Lync Virtualisation

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Microsoft Lync includes capabilities for real time communications such as IM, audio, video, and conferencing. Learn how virtualisation solutions impact these communications and how to best deploy Lync when leveraging virtualisation capabilities. Discuss common virtualisation features and their support and impact on Microsoft Lync server, the virtualisation options for Lync Server and Lync clients, and understand the common and recommended methods for sizing and planning a Lync solution that includes virtualisation components.

Tag:

Lync

Day:

3

Level:

300

Session Type:

Track Session

Code:

EXL321A

Room:

Meeting Room 8

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    Petri

    On the slide 4 you have well known table of the server requirements for FE/BE etc...

    Could you explain the following line:
    "Two of the disks should use RAID 1, and six should use RAID 10."

    I have tried to find out, but I have found no recommendations from Lync documentation what shall be put on the RAID 10 set on Front End servers.

    On the other hand, from BE servers there are no clear recommendation either, so is it so that all databases are saved on the same RAID 10 set and logs are located on the OS drive (RAID1)?

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