Don’t miss this TechNet Webcast: Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Storage Deep Dive (Level 300)!
Product(s): Microsoft Exchange Server 2007.
Audience(s): IT Professionals.
Duration: 90 Minutes
Start Date: Friday, July 18, 2008 8:00 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada)
In this webcast, we provide advanced training and tools to help you design the right storage architecture for your Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 deployment, with an emphasis on the Mailbox server role. Expand your knowledge of Extensible Storage Engine (ESE) architecture. Learn how to properly balance disk performance and capacity. See the Exchange Server 2007 mailbox storage requirements calculator in action. Understand the Microsoft best practices for designing, testing, and monitoring your storage solution.
Presenter: Ross Smith IV, Technology Architect, Microsoft Corporation
Ross Smith joined Microsoft in 2001 as a messaging systems engineer working for Microsoft IT where he focused on Microsoft Exchange Server 2000 and Windows SharePoint Services designs. After a stint in Microsoft IT, Ross moved to Premier as an alliance support consultant supporting a variety of customers’ Exchange Server and Active Directory implementations. For the last several years, Ross has been a member of the Exchange Center of Excellence (ECoE). The ECoE’s goal is to provide high impact, value, and volume expertise to Microsoft customers, Microsoft field personnel, and the product groups. Ross is a jack of all trades and focuses on most aspects of Exchange Server, including storage, security, client access, and transport.