…that Mailscape 365 includes latency trending reports which allow you to monitor and report on connection latency and end user transaction times?
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The functionality in Exchange Hybrid is now quite mature. It’s been available since the launch of Office 365 (or even before if you include the embryotic support in Live@EDU) and provides the rich co-existence functionality that allows organizations to mix mailboxes on-premises and in the cloud, retaining much of the normal sharing capabilities people rely on for day-to-day collaboration.
With the rise of mobile computing and social networks, organizations have seemingly endless applications available for facilitating collaboration and communication to complete projects faster and more efficiently.
A few weeks ago, Microsoft released Exchange 2016 to the public. By now, some of you will have had the chance to play with the latest member in the Exchange Server family and perhaps have formed an opinion on whether it’s something you are willing to consider upgrading to now, or after few more Cumulative Updates have been released.
With IT/DEV Connections less than two weeks out, I found myself getting anxious to attend these insightful sessions.
The conference, which happens to be one of my favorites, has many advantages: it’s not as hectic as Ignite, and the smaller crowd gives you the opportunity to interact with all the great speakers.
Last week during Microsoft's Ignite conference, I had the pleasure to co-present a session with Timothy Heeney on hybrid Exchange deployments. For those who weren't able to attend Ignite, the recording of that session is available here. During our session, Tim spoke about how Microsoft tests hybrid deployments and the tools it (recently) released to help you troubleshoot hybrid deployments. He also announced some pending changes to the face of the Hybrid Configuration Wizard.
This is a story about one company’s trials and tribulations of migrating to and maintaining a hybrid cloud environment; specifically Microsoft Exchange.
As mentioned in a prior blog post, Microsoft released Cumulative Update 5 (CU5) for Exchange 2013. At first sight, this update doesn’t appear to make lots of changes – at least not visibly. However, it does contain a lot of fixes and, as you will find out, there have been some changes to the Hybrid Configuration Wizard as well.
MEC in Austin, TX covered all aspects of Exchange including Office 365, On-Premise and Hybrid configurations. Microsoft is working hard to simplify all of these deployments for their customers and there were some exciting takeaways in all of these areas, but for this article I will focus on Hybrid configurations.