Dogfood conference 2010 - Exchange Server 2010


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Dogfood conference 2010 - Exchange Server 2010

  1. 1. Exchange Server 2010
  2. 2. Optimize for Software + Services • Email Archiving • Protect Communications • Advanced Security • Manage Inbox Overload • Enhance Voicemail • Collaborate Effectively • Continuous Availability • Simplify Administration • Deployment Flexibility Anywhere Access Flexible and Reliable Protection and Compliance
  3. 3. • Single platform for availability, backup, and recovery • Online mailbox moves keep users connected • Choice of storage from SAN to low-cost DAS • Modular server roles ease deployment Flexible and Reliable
  4. 4. • Evolution of Continuous Replication technology • Provides full redundancy of Exchange roles on as few as two servers • Reduce backup frequency through up to 16 replicas of each database • Can be deployed on a range of storage options Continuous Availability DB1 DB3 DB2 DB4 DB5 Recover quickly from disk and database failures DB1 DB2 DB4 DB5 DB3 DB1 DB2 DB4 DB5 DB3 Replicate databases to remote datacenter San Jose New York
  5. 5. AD site: Dallas Clients connect via CAS servers DB2 DB3 DB1 DB4 DB5 DB1 DB2 DB3 DB4 DB5 DB1 DB2 DB3 DB4 DB5 DB1 DB3 DB5 DB1 DB1 AD site: San Jose Failover managed within Exchange Easy to stretch across sites Database - centric failover Mailbox Resiliency Overview
  6. 6. Email Client Mailbox Server 1 Mailbox Server 2 Client Access Server • − Sending messages − Receiving messages − Accessing entire mailbox • Continuous Availability
  7. 7. Deployment Flexibility Storage Area Network (SAN) Direct Attached w/ SAS Disks JBOD SATA (RAID-less) Direct Attached w/ SATA Disks • Continual platform innovation yields over 70% reduction in disk I/O • Disk I/O patterns optimized for better hardware utilization • Resilience against corruption through automated page-level repairs
  8. 8. Available with Service Pack 1 Improved High Availability and Disaster Recovery • Improved Continuous Replication (Block Mode) • Improved support for 2-node datacenter resilient topologies • Faster failovers with improved post-failover client experience • Active Mailbox database redistribution
  9. 9. Email Archiving • Secondary mailbox with separate quota • Appears in Outlook and OWA • Managed through EMC or PowerShell • Automated and time-based criteria • Set policies at item or folder level • Expiry date shown in email message • Capture deleted and edited email messages • Offers single item restore • Notify user on hold • Web-based UI • Search primary, archive, and recoverable items • Delegate through roles-based admin
  10. 10. Personal Archive • A specialized Exchange mailbox configured and associated with the user’s primary mailbox • Delivers your users a familiar experience by seamlessly surfacing in both Outlook and Outlook Web App • Your users can use the same skills and methods they already use today to interact with archive email: • “Drag and Drop” email to folders • Create folders and categorize • Conduct searches and filter results • Reply to messages and set flags • Separate quotas may be set for archive and primary mailboxes ArchivePrimaryMailbox
  11. 11. Move and Delete Policies Apply Move and Delete Policies to Individual Messages Retention Policy and Expiry Details Policies Applied to All Email Within a Folder
  12. 12. Legal Hold Policy Set legal hold to capture all changes indefinitely Captured email data found in multi-mailbox search results • Optionally set an “on hold” alert message for users with Outlook 2010 • Provides separate settings to enable single item restore
  13. 13. Web-Based Multi-Mailbox Search Rich search criteria and targeting options Delegate capability to specialist users Results stored in specialized discovery mailbox
  14. 14. Simplified e-Discovery Results Attachments included with search results One query searches all possible locations Use built-in search and filtering to conduct additional investigation
  15. 15. Support for Tiered Storage in SP1 • Users primary and archive mailboxes can be located on the same or separate databases • Mailboxes can be moved together or separately • Allows for different strategies for current and historical email: • Different storage hardware • Separate Database Availability Groups • Different backup and recovery windows (RTOs/RPOs)
  16. 16. Available with Service Pack 1 Personal Archive Enhancements • Support for archive and primary mailboxes on separate databases • Outlook 2007 support (i.e., user’s personal archive folders appear) • .PST file import/export for archive and primary mailboxes • Support for “admin enabled” delegate access to archive • Archive provisioning and configuration with Exchange Control Panel • Exchange Web Services access to the archive mailbox Retention Policy Management Enhancements • Create and Configure Retention Tags and Policies in EMC • User Self-service for selection of optional Retention Policies in ECP Multi-Mailbox Search Enhancements • Search results preview including item count and keyword statistics • De-duplication of search results (optional)
  17. 17. Optimized for Software + Services PC PHONE WEB Consistent User Experience On-Premises Cloud Service
  18. 18. 0Flexible and Reliable What Customers Are Saying
  19. 19. 0 Protection & Compliance What Customers Are Saying
  20. 20. Questions? Optimize for Software + Services Anywhere Access Flexible and Reliable Protection and Compliance
  21. 21. © 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Exchange ActiveSync, Forefront, Outlook, Windows Mobile, and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries. The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.