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September 8, 2009

Exchange 2010 High Availability and Why it is different from Exchange 2007?

Filed under: General — telnet25 @ 12:31 pm

Harold seems to post Scotts video in regards to High availability in exchange 2010. One of the most exiting future for sure build into Exchange 2010 is DAG ( database availability group)

  • Remember In exchange 2007 CCR, Cluster continues replication you can have one active one passive database configuration..
  • DAG gives you 16 mailbox servers thus you get 16 copies of each database on each server.

Scott Schnoll shares insights on the new High Availability option in Exchange Server 2010 that provides for better availability of Exchange databases using DAGs.

When design comes into as you can tell very flexible and smart design might be the best suit in your large environment.

Check it out real nice one, click on below picture


oz Casey Dedeal,

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