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Customer Ebs2008 Tdm Overview
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Customer Ebs2008 Tdm Overview
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Customer Ebs2008 Tdm Overview
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  • Spend some time here and interact with students and lay the groundwork for the benefits of SBS.Ask students if these are these the only challenges midsized IT staff has? What other challenges can you think of? Work efficiently, as too much time is spent on routine tasks Build and maintain customer relationships before it becomes too difficult to respond to their needsCustomer information is stored all over the place Save time, and stay organizedOrganize e-mail and filter out spam quickly and easilyTrack all tasks, e-mail, and appointments more effectively Manage all customer information in one placeOrganize customer contact and communications in Microsoft® Office Outlook® 2007 Manage business communications/e-mail
  • The Windows Essential Business Server software suite is a Microsoft server product that combines several key Microsoft technologies to meet the needs of typical midsize organizations. With Windows Essential Business Server, businesses benefit from the power and versatility of a multiserver, multicomputer network, and IT administrators enjoy significantly reduced installation time and complexity. Administrators can perform most of their daily operations tasks from a single integrated console. Administrators can also connect remotely to the Windows Essential Business Server Administration Console.Technology has always promised to solve problems, not create them. EBS 2008 enables midsize organizations to benefit from the power and versatility of a multiple-server network by offering features such as: Combining several Microsoft® Server products and technologies into a single, integrated solutionProviding planning toolsOptimizing the configuration of server applications and server rolesReducing the time IT administrators spend planning the network and installing and configuring applications
  • Main objective: Speak to solutions as powerful, full version Server Software with Security Technologies integrated and packaged in a way that meets the unique needs of SMB customers.Talking Points:What we’re announcing: We are introducing Windows Essential Server Solutions – a family of integrated server solutions designed to meet the unique needs of small and midsize businesses. These forthcoming products are the best way for SMBs to get Windows Server 2008 plus Microsoft’s server software and security technologies, at a discount compared to stand alone products2. Why we’re building solutions designed for SMBs: SMB customers have needs similar to enterprise (Big-company level reliability, management and security) but lack big company resources and personnel. Traditional infrastructure products are often too complex and assume a level of expertise that most SMBs do not have. To address these challenges, we are building solutions based on the our enterprise-class server technologies and integrating them in a way that simplifies our customers’ experience when using the software. 2. What we’re delivering:Our customers describe their day as fighting fires – reactive to IT issues and leaving little time to focus on innovation and growing the business. They are resource constrained – usually 1-3 full time IT professionals on staff to run IT (and in the case of many small businesses, no full time IT Staff person). We often hear, “I am IT in my company”. Windows Essential Server Solutions deliver the same, powerful servers that enterprise companies use, and we integrate them into an all in one solution that simplifies the initial set up and ongoing management – best practices are built in by default providing greater predictability. In addition to the integration to best practices, we have designed our solutions with unique features tailored to the needs of our customers that further simplifies the experience, such as a single administration console, remote access through Remote Web Workplace, single license for all included products - and Extensibility – the ability to monitor additional and 3rd party applications from the single console. (eliminates the need to log into multiple and disparate tools.3. What customers will get:The whole is greater than the sum of its parts…(The Operating System - WS, being the heart of the solution integrated with products that enable business productivity, improved security against threats, and a foundation to run 3rd party or business applications). ”All In One Solutions” give SMB customers a platform/or IT Foundation of core products to run a network infrastructure while improving efficiency and productivity and enabling them to grow their business capacity. Multiplying the capabilities of the individual server products to an optimized and simplified experience. Customers will get the server software they are familiar with while taking advantage of more of the component products rich functionality and receiving more value from our products.
  • Next slide will focus on EBS. Here, point out smaller brother SBS as the version below EBS or the version to grow from to EBS.SBS will support up to 75 users/devices but it is recommended that the server support up to 50 PCs before considering a move to EBS. EBS supports up to300 users/devices.
  • Briefly describe the two editions of EBS: one is a three-server solution, the other is a four-server solution. Next slides will describe the included technologies.Windows Essential Business Server 2008 comes in two editions: Standard and Premium. A client access license (CAL) for all included products simplifies license management.Standard Edition will run as three instances of Windows and Premium Edition will run as four instances, with the fourth server running Windows 2008 Standard Server and Microsoft® SQL Server® 2008 for Line of Business applications.The initial Windows Essential Business Server 2008 boxincludes five client access licenses (CALs) for Standard and Premium Editions.Windows Essential Business Server 2008 allows for purchasing of additional CALs in packs of 1/5/10/20/50 through the Open program.All processor and memory limits match Windows Server® 2008 Standard Edition.
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    • 1. Introduction and Technical Overview<br />Name<br />Title<br />Company<br />
    • 2. Agenda<br />Midsize Business Challenges<br />Windows Essential Business Server 2008<br />Two editions<br />Latest technologies<br />Additional value<br />A Closer Look<br />Q&A<br />
    • 3. Midsize Organization Challenges<br />
    • 4. What Windows Essential Business Server 2008 Offers<br />
    • 5. Windows Essential Server Solutions{Enterprise-class Server Solutions, designed and priced for SMB }<br />
    • 6. Windows Essential Server Solutions<br />300<br />25<br />100<br />75<br />Number of PCs<br />Ideal for businesses with fewer than 75 users/computers<br />“First server” and/or “Right server” and/or “Multi-server”<br />Standard edition = 1 server<br />Premium edition = 2 servers<br />Ideal for businesses with fewer than 300 users/computers<br />Built for businesses with IT professional(internal or trusted advisor)<br />Integrated, uniquely configured replacement for your personalized core IT infrastructure<br />Standard edition = 3 servers<br />Premium edition = 4 servers<br />Centralized IT core services management <br />
    • 7. Windows Essential Business Server 2008<br />Standard<br />Premium<br />Messaging Server<br />Windows Server 2008 Standard technologies<br />Microsoft Exchange Server® 2007 Standard Edition<br />Microsoft Forefront™ Security for Exchange Server2<br />Security Server<br />Windows Server 2008 Standard technologies<br />Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Standard Edition<br />Forefront Threat Management Gateway, Medium Business Edition3<br />Management Server<br />Windows Server® 2008 Standard technologies <br />Microsoft System Center Essentials 2007<br />Windows® SharePoint® Services 3.01<br />DatabaseServer<br />Windows Server 2008 Standard<br />Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Standard <br />Standard, Plus…<br />Supports <br />300 users or devices<br />300+ pages of best practices built in<br />25 security setting pre-configured<br />1 product, 1 price, 1 CAL<br />129 set up screens reduced to 30<br />1While Windows® SharePoint® Services 3.0 is not shipped with Essential Business Server 2008, a step as part of the setup process is provided to download Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 at no additional cost.<br />2One year Microsoft Forefront Security for Exchange Server subscription included in the product.<br />3One year Web Antimalware Subscription for Forefront Threat Management Gateway, Medium Business Edition included in product.<br />
    • 8. Minimum System Requirements<br />
    • 9. Windows EBS 2008 Value-Added Features<br />*System Center Essentials, Windows Server Update Services, Forefront Threat Management Gateway, and Forefront Security for Exchange Server<br />
    • 10. Windows Server 2008 Standard<br />
    • 11. Microsoft Exchange Server 2007<br />OutlookMobile<br />Outlook Web Access<br />Outlook on the desktop<br />
    • 12. System Center Essentials 2007<br />
    • 13. Windows Server Update Services 3.0 SP1<br />
    • 14. Forefront Security for Exchange Server<br />
    • 15. Forefront Threat Management Gateway<br />
    • 16. Windows EBS 2008 Premium Technologies<br />
    • 17. Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Standard<br />
    • 18. Administration Console<br />
    • 19. Windows EBS Tools and Wizards<br />Navigation tabs<br />Results pane<br />Tasks Pane<br />Details pane<br />
    • 20. Easy Access To Native Consoles<br />
    • 21. Simplified Installation With Integrated Installation Wizard<br />
    • 22. Integrated Installation Wizard<br />
    • 23. Windows EBS Network Environment Requirements<br />
    • 24. Supported Topologies: Non-routed Network<br />Single-subnet network with firewall<br />Single-subnet network with Windows Essential Business Server Security Server firewall<br />
    • 25. Supported Topologies: Routed Networks<br />Multiple subnet network<br />Multiplesubnet networkwith Windows Essential Business Server<br />
    • 26. Supported Topologies: Site-to-Site VPN<br />Routed networks with virtual private networking<br />Site-to-site VPN network<br />Site-to-site VPN network with EBS<br />
    • 27. Intuitive System Health Model<br />
    • 28. Integrated Licensing<br />
    • 29. Extensible Administration Console<br />
    • 30. Q&A<br />
    • 31. © 2008 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries.<br />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.<br />
    • 32. Appendix<br />
    • 33. Windows EBS 2008 Features and Advantages<br />
    • 34. Product Overview<br />*<br />* Additional server part of Premium Edition only<br />
    • 35. Integrated Technologies and Architecture<br />*<br />
    • 36. Server Hardware Requirements<br />
    • 37. New User Account Wizard<br />
    • 38. Install CAL Packs Wizard<br />
    • 39. Windows Essential Business Server - UI <br />
    • 40. Streamlined Deployment<br />Reduce deployment and planning complexity and time<br />Intelligent checks on user’s inputs to remove setup errors<br />Planning worksheets<br />Guidance<br />Role based configuration<br />
    • 41. Migration<br />Simple checklist<br />Follow best-practice methodology<br />Detailed help with the complex tasks<br />Most common scenarios out-of-the-box<br />Utilize MS migration tools<br />Pre-requisite checker also in development<br />Checks for locks & limit restrictions<br />Recommends remediation work if required – AD, Exchange<br />
    • 42. Under the hood – Setup & configuration<br />Uniform areas<br />Workloads & versions installed<br />Workload location & basic configuration<br />Flexibility Supported<br />Multiple Subnets<br />Branch offices<br />Extra existing firewall & DMZ<br />Drive data flexibility<br />The best mix of uniform and flexible<br />Best practices enforced<br />Uniformity for VAP & CSS supportability<br />Flexibility for mid sized company environments<br />
    • 43. Environment Health<br />View health across your entire network<br />Focus on business services<br />Sending & Receiving Email<br />Log on to Network Resources<br />Internet Access<br />One console across all three servers<br />Resolve issues quickly by connecting to the right console<br />Built from SCE speeds and feeds<br />
    • 44. Computer and Device Management<br />Single view of all computers and devices on the network<br />Easily patch, manage and deploy software <br />Patches console integrated<br />Full access to SCE patching<br />Focus on day to day support tasks<br />Most midsized organizations spend a large amount of time here<br />Manage Windows Server, Clients and Printers<br />
    • 45. Security & Access<br />One of the broadest out of box security suites available<br />Integrated security best practices<br />All up Security Dashboard – Integrating 3rd Party via extensibility<br />Remote Access<br />Remote Web Workplace<br />Terminal Services Gateway<br />
    • 46. Under the hood - Security<br />Windows Essential Business Server is industry best practices for SMB<br />Working closely Microsoft Security Architects<br />Incorporating security best practices across workloads and environment configurations<br />Including<br />Multiple threat gateway<br />Protection across top pipes<br />Email (AV, spam)<br />web (ports, URL, AV)<br />All up view of security<br />Extensible<br />Defense in depth<br />
    • 47. demo<br />Unified Administration<br />
    • 48. Remote Web Workplace<br />
    • 49. Extensible Console<br />Common user experience across all workloads – Visually Integrate MS & 3rd Party applications<br />Isolated runtime and logging (multi threaded, thread isolation)<br />Add-in manager for admin control<br />See all add-ins in one location<br />Remove add-ins<br />Safe mode to isolate any add on issues<br />Picture of add on manager and selecting add ons to load<br />SharePoint 1/20/08 System App Enable Microsoft 1.0.0<br />Dynamics CRM 1/20/08 System App Enable Microsoft 1.0.0<br />
    • 50. demo<br />Extensibility<br />
    • 51. Virtualization & Performance<br />Virtualization is supported (Hyper-V whitepaper)<br />Why Virtualize?<br />Backup & disaster recovery<br />Broader Server Consolidation<br />Essential Business Server Utilization is optimized<br />15 workload on 3 boxes<br />Performance balanced<br />Security considered<br />Guidance coming on how best to do this<br />
    • 52. OEM Support<br />Intel Modular Server<br />HP C Class Blade<br />IBM Bladecenter S<br />
    • 53. Windows Essential Server Solutions “Family”<br />{ Enterprise-class Server Solutions, Designed and Priced for SMB }<br />Small Business Server 2008 Standard<br />Small Business Server 2008 Premium<br />Essential Business Server 2008 Standard<br />Essential Business Server 2008 Premium<br />
    • 54. Which to Choose<br />Windows Essential Business Server 2008 <br />Windows Small Business Server 2008<br />Number of PCs<br />100<br />50<br />250<br />25<br />Point at which, on average, <br />businesses hire Full-time IT person<br />Essential Business Server 2008<br />Small Business Server <br />2008<br />Built for Businesses with IT Professional<br />Built for Businesses without internal IT Professional<br />Unified administration of <br />multiple-server IT environment <br />Simplified administration of <br />core server infrastructure <br />Engage your local Microsoft Partner to help you choose and implement <br />the right solution for your business, and complement your in-house IT skills.<br />Designed for 250 users or less<br />Designed for 50 users or less<br />
    • 55. Resources<br />MSPP Windows Essential Server Solutions https://partner.microsoft.com/multiplyyourpower<br />Windows Essential Server Solutions webcastshttps://training.partner.microsoft.com/plc/search_adv.aspx?ssid=2ff59e1b-42b9-4802-afc1-a02fb3d5eca3<br />
    • 56. Resources<br />Windows EBS TechNet Libraryhttp://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc514031.aspx<br />Windows SBS TechNet Libraryhttp://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc527559.aspx<br />The SBS Official Bloghttp://blogs.technet.com/sbs/default.aspx<br />The EBS Official Bloghttp://blogs.technet.com/essentialbusinessserver/default.aspx<br />Nick King’s Bloghttp://blogs.technet.com/nking/default.aspx<br />Sean Daniel’s Bloghttp://sbs.seandaniel.com/<br />

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