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Exchange Server 2010 Design and Architecture at Microsoft


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http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff829232.aspx

Microsoft Information Technology (Microsoft IT) maintains a complex Microsoft® Exchange Server environment that consists of several geographic locations and multiple Active Directory® forests. There are 16 data centers, four of which host Exchange servers, to support more than 515 office locations in 102 countries with more than 180,000 users. These users include managers, employees, contractors, business partners, and vendors. Microsoft IT transitioned this environment to Exchange Server 2010 in less than seven months by taking advantage of its growing automation infrastructure and the enhanced deployment features available in Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, in combination with proven planning, design, and deployment methodologies

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Configurations of Database Availability Groups




Redmond




Dublin




Singapore



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Technology



Mailbox



41



16



16



4



Exchange DAGs



Hub Transport



11



5



4



0



Automatic load balancing through Mail Submission Service


Hardware load balancers for incoming mail connectivity



Client Access



28



14



12



Hardware load balancers internally and externally



Unified Messaging



5



3



3



Automatic round-robin load balancing between Unified Messaging servers


Multiple voice over IP (VoIP) gateways per dial plan



Multiple-Role

Servers in the Microsoft IT Exchange Server 2010 Environment

0



0



0



2



Not applicable


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