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Webcasts para Septiembre 2005 sobre mensajeria 

Microsoft ha publicado los Webcasts que tiene previsto realizar para el mes de Septiembre sobre mensajeria.


TechNet Webcast: Exchange Performance Monitoring Analysis and Tuning (Level 300)
Thursday, September 15, 2005 - 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM Pacific Time

Paul Bowden, Program Manager, Exchange Server Development Team, Microsoft Corporation

Are you getting all the performance out of Exchange Server 2003 that you'd like? During this session, which was highly rated when presented at Tech·Ed 2005 in Orlando, Florida (TechEd ID: MSG368), we explore all aspects of performance tuning for Exchange server 2003, covering Windows, Exchange, and system resources. Understand and learn best practices, registry tweaks, and performance monitoring that can help your Exchange environment run more smoothly.


TechNet Webcast: Defining and Monitoring Desired Configuration Across a Messaging Service (Level 300)
Wednesday, September 21, 2005 - 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM Pacific Time

Edhi Sarwono, SYSTEMS DESIGN ENGINEER, Microsoft Corporation
Robbie McAlpine, SR PROGRAM MANAGER, Microsoft Corporation

Do you consider it a challenge to monitor a configuration across a messaging service? This webcast presents a new solution: the Desired Configuration Monitoring (DCM) Solution Accelerator, which will be released in September. Learn about the DCM Solution Accelerator, how configuration manifests are generated, how the configuration check is processed and about the resulting reports of non-compliant services. The Solution Accelerator provides tools to alert users of differences or non-compliance between their present configuration and baseline or desired configuration. It also provides environmental configuration data to aid configuration management.


TechNet Webcast: Exchange 2003 Disaster Recovery Solutions (Level 300)
Thursday, September 22, 2005 - 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM Pacific Time

Rand Morimoto, Author, President, Convergent Computing

Are you encountering problems with Microsoft Exchange Server failures, database corruption, site failures or LAN/WAN failures? To deal with these and similar problems, join Rand Morimoto as he presents best practices for Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 clustering, dial tone Exchange recovery strategies, non-Microsoft software replication utilities, snapshot Storage Area Network solutions and geo-clusters. Learn how to determine the best recovery solution for your needs. Gain tips, tricks, and best practices for these technical solutions, and see how other technical solutions improve Exchange Clustering for disaster recovery.


TechNet Webcast: Exchange Best Practice Analyzer (Level 300)
Wednesday, September 28, 2005 - 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM Pacific Time

Kevin Remde, TechNet Presenter, Microsoft Corporation

The Microsoft Exchange Server Best Practices Analyzer Tool (ExBPA) is an automated health check and troubleshooting tool. ExBPA collects configuration settings and performs network and protocol tests in an Exchange topology. Join this webcast to learn about the new version of the tool that was released in March 2005. We discuss enhancements such as scheduling and baseline support. See how to use ExBPA with Microsoft Operations Manager 2005. At the end of the presentation, we talk about future enhancements to the ExBPA tool.


TechNet Webcast: Managing Exchange Service Levels with the SLA Scorecard Solution Accelerator (Level 300)
Wednesday, September 28, 2005 - 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM Pacific Time

Sanjiv Sharma, SYSTEMS DESIGN ENGINEER, Microsoft Corporation
Karri Alexion-Tiernan, PROGRAM MANAGER, Microsoft Corporation

Learn about the solution and architecture of the service-level agreement (SLA) Scorecard Solution Accelerator for a Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 and Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM) 2005 environment. The solution accelerator can set SLAs, administer outages, and analyze performance and trend reports across the messaging services. During this webcast we introduce a solution accelerator that leverages MOM 2005 data to create management-level availability reports and manage outages. We also look at long term trend analysis that compares predefined SLA levels to actual availability.


Benjamin Mateos


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