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Planning and Designing a Microsoft Lync Server 2010 Solution

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M10534: Planning and Designing a Microsoft Lync Server 2010 Solution Version: A Length: 5 Days Published: April 20, 2011(In development) Language(s): English Audience(s): IT Professionals Level: 300 Technology: Microsoft Lync Server 2010 Type: Course Delivery Method: Instructor-led (classroom) About this Course This five-day instructor-led course teaches how to plan and design a Microsoft Lync Server 2010 solution to IT professionals. The course emphasizes Voice features in Lync 2010 from a deployment perspective. In this course, students learn how to plan and design a Lync Server 2010 system. The labs in this course utilize the Lync Server 2010 Planning Workbook and Planning Tool. This course helps the student prepare for Exam 70-665. Audience Profile The audience for this course is information technology (IT) professionals who are experienced on Lync Server 2010 technologies and who have a Technical Specialist certification on the course, Configuring and Managing Microsoft Lync Server 2010, or equivalent knowledge. Students taking this course are expected to have experience in hands-on deployment and day-to-day management of Unified Communications technologies for enterprise organizations. At Course Completion After completing this course, students will be able to: oDescribe the Lync Server 2010 design process. oDesign a Lync Server 2010 topology. oDesign for conferencing and external scenarios. oDesign for load balancing. oDesign voice infrastructure. oDesign a Mediation Server topology. oCreate a network design for Lync Server 2010. oDesign Response Group Services. oDesign for Location Services. oDesign Exchange Unified Messaging Integration with Lync Server 2010. oDesign for resiliency. oDesign for backup and disaster recovery. oDesign for monitoring and archiving. oPlan a migration to Lync Server 2010. The students should have experience in core Lync Server 2010 technology with specialist skills in: oFeatures and architecture oDial plans oExternal User Access and Federation oSecurity oHigh Availability oLoad Balancing oResiliency oCapacity oBandwidth management oCentral and Branch Office Sites oEnterprise Voice ?Call Management ?Audio/Web/Dial-in Conferencing ?Topology options including services, server roles, colocation and geographical placement Apart from this, students should have knowledge on Windows Server Active Directory deployment and should have attended the TS level Course 10533A: Configuring and Managing Microsoft Lync Server 2010 or possess equivalent experience or skills. Course Outline Module 1: Overview of the Lync Server 2010 Design Process This module explains all components of Lync Server 2010 architecture. It also describes the design process for a Lync Server 2010 design. Lessons oOverview of Lync Server 2010 Architecture oOverview of Lync Server 2010 Core Capabilities oIntroduction to the Lync Server 2010 Design Process oAssessing Infrastructure Requirements and Updating Design oPlanning for all Microsoft Solutions Framework Phases After completing this module, students will be able to: oDescribe the Lync Server 2010 architecture. oDescribe the Lync Server 2010 core capabilities. oExplain the Lync Server 2010 design process. oAssess the infrastructure requirements and update the Lync Server 2010 design. oPlan for all Microsoft solutions framework phases. Module 2: Designing a Lync Server 2010 Topology This module describes how to design a complete Lync Server 2010 topology including defining network sites and regions, sizing and placing server roles, and adhering to organization compliance requirements. Lessons oPlanning Infrastructure Requirements for Lync Server 2010 oUsing the Lync Server 2010 Planning Tool oUsing Topology Builder oPlanning for Site Topology oDesigning the Site Topology oPlanning the Server Infrastructure oDesign Documentation Using Microsoft Office Lab : Designing a Lync Server 2010 Topology oCompleting the Lync Server Planning Workbook oEvaluating the Current Topology XML oCreating a New Topology XML After completing this module, students will be able to: oPlan infrastructure requirements for Lync Server 2010. oUse the Lync Server 2010 Planning Tool. oUse Topology Builder. oPlan for site topology. oDesign for site topology. oPlan the server infrastructure. oCreate a design documentation using Microsoft office. Module 3: Designing for Conferencing and External Scenarios This module describes how to plan and design for all the external scenarios including Edge Server design and the different conferencing modalities that are provided for internal and external users. Lessons oConferencing and External Capabilities of Lync Server 2010 oDesigning for Dial-In Conferencing oDesigning for Audio/Video and Web Conferencing oPlanning for IM and Presence Federation oDesigning Edge Services oPlanning for DNS implementation oPlanning for PKI Implementation Lab : Designing for Conferencing and External Scenarios oReviewing the business or technical requirements oExploring the Edge Deployment Using the Lync Planning Wizard oValidating Edge Server After completing this module, students will be able to: oDescribe conferencing and external capabilities of Lync Server 2010. oDesign for dial-in conferencing. oDesign for audio/video and web conferencing. oPlan for IM and presence federation. oDesign Edge services. oPlan for DNS implementation oPlan for PKI implementation. Module 4: Planning and Designing Load Balancing This module explains how to create a Load Balancing Design based on the topology design that can deliver both the capacity and the failover requirements for an organization. Lessons oPlanning for Load Balancing oDesigning Load Balancing Lab : Planning and Designing Load Balancing oReviewing the Existing Requirements for Load Balancing Lync Servers oDesigning a DNS Load Balanced Solution for the Selected Areas oReviewing the Planning Workbook for Load Balancing Related Items After completing this module, students will be able to: oPlan for load balancing. oDesign load balancing. Module 5: Designing a Mediation Server Topology This module explains how to configure Server Virtualization by using Hyper-V. It explains the features of Hyper-V. It also describes how to configure Live Migration in Hyper-V and how to effectively use System Center Virtual Machine Manager R2. Lessons oDesigning Mediation Server oDesigning Media Bypass Lab : Designing a Mediation Server Topology oReviewing the Current Lync Server 2010 Design oDefining and Publishing a Mediation Server After completing this module, students will be able to: oDesign Mediation Server. oDesign Media ByPass. Module 6: Designing Voice Infrastructure This module explains how to design a Voice infrastructure that meets the needs of the organization and integrates with or replaces an existing Voice Platform. Lessons oIntroduction to Lync Server 2010 Voice Architecture oLync Server 2010 Telephony Interoperability Options oDefining Number Manipulation oDefining Voice Policies oDesigning a Voice Routing Solution oAddress Book Service in Lync Server 2010 Lab : Designing Voice Infrastructure oAnalyzing the Existing Voice Infrastructure oCreating Dial Plans and Normalization Rules for the Current Infrastructure and International Site oCreating Voice Policies for the Current Infrastructure and International Site oCreating Routes for the Current Infrastructure oCreating PSTN Usage Records for the Current Infrastructure and International Site oGroup Discussion After completing this module, students will be able to: oDescribe the Lync Server 2010 architecture. oExplain Lync Server 2010 Telephony Interoperability options oDefine number manipulations. oDefine voice policies oDesign a Voice Routing solution oExplain Address Book Service in Lync Server 2010 Module 7: Creating a Network Design for Lync Server 2010 This module explains how to calculate the expected bandwidth usage, and design and implement a Call Admission Control solution. Lessons oPlanning for Media Requirements oPlanning for Bandwidth Based on Usage oPlanning for Call Admission Control oDesigning Call Admission Control Lab : Creating a Network Design for Lync Server 2010 oReviewing the Existing infrastructure oDocumenting the Steps to Plan for the Call Admission Control Policies oGathering the Required Information for the Network Layout oDiscussing How to Design CAC After completing this module, students will be able to: oPlan for media requirements. oPlan for bandwidth based on usage. oPlan for Call Admission Control. oDesign Call Admission Control. Module 8: Designing Response Group Services This module explains how to assess the requirements for and design Response Group Services for advanced scenarios. This module includes a review of the Response Group Services features and functionality. Lessons oOverview of the Response Group Services oPlanning for Response Group Services oDesigning Response Group Services Lab : Designing Response Group Services oConfiguring BranchCache in Distributed Cache Mode oConfiguring BranchCache in Hosted Cache Mode oConfiguring Read-Only DFS Replica After completing this module, students will be able to: oDescribe Response Group Services. oPlan for Response Group Services. oDesign Response Group Services. Module 9: Designing Location Services in Lync Server 2010 This module explains how to assess the requirements for Emergency Services and how to plan for, and design Emergency Services in Lync Server 2010. This module discusses location information from an international perspective. Lessons oPlanning for Location Services oDesigning Location Services Lab : Designing Location Services in Lync Server 2010 oReviewing the E911 Deployment Process oCreating the Vision and Scope Document for E911 Deployment oDiscussing Various Areas of Importance in a LIS Design After completing this module, students will be able to: oPlan for Location Services. oDesign Location Services. Module 10: Designing Exchange Server Unified Messaging Integration with Lync Server 2010 This module explains how to evaluate the business requirements for an Exchange 2010 voice mail solution. This module describes how to design an integrated solution that includes both Exchange Server Unified Messaging and Lync Server 2010. Lessons oOverview of Exchange Server 2010 Unified Messaging oPlanning a Voice Mail Solution for Lync Server 2010 oDesigning a Voice Mail Solution for Lync Server 2010 Lab : Designing Exchange Server Unified Messaging Integration with Lync Server 2010 oReviewing the Current Voice Mail Requirements oDesigning a Voice Mail Solution for Lync Server 2010 After completing this module, students will be able to: oDescribe Exchange Server 2010 Unified Messaging. oPlan a Voice Mail solution for Lync Server 2010. oDesign a Voice Mail solution for Lync Server 2010. Module 11: Designing Resiliency This module explains how to plan and design resiliency for Lync Server 2010 deployment with IM, Presence, Conferencing, and Voice. Lessons oPlanning Site Resiliency oDesigning Site Resiliency oDesigning System Monitoring Lab : Designing Resiliency oPlanning for Resiliency oCreating a Global Resiliency Configuration After completing this module, students will be able to: oPlan site resiliency. oDesign site resiliency. oDesign system monitoring. Module 12: Designing Backup and Disaster Recovery This module explains how to design backup and disaster recovery for Lync Server 2010. Lessons oDesigning a Backup and Restore Strategy oLync Server 2010 Backup and Recovery Considerations Lab : Designing Backup and Disaster Recovery oListing the Components and Tools Required for Restoration and Backups oReviewing the Components Required to Recover Data oGroup Discussion After completing this module, students will be able to: oDesign a backup and restore strategy oExplain Lync Server 2010 backup and recovery considerations. Module 13: Designing Monitoring and Archiving This module explains how to design monitoring and archiving server topologies for Lync Server 2010. Lessons oDesigning Monitoring Server Topology oDesigning Archiving Server Topology Lab : Designing Monitoring and Archiving oReviewing the Current Lync Server 2010 Design oGathering a Reporting Package oDesigning an Archiving Solution oCreating a List of SQL Queries After completing this module, students will be able to: oDesign Monitoring Server topology. oDesign Archiving Server topology. Module 14: Planning a Migration to Lync Server 2010 This module explains how to analyze the current infrastructure and plan a Lync Server 2010 design and based on that design a coexistence and migration strategy for existing voice infrastructure and Office Communications Server 2007 R2. This module describes a migration strategy for clients and devices. Lessons oOverview of Coexistence and Migration oDesigning a Migration Strategy oPlanning for Clients and Devices oDesigning a Client Migration and Device Migration Strategy Lab : Planning a Migration to Lync Server 2010 oCreating a Migration Plan oDocumenting the Migration Phases oCreating a Task List of the Migration to Lync Server 2010 After completing this module, students will be able to: oDescribe coexistence and migration. oPlan a migration strategy. oPlan for clients and devices. oDesign a client migration and device migration strategy.
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