sponsored by Dell, Inc.
Premiered:  Sep 25, 2007, 09:00 EDT (13:00 GMT)
Format:  Multimedia
Type:  Webcast
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:
What is Exchange 2007 really worth to your organization without the proper storage system to back it up? This Webcast will help you design a storage system that best matches the needs of your organization, providing tips on determining system needs and tools and resources for implementation.

Are you concerned about availability, fault tolerance and performance? If so, it is critical that you understand how to optimize your storage system for Exchange Server 2007. This Webcast will walk you through the process of designing the best storage system for your Exchange 2007 deployment by:

  • Examining the factors you need to consider in designing exchange storage, such as architecture changes
  • Explaining how to determine your storage requirements based on IO and capacity requirements
  • Comparing Direct Attached SAS versus SAN attached Fibre Channel in order to help you choose which storage topology best fits your needs




Speaker

Casey Birch
Product Marketing Manager for Exchange Solutions, Dell



BROWSE RELATED WEBCASTS
Capacity Planning | Email Archiving | Microsoft Exchange | SAN | Storage Hardware | Storage Management

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