Installing Exchange 2016 Preview on Windows Server 2012 R2

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Installing exchange 2016 step by step on Windows Server 2012 R2. Before Exchange 2016 Install  – Go through the Minimum system requirements below – Note Preview versions are not Production ready. Minimum System Requirements and Forest Functional Level for Exchange Server 2016 You can Download the Exchange Server 2016 Preview Setup using the below Link […]

Quick Tip: What is Azure Data Lake ?

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Azure Data Lake is a Hadoop File System compatible with HDFS™ that works with the Hadoop ecosystem. Azure Data Lake is integrated with Azure HDInsight and will be integrated with Microsoft offerings such as Revolution-R Enterprise, industry standard distributions like Hortonworks, Cloudera, and MapR, and individual Hadoop projects like Spark, Storm, Flume, Sqoop, Kafka, etc. […]

Quick Tip : What is Windows Nano Server ?

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Nano Server is a deeply refactored version of Windows Server with a small footprint and remotely managed installation, optimized for the cloud and a DevOps workflow.  It is designed for fewer patch and update events, faster restarts, better resource utilization and tighter security. Informed directly by our learning’s from building and managing some of the […]

Minimum System Requirements and Forest Functional Level for Exchange Server 2016

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Just one block – One Role – Build and scaling up as much as you want. Back it was like before but now with at most reliability and scalability. Supported Forest Functional Level for Exchange Server 2016 – Active Directory must be at Windows Server 2008 forest functionality mode or higher. Minimum Operation System Requirements-  […]

Blog Series “Designing For Office 365 Infrastructure” | Prerequisites & Readiness

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There are some basic prerequisites you need to check before you start the Pilot phase. You also need to make sure that you know what the customer’s overall IT environment is like, because that environment will affect the planning decisions you make throughout the deployment process. However, unlike a traditional IT deployment, you do not […]

Blog Series “Designing For Office 365 Infrastructure” | Scalability & Resources

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I hope you are on track & if not here’s the quick glance on “Designing for Office 365 Infrastructure” Revising & Deployment Methodology. Lets continue further… Although Office 365 can provide an excellent service for the majority of potential customers, there are some scalability limits and potential conflicts of which you need to be aware. […]

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