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Getting Microsoft Exchange 2010 into the Private Cloud Retain Control of Exchange While Shifting to a New Model for IT Brian Henderson Technical Marketing Manager powerwindows.wordpress.com Q+A: Dustin Smith, Paul Galjan

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Agenda Getting Microsoft Exchange 2010 into the Private Cloud Virtualization and Private Cloud Review Industry Trends Cloud Computing Comparison Journey to Private Cloud Exchange 2010 Virtualization and Cloud Best Practices A 6-Step Process to Virtualize Exchange Customer Story Frequently Asked Questions Storage Replication Backups

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Verticalization … or Virtualization ? Industry Trends Exchange, SharePoint ,SQL Server Exchange SharePoint SQL Server Application Applications Middleware Server Storage Database Storage Virtual Infrastructure Operating System Operating System Operating System Operating System Storage Pool CPU Pool Network "End to end" stack Best of breed

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HUB/CAS Exchange Why Virtualize EDGE Aging, Physical Infrastructures MAILBOXES Inefficient Servers Inefficient processor sorts Putting out an excessive number of BTU\'s Excess power/cooling Inefficient Management Slow provisioning Separate apparatuses Inefficient Disaster Recovery Inconsistent reinforcement/DR Separate instruments High Cost of Ownership SharePoint WEB SERVERS APPLICATION SQL DATABASES Basic Infrastructure & Test/Dev ACTIVE DIRECTORY DHCP DNS SANDBOX

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Exchange After Virtualization Virtualized Components Reduce physical servers Increase use Slash control/cooling charges Save rack space Provision servers speedier Consolidate insurance methodologies Gain speed and nimbleness Improve benefit levels Decrease general expenses SharePoint Infrastructure & Test/Dev

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Cloud Computing

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Concerns Security Compliancy Manageability Customization Integration Features Service Levels Architecture Support Cloud Computing Comparison Private Cloud versus Public Clouds Security In Public Cloud Most Concerning By Factor Of 3* 70% Will Spend More On Private Cloud Through 2012 Only 8% Spend More On Public Cloud Public Private Off-Premises On-Premises Control * ( Gartner Note: G00200440, 2009 DC Conf Polls)

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Federation Virtualization Information Public Cloud Security Private Cloud Benefits of Private Cloud Control, Choice, Efficiency Hybrid Cloud On-Premises Third-Party

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Virtual SQL SharePoint Exchange Getting to The Cloud While Retaining Control Private Hybrid 3 2 1 Virtualized Public Distributed YESTERDAY TODAY TOMORROW SQL SharePoint Exchange

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Comparing Approaches Getting from Your Current Architecture to Tomorrow Service Providers Option An Option B. EMC Security Good Compliancy Bad Manageability Good Customization Bad Current 1 Security Good Compliancy Good Manageability Good Customization Good 2 Private Security Bad Compliancy Bad Manageability Bad Customization Bad 3 Public Choices Security Good Compliancy Bad Manageability Good Customization Bad 4

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Example: Managed Private Clouds EMC Consulting Offers Additional Cloud Options What in the event that you could get facilitated Exchange without bargain in elements and usefulness? Security Good Compliancy Good Manageability Good Customization Good On-premises Off-Premises

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The Journey to the Private Cloud

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The Journey to the Private Cloud Microsoft Exchange View 1 2 3 Virtualize Exchange Server Roles First, "Low Requirement" Roles (Everything except Mailbox Servers ) Then "High Requirement" Roles ( Mailbox Servers ) Virtualize Test/Dev and Network Infrastructure Sandbox Environments AD, DNS, DHCP Legacy Systems (NT, W2000 ) Create Automated Processes Based on Virtualized Layers Dynamic Provisioning of Server, Storage, and Networking Resources Policy-based Management and Chargeback Reporting B

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The Journey to the Private Cloud Guidance to Get You There Faster 1 2 3 Techbooks Whitepapers Proven Solutions Techbooks Whitpapers Proven Solutions Whitepapers Proven Solutions VBlock B EMC Consulting

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Exchange 2010 Virtualization and Cloud Best Practices

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Exchange 2010 Improvements Changes and Enhancements Storage Engine Changed pattern, page estimate Accommodates bigger letter boxes 70% lessening in IOPS Database Replication Database Availability Groups Built into Exchange 2010 Uses Clustering, Log-Shipping Server 1 Server 2 Server 3 DB1 DB2 DB3 duplicate LAN-Based Log-Shipping Updates Copies Clustering Controls Failover Functionality

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Microsoft Exchange – Detailed Differences

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Virtualizing Exchange 2010 CAS Hub Mailbox UM MS Guidelines for Exchange 2010 Virtualization http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa996719.aspx

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A 6-Step Process to Virtualize Exchange Measure Design Prepare Install Pilot/Test Go Live

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Measure or Estimate Workload Measure Workload with ExSPA Measure Use the Microsoft Exchange Server Profile Analyzer to gather data from your present condition . Configuration Prepare Example: 1 physical area 16,000 clients Mailbox profiles Average - 10 messages sent/40 got every day Average message size of 50KB 500MB letter box standard Install Pilot/Test Go Live

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Measure or Estimate Workload Storage Building Block Formula Measure Knowing User Profiles, Define Mailbox Server VMs, Using the Formula Design ( IOPs * %R) + WP (IOPs * %W ) Prepare = Required Physical Disks Physical Disk Speed Install Pilot/Test Go Live

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Design the Virtual Machines http://www.emc.com/security/arrangements/white-papers/h7018-trade vmax-vp-vsphere-wp.pdf Example : Designing a Building Block Measure Design Prepare Install Pilot/Test Go Live Microsoft Exchange 2010 Efficiency, Flexibility, Performance, and Availability emc.com/trade

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Design the Virtual Machines Example : Designing a Building Block Measure Design Mailbox Servers Prepare Install Pilot/Test Storage Volumes Go Live

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Prepare Virtual Management Measure Networking . Capacity. vCenter . Lab Mgr VMotion . HA. DRS. DPM. Configuration Prepare Install Pilot/Test Go Live

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Install Microsoft Applications Measure Install Microsoft Applications/Databases and Move Mailboxes Deployment Steps Microsoft Exchange Deployment Guide Install Client Access Server(s) Prepare Schema Install Hub Transport(s) Install Mailbox Server(s ) Use the Exchange Best Practices Analyzer ExBPA examines for routine arrangement blunders Design Prepare Install Pilot/Test Go Live

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Test and Pilot Measure Test Disk IO with JetStress , Loadgen * Look for Reference Architectures that are like your setup Design Prepare DAS or SAN? We\'re trying both. For extensive scale proficiency = SAN For little, ease = DAS Install Pilot/Test VMAX Midrange Iomega AX4 Approx 2000 clients Approx 250 clients Up to 100,000+ clients Approx 80,000 clients Go Live EMC Proven Solutions Reference Architectures

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Go Live. Watch Performance. Measure Design Prepare Install Pilot/Test Go Live

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Customer Success: Sherweb Exchange 2010 Hosting Provider Challenge Providing mail administrations for 60,000 clients while keeping administration of an extensive scale stockpiling foundation under control Competition offering huge letter boxes (20 – 30GB) for lower cost Solution EMC Consultant broke down condition and gave a proposal in light of EMC Proven Solutions testing results and TCO examination more than 5 years EMC CLARiiON CX4-480, SATA, Thin Provisioning, DAGs Benefits EMC CLARiiON CX4-480 scales to almost one petabyte of limit EMC CLARiiON with 2TB SATA drives offer aggressive cost per post box Thin Provisioning innovation permits client to " pay as they develop " as opposed to overpaying for capacity forthright Virtual servers can be conveyed in hours rather than weeks For more data please visit : www.emc.com/trade

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Q: Should I Use DAS or SAN Storage? An: Either one will work. DAS or SAN? We\'re trying both. For little, minimal effort = DAS For vast scale effectiveness = SAN Best long haul TCO = SAN Virtualization prepared = SAN DAS or SAN? We\'re trying both. For expansive scale effectiveness = SAN For little, ease = DAS AX4 Midrange V-Max Iomega Approx 2000 clients Approx 80,000 clients Up to 100,000+ clients Approx 250 clients First comprehend your workload including Background Database Maintenance Protocol: Consider your necessities and pick in like manner Disk: Most regular for Exchange 2010 10K FC and 7.2K SATA RAID5 or 6 Formatting and arrangement contemplations – Windows 2008 is better Consider thin provisioning for SAN organizations Use the Microsoft Storage Calculator as a beginning stage We walk you through how we plan stockpiling for Exchange Use versatile building pieces: X clients fit on Y circles.

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DAS SAN ( EMC Virtual Provisioning ) 5000 Exchange clients x 5GB Mailboxes 25 TB 5000 Exchange clients x 1GB Mailboxes 5 TB In DAS world, individuals overbuy limit all the time Instead, purchase the correct size, and pay as you develop with EMC\'s virtual provisioning. Dynamic Capacity Management utilizing EMC Virtual Provisioning Functionality

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DAS SAN (Fully Automated Storage Tiering) Flash SATA Cloud future In DAS world, execution issues are understood by including more plate Today\'s EMC stockpiling cluster can consequently conform the workload for you Automated Performance Management with EMC Fully Automated Storage Tiering (FAST)

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Replication Method Recovery Point Objective (RPO) Recovery Time Objective (RTO) TIME Potential information misfortune Time to recoup full administration No misfortune Seconds to minut

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