Design your Lync 2013 Deployment to be Disaster Proof!

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Lync Server 2013 provides a range of new high availability and disaster recovery options to ensure that your service remains online and available for all Lync 2013 modalities. In this session you will learn about the key architectural features of Lync 2013 that allow you to achieve high availability and disaster recovery and how you can provide both Lync 2013 back-end server and pool level failover. This session will use a demonstrations of how straight forward failover processes can be for these scenarios.

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Lync

Day:

3

Level:

300

Session Type:

Track Session

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EXL325

Room:

Arena 1B

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    Petri

    What is behaviour and end user experience if the whole Routing Group (three servers) is lost? But e.g. two other server are still alive.

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    Petri

    Resilience mode (slide 22):

    "Ongoing conferences organized by affected user"

    Affect for them:

    "All modalities of conference are terminated. Rejoin button will appear, but no users can rejoin while the affected user is in Resiliency mode."

     

    Why to confuse users to make "rejoin" button available even it doesn't work?

     

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    Petri

    How the hardware requirements change if you are going to choose the pool pairing? Mostly from the storage point of view?

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