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Exchange 2000 Performance Tuning and Optimization

Where to Start

Microsoft© Exchange 2000 Internals: Quick Tuning Guide
Tune and improve the performance of your Exchange 2000©based server according to the variables in its local operating environment.

Best Practices for Maximizing Disk I/O
Use these rules of thumb when you plan storage and configuration for your cluster nodes. Source: Windows & .NET Magazine (January 2001)

Exchange 2000 Server Sizing: Memory and Disk Subsystems
Jerry Cochran continues his discussion of Exchange 2000 server sizing and memory and disk subsystems. Source: Windows & .NET Magazine (January 2001)

Exchange 2000 Monitoring and Maintenance
Monitoring system activity and server performance is a necessary part of preventive maintenance for the server running Exchange 2000 Server. Through monitoring, you obtain data that you can use to diagnose system problems, plan growth, and troubleshoot problems. Source: MSexchange.org

 

Hardware Configuration for Optimal Exchange 2000 Server Performance
Jerry Cochran discusses server sizing for your Exchange 2000 Servers. Source: Windows & .NET Magazine (December 2000)

Additional Resources

Exchange 2000 Performance Planning
Exchange 2000's architectural improvements have a profound effect on performance. As you begin planning your Exchange 2000 implementation, take these hardware configuration tips to heart. Source: Windows & .NET Magazine (April 2000)

Exchange Server Management and Monitoring Tools
Discover which of the six reviewed products would work best in your network to ensure the smooth operation of your organization's Microsoft Exchange Server system. Source: Windows & .NET Magazine (Feb. 2001)

Keeping Your Exchange Installation Healthy and Happy: An Overview of Management Best Practices (Part 1)
This is part one of the most popular sessions from Microsoft Exchange Conference 1998 and a must for any Exchange administrator. Keeping the server operational requires discipline and some well-thought-out management practices. This seminar reviews management procedures that have been successfully implemented in large deployments. The material is based on the collective wisdom drawn from 350+ Exchange installations, totaling more than 3 million users.

Keeping Your Exchange Installation Healthy and Happy: An Overview of Management Best Practices (Part 2)
This is part two of the most popular sessions from Microsoft Exchange Conference 1998 and a must for any Exchange administrator. Keeping the server operational requires discipline and some well-thought-out management practices. This seminar reviews management procedures that have been successfully implemented in large deployments. The material is based on the collective wisdom drawn from 350+ Exchange installations, totaling more than 3 million users.

Load Testing Exchange 2000
If you're getting ready to implement Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server,you've probably been thinking about load testing©an important step in evaluating Exchange 2000's effectiveness in your environment. Use LoadSim to push your Exchange servers to the limit and gather a wealth of useful performance information. Source: Windows & .NET Magazine

Microsoft Exchange 2000 Internals: Quick Tuning Guide White Paper
This white paper provides Exchange administrators with information on how to tune and improve the performance of an Exchange 2000-based server. We concentrate on "quick wins"©that is, performance-tuning changes that are easy to identify.

Clustering
Microsoft Exchange 2000 Clustering
Visit the MSDN© Web site for this article that helps administrators and developers understand how Exchange 2000 Server implements Active/Active clustering.

Clustering Exchange 2000, Part 1
Here's a practical guide to deploying Exchange 2000 in a Win2K clustered environment. Source: Windows & .NET Magazine (December 2000)

Clustering Exchange 2000, Part 2
With an understanding of Microsoft Cluster service under your belt, you're ready to take the next steps in planning an Exchange cluster deployment. Source: Windows & .NET Magazine (January 2001)


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