Architecting and Administering Microsoft Exchange

TU10 Capacity Management for Exchange: Lessons from the Field

March 15th, 2011

1:45 PM - 3:00 PM

Level: Intermediate

J. Peter Bruzzese

ClipTraining/Conversational Geek/InfoWorld/Mimecast

Jay Gundotra

Jay Paul Gundotra


Managing Director, Founder

ENow Inc

How are you facing the challenge of satisfying your user’s ever growing storage needs? Capacity management is a necessary task for any administrator that wishes to keep his messaging system from spiraling out of control. New features within Exchange 2010 make it possible to adjust our views of capacity management thanks to improved storage, a new storage model, and better I/O performance. If you are considering making the move to Exchange 2010, you do not want to miss this session. You will learn the pros and cons of using the various storage technologies including DAS, SAN, FDDI and iSCSI. You will also walk away with some real world best practices that will ensure you not only meet your user’s needs today, but also in the future.