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Lync 2010 Deployment and Management Workshop

The 4-Day Lync 2010 Deployment and Management Workshop (Level 300) provides attendees with the knowledge and practice to successfully Deploy and manage a Lync Server 2010 Infrastructure. The modules in this workshop focus on introducing, planning, deploying, monitoring and maintenance of a Lync Server 2010 infrastructure. Migration from legacy Office Communications Server 2007 environment is also covered. Each group of modules is designed to provide participants with the concepts, tools and hands-on experience to help to ensure your business productivity needs are met with high performance, high efficiency, and high availability instant messaging and application integration. Through presentations, white-board discussions, and goal-based labs, this course teaches the tools and techniques to help enable you to deploy and support a healthy Lync Server 2010 environment

Good to Know:
This course does not cover Group Chat component of Lync Server 2010 There is a ton of materials that will be required to be discussed and lots of hands on labs to be completed. To ensure that all materials will be covered on time, each day class will strictly run for eight hours plus one hour lunch in between.

Target Audience:
IT staff responsible for the design, deployment, administration and support of Lync Server 2010. Attendees will need to have Office Communications Server 2007 and Office Communications Server 2007 R2 training or have prior experience supporting Office Communications Server 2007/2007 R2.

After completing this course, you will be able to: Understand the new features and benefits of Lync Server 2010 server and client infrastructure Understand Lync server architecture and topologies,for all features and scale of users Learn about the migration process from legacy OCS 2007/R2 infrastructure and deployment methods for all Lync server roles


The following modules and topics will be covered during this 4-days workshop: Features, Benefits, Architecting and Planning Understand all the new features, benefits of Lync server 2010 beyond what was available in previous versions. Learn about different possible topologies and work on planning and architecting a Lync server 2010 infrastructure Active Directory Preparation and Server Install These modules describe how to deploy and operate Lync Server 2010 by extending the Active Directory Domain Services schema and then creating and configuring objects in Active Directory. Also understand and deploy the Standard / Enterprise Edition architecture for small to large deployments. Understand the different server roles, their deployment and placement Management-- Learn about the various methods utilized to effectively manage a Lync server 2010 infrastructure MigrationUnderstand the steps needed to successfully migrate from legacy OCS 2007 or 2007 R2 environments Branch Site-- Learn about the new branch site features of Lync server 2010 and how to deploy, manage and configure the various options that are available DevicesLearn about all the new devices available for Lync server 2010 Monitoring & Archiving- Lync server 2010 Server adds Call Detail Record (CDR) functionality to the Quality of Experience (QoE) data gathering role. Understand the concepts and benefits of using the monitoring server and learn about the type of data gathered and about its different components. Learn how to design and set up archiving and CDR to meet the organizations unique archiving requirements Deployment Scenarios With Edge Servers Understand the deployment scenarios with external access for; remote users, Public IM connectivity (PIC), and federation with other companies. Deploying Enterprise Voice- Understand the conceptual, planning, deployment, and management information that is needed to successfully integrate Enterprise Voice into your OCS infrastructure. Learn about its resiliency options and how to integrate your voice infrastructure, with Exchange Unified Messaging and about media bypass, Electronic 911 (E-911) and call throttling capabilities Synthetic transactionsLearn how to proactively monitor Lync server 2010 with the help of new synthetic transactions (integration with SCOM services are not covered)

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