery allows searches for content in all Wave15 products Exchange, Sharepoint and Lync simultanously In-Place Hold (Legal Hold) is more granular and can be adjusted to specific time ranges or for specific objects. Also, archived Lync content can be searched inside the Exchange Mailbox Data Loss Prevention (DLP) warns or restricts if sensitive content is about to be sent out of the organization www.digicomp.ch 22
  • Client Access - Outlook 2013 Outlook 2013 connects to CAS by OA (RPCoverHTTPS) only Support for Apps for Office (e.g. Bing Maps or Weather) Office Web Apps Server is used by all Wave15 products to preview or view Office documents Attachment Reminder Sync Slider for Cached Mode allows setting of time range OST about 40% smaller than before People Hub integrates information from social networks in contacts Active Sync can be used to connect Outlook to Exchange (Hotmail) www.digicomp.ch 23
  • Client Access - Outlook Web App 2013 Offline Support with HTML5. Requirement: IE 10, Chrome 17+ or Safari 5 Support for Outlook Apps Automatic optimization for tablet- or smartphone sized screens(Touch- Wide, Touch-Narrow) (?layout=twide or tnarrow) www.digicomp.ch 24
  • Integration – Lync 2013 Requirements: Mailbox must be on Exchange 2013 OWA/Lync Integration Exchange 2013 Autodiscover Data accessible from Lync S2SOAuth Trust between Lync and Exchange Lync Storage Service and Unified Communications Managed API Features: Archiving Integration uses hidden folder (Purges) inside the Mailbox to archive conversations (instead of Lync SQL archive) Unified Contact Store accesses EWS on Exchange to store and retrieve contacts. Initialy, Lync contacts get migrated to the mailbox High Resolution Photos: AD – 48x48, Outlook – 96x96, Lync - 648x648 UM Integration: The UM role is split between CAS and MBX www.digicomp.ch 25
  • Integration – SharePoint 2013 eDiscovery with SharePoint eDiscovery Center over multiple SharePoint farms and Exchange Servers Site Mailboxes allow access to mails inside Sharepoint and to Sharepoint documents from Outlook www.digicomp.ch 26
  • Integration - Demo Lync SharePoint Public Folder www.digicomp.ch 27
  • Exchange Administrative Center Web-based administration through ECP website Allows administration of on-premises and online deployments Can be made accessible from outside the intranet Mailbox has to be on a Exchange 2013 server to work properly. Otherwise ?ExchClientVer=15 can be added to the URLwww.digicomp.ch 28
  • Cloud integrationPrerequisites Office 365 for enterprises AD sync Autodiscover DNS recordsImprovements Reduction of config tools Easier wizard process Two-factor (strong) authentication possible (need single sign-on)www.digicomp.ch 29
  • Office 365 – Exchange OnlinePreview status!Consider Cost HA Storage Security, privacy and regulatory compliance Migration Applicationswww.digicomp.ch 30
  • Installation / Migration Exchange 2010 need SP3, required for co-existence with Exchange 2013, is scheduled for first half of 2013, same for Exchange 2007 SP3 (Update Rollup)!! -> not mentioned in Technet only on Blogs… Coexistence also possible with mixed 2007/2010 environments AD 2003 forest functionality mode is enough (Schema update needed) 8 GB RAM minimum for MBX / 4 GB for CAS and 2008 R2 or 2012 OS 2013 mailbox users can access public folders hosted on Exchange 2010 or 2013. 2010 mailbox users can only access 2010 PFs. Install Mailbox role first Outlook 2013 works out of box. Outlook 2010 and 2007 needs an update to connect to Exchange 2013. Outlook 2003 and earlier are not supported with Exchange 2013 www.digicomp.ch 31
  • What’s missing Edge Server role No Public Folder access in OWA (most probably SP1) Only SSL-Bridging for CAS supported (no offloading) UAG cannot publish CAS 2013. A fix is expected in SP1 of 2013. TMG will work fine though. BUT TMG cannot be ordered after 01.12.2012!!Important discontinued Feature RPC over TCP (MAPI from the “clients”) Exchange 2013 does not support MAPI access (RPC), also not for third-party products. Outlook Anywhere (RPC over HTTPS) is the only method by which Outlook can connect, internally & externally Exchange 2013 is the LAST release that supports MAPI/CDO – switch to EWS www.digicomp.ch 32
  • Wrap up Building Blocks loosely coupled Simplified upgrade and inter operability No more direct access from clients to the MB-Server Rewritten Store service Public folder integration DLP Integration in Lync and SharePoint Outlook ost-File/Cache mode enhancements Outlook Web Access enhancements New Admin Centerwww.digicomp.ch 33
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