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Microsoft Lync Mobility

Microsoft Lync Mobility

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  • 1. Partner Academy Lync Mobile – Clients, Server & Deployment Planning (UC123PAL) December 9, 2011 Brian Crum Product Manager brcrum@microsoft.com Caroline Chung Girija Bhagavatula Product Manager Senior Program Manager cachung@microsoft.com girijab@microsoft.com
  • 2. Lync Works Platforms and DevicesPC Mac Browser Mobile Desk Phones
  • 3. Release Timeline – Mobility Service & Lync Mobile Clients Week of December 12th December 9th Lync 2010 for other Lync Server 2010 Mobility Service & mobile platformsclient/server/deployment documentation available available December 12th Lync 2010 for Windows Phone Available in the WP Marketplace
  • 4. Lync mobile clients enable you to stayconnected, communicate and conference on-the-go• Stay connected, while controlling your availability• Communicate with a single, consistent identity• Join audio conferences with a single touch• Familiar and intuitive design iOS
  • 5. Key Mobile Scenarios and Features Stay connected to your network StayConnected, Communicate and Control your availabilityConference on the go Communicate from virtually anywhere
  • 6. I can stay connected to my network Lync mobile clients allow you to communication in new ways, from virtually anywhere▪ Signature Scenarios ▪ I can quickly & easily see the status of the contacts I care about most ▪ I can find and contact colleagues based on relationships ▪ I can remain connected while protecting “off-work” time▪ Supporting Features ▪ Lync 2010 and Office 365 support ▪ View and expand contact groups ▪ View contacts presence and personal note ▪ Search the corporate address book ▪ Offline contact caching
  • 7. I control my availability Lync mobile clients allow me control how and when people contact me▪ Signature Scenarios ▪ I have control over how others see me ▪ I am confident Lync Mobile will protect my personal life ▪ I can use a single device for both work and personal communication▪ Supporting Features ▪ Edit and publish presence, and note ▪ Control push notification settings ▪ Update call forwarding and simultaneous ring settings ▪ Virtual work line – Single Number Reach
  • 8. I can communicate from virtually anywhere Lync mobile clients allow me communicate quickly and easily▪ Signature Scenarios ▪ I can easily see missed communications at a glance ▪ I can start multiple modes of communication with a single touch ▪ I can manage multiple conversations at once▪ Supporting Features ▪ Join conferences with a single touch ▪ IM, multi-party IM ▪ One touch calling (Call via Work) ▪ Device notification integration ▪ Conversation window management
  • 9. IM/P and Contact Management▪ Contacts: Photo, Contact list, Contact card, Enterprise search▪ Presence: My status, Contact presence▪ Instant Messaging: IM, Multi-party IM, send location Windows Nokia iPhone iPad Android Feature Phone (7.5 Symbian 3 (iOS 4+) (iOS 4+) (2.3+) “Mango”) (SR2 1.11+) Presence and Instant Messaging Lync and Lync Online connectivity      New UI, Photo, status, Presence      View Lync Contact List      Search in Corporate Directory and view     contact card IM, Multi-party Conversation      Distribution List expansion      Manage contact list 
  • 10. Audio Conferencing ▪ Single touch to join a scheduled Lync online meeting ▪ Lync callback to the configured phone number with Lync Mobile ▪ Windows Phone 7.5 “Mango” & Nokia Symbian utilize Exchange/Outlook so that the join conference feature is integrated in the calendar ▪ Meeting pane is used on iPhone/iPad to provide the join button ▪ Android has only URL based join launcher ▪ On iPad, callback is made to another device (no 3G voice channel on an iPad) Windows Nokia iPhone iPad Android Feature Phone (7.5 Symbian 3 (iOS 4+) (iOS 4+) (2.3+) “Mango”) (SR2 1.11+) Join Lync Conference from Calendar (PSTN Callback)      Calendar Integration   Meeting Pane Integration  10
  • 11. Outside Voice▪ Lync is my single phone identity ▪ One phone number on my business card, no need to broadcast your mobile number to your colleagues ▪ People can reach me virtually anywhere ▪ Lync can ring my PC and mobile so that I never miss a call Windows Nokia iPhone iPad Android Feature Phone (7.5 Symbian 3 (iOS 4+) (iOS 4+) (2.3+) “Mango”) (SR2 1.11+) Single Number Reach     Call via work (PSTN Callback)     Call forwarding      Calling From Contact Card     Calling from Conversation Window    
  • 12. Lync Server 2010 Mobility Service▪ Optimized web interface ▪ Optimizes battery/bandwidth usage between client & server ▪ Improves start up time for the client ▪ Caches state during network glitches for client re-sync ▪ Delivers push notifications to Lync mobile apps on iPhone/ iPad / Windows Phone ▪ Deploys as part of the consolidated topology as a web component on FE serversWave Goal W14 CU4 • Multi-platform Lync Mobile ClientsQ4 CY 2011 • On premise and service deployments • Deliver core Lync features (Contacts, Presence, IM, Outside Voice, Conference) • Integrate with standard Lync Manageability tools (management shell cmdlets, Auto-Discovery)
  • 13. Lync Server 2010 Mobility Service - Architecture GSM Media Gateway Reverse Proxy InternetMediation Microsoft Push Server Lync Server with Notification Service Mobility Service Lync Push Notification Clearing Apple Push House Services Notification Service Edge Server
  • 14. Deployment▪ On-prem ▪ Install CU4 on all roles ▪ Upgrade Directors and FEs ▪ Update Lync Certificates to include LyncDiscover.Domain1. ▪ Configure Reverse Proxy rules to Mobility web services ▪ Configure DNS CName to allow Lync Mobile clients to discover Mobility service web end-point ▪ Enable Mobility, Outside voice policy for users ▪ Enable push-notification for on-prem deployments ▪ Admin controls for supported mobile client/ OS/ Device version▪ Online ▪ Vanity domains require DNS CName configuration ▪ No other deployment steps needed ▪ Support for Outside Voice will be available in a later update1 Deployments with multiple sip domains could connect over http and use secure connection once redirected
  • 15. Push Notifications Clearing House
  • 16. Mobility Capacity Planning- Deployed as part of consolidated topology as web component on Front Ends- No additional server roles required- More info available in mobility docs on TechNet and Download center Estimate Measure Capacity Monitor KHIs mobility usage current Planning capacity metrics
  • 17. Monitoring▪ Mobility Performance Counters ▪ Push Notifications counters ▪ Voice calls e.g. inbound/ outbound failures ▪ Requests succeeded/ failed ▪ Session related counters e.g. concurrent active sessions, active poll count etc.▪ Other Performance counters ▪ Available Memory ▪ Request Queue Limit ▪ Maximum Concurrent Threads/ Requests▪ Alerts ▪ Push notification connectivity failure
  • 18. Calls to Action Understand theclients, server capacity Leverage Thru Partner Talk to your customers planning and Materials deployment Leverage Thru Partner Materials
  • 19. Resources▪ Thru-partner Marketing Materials will be made available during the week of December 12th – stay tuned!▪ TechNet Documentation ▪ Planning for Mobility: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=235303 ▪ Deploying Mobility: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=235304 ▪ Monitoring Mobility for Performance: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=235305▪ Microsoft Download Center ▪ Mobility Guide: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=235301 ▪ Release Notes: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=235302
  • 20. Q&AUse Q&A to submit your questions and comments.
  • 21. Partner Academy Backup
  • 22. Capacity Planning – Contoso Scenario Walkthrough Capacity Plan • Current capacity: • 2500 mobile users/ FE Mobility • 967 MB (minimum requirement memory for mobility/ FE) • Mobility for 30,000 Lync Current capacity users • On FE Failover: • 75,000 Lync users • Users either iPhone or WP • 2727 mobile users/ FE • 3 pools with 4 FE servers • User Model similar to Lync • Additional load of 74 MB/ Server 2010 capacity user FE • Per FE model • Conclusion: • 6250 users • Per FE • No additional capacity • 3 GB Available memory required per FE • 2500 Background devices • CPU <60%
  • 23. Auto Discovery