Review of eight best practices to help you understand what you need to consider during Exchange disaster recovery design and deployment.
Protection of Microsoft Exchange against unplanned outages due to catastrophic failures at primary IT data centers is becoming a top priority among large and medium corporations. Wide-area clusters which provide replication of mail stores and log files along with monitoring and recovery of critical Exchange services provide this protection.
This paper presents eight best practices which, when used as guideposts during cluster implementation, assure the success of any Exchange disaster recovery deployment. SteelEye LifeKeeper, the leading integrated solution for Exchange high availability clustering and disaster recovery is also introduced.
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