Scaling Microsoft Exchange 2000 is the definitive book on how to design, maintain, and optimize large-scale Exchange Server messaging systems that meet the needs of demanding and rapidly growing organizations. Written by one of the industry's leading experts on Exchange Server performance optimization and scalability, Scaling Microsoft Exchange 2000 is a reference book for designing Exchange servers. It shows you how to maintain and operate your server according to ever more stringent service levels, while meeting the demand for increasing data growth and manageability. Bijaoui provides information on key technologies such as storage and systems architecture that can meet demands for greater availability. The book also explains the determining factors in designing large-scale Exchange 2000 deployments, and provides a methodology for getting the best out of your messaging and collaboration infrastructure.
· Pragmatic approach to performance analysis · Uses out-of-the-box Windows 2000 tools · Based on real-life deployment situations
Corporate IT professionals using Microsoft Exchange Server, specifically system designers and administrators
Exchange 2000 Architecture Exchange 2000 Scalability Exchange 2000 and Windows 2000 Technologies for Exchange 2000 Deployments Optimizing Exchange 2000 Performance and Monitoring Best Practices
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- © Digital Press 2002
- 8th January 2002
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"You can't deliver scalable, reliable Exchange unless you understand how the application interacts with hardware. Scaling Microsoft Exchange 2000 provides an excellent insight into an aspect of deployment that's often forgotten—how to maximize the hardware investment."—Tony Redmond, Vice President and Chief Technical Officer, Hewlett-Packard Consulting and Integration. "Pierre Bijaoui's expertise and experience in understanding high-performance, highly available, and highly scalable systems radiates from every page. A big book, dealing with a complex area, yet logical and entertaining to read."—Kieran McCorry, Principal Consultant, Applied Microsoft Technologies Group, Hewlett-Packard.