Presentación del tema: "Soluciones de Colaboración con Valor Agregado"— Transcripción de la presentación:
1Soluciones de Colaboración con Valor Agregado Fernando CovecinoMicrosoft Perú
2Tecnologías Clave Almacenamiento Web y aplicaciones Plataforma de mensajería y colaboraciónIntegración con Windows 2000Soporte a múltiples bases de datosPreparado para InternetAlmacenamiento Web y aplicacionesIntegración con Office XPAlmacenamiento Web para documentosPlataforma para WorkFlowExchange 2000 enhancements can be categorized into three customer-driven categories:Enhanced messaging and collaboration platform: Exchange 2000 Server, the server application designed specifically for Windows 2000 Server, delivers enhanced reliability, scalability, and performance, with lower cost of ownership derived through unified management of messaging, collaboration and network resources.Exchange Store collaboration and applications: Microsoft Exchange 2000, continues a tradition of innovation, revealing a productivity enhancing collaborative platform centered on the new Exchange Store, a single point of management and storage for , documents, Web content, and applications.Anytime, anywhere communication: Exchange 2000 liberates communication from the constraints of time and place, to provide mobile and geographically dispersed knowledge workers and teams with access to and other information in the Exchange Store anytime, anywhere.Comunicación en cualquier lugar y cualquier momentoAcceso mejorado por el WebConferencias de Voz, Datos y VideoMensajería instantánea unificada
3Integración con el Directorio Activo Un solo punto de administraciónUsuarios, mensajería y redInformación de seguridad de usuarios y gruposActive Directory ConnectorAdministre Exchange 5.5 desde Windows 2000Exchange 2000 includes seamless integration with Windows 2000 Active Directory and may lower administration costs and TCO through combined management of messaging, collaboration and network resources.Integration delivers a single point of administration for all users, messaging and network resources, including and mailbox information, configuration information, files, peripheral devices, host connections, databases, Web access, users, other arbitrary objects, services and so forth. All Exchange 2000 directory information (including information about users, mailboxes, servers, sites and custom recipients) is stored in Active Directory. While administrators reap the benefits of unified administration, knowledge workers accustomed to accessing the Exchange Server directory (called the Global Address List), will experience no user interface changes and require no retraining when switching to Active Directory. Exchange 2000 Mailboxes = Windows 2000 UsersExchange 2000 Lists = Windows 2000 GroupsExchange 2000 Custom Recipients = Windows 2000 ContactsActive Directory Connector (ADC) allows administrators to replicate a hierarchy of directory objects between a Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5 directory and the Windows 2000 Server Active Directory, making it an essential tool for companies migrating from Exchange 5.5. The ADC ships as part of Windows 2000 Server.
4Múltiples bases de datos de mensajes Una sola base de datos lógica puede dividirse en múltiples bases de datos físicasCada una puede ser recuperada individualmenteLogs separados para cada base de datosMejor desempeñoCada grupo de almacenamiento es una unidad de falla independienteSince its initial release, Exchange Server has supported transaction logging and rollback recovery, and has always had built-in backup and restore utilities. Exchange 2000 builds on the unlimited database provided in Exchange 5.5 by allowing the message store to be partitioned into separately manageable databases, each of which can be of unlimited size. This architecture gives administrators the best of both worlds: the opportunity for massive databases (over 100 GB per database) for large-scale enterprises, and the ability to split a single logical database onto separate physical databases. With an Exchange 2000 database split across separate servers, an administrator can stop a single instance of the database and restore it from the transaction logs associated with that database, even while sibling databases continue running. Administration is done at the logical level, providing a unified view of all databases.This feature is critical for repair situations and means that only the users whose data is stored on a particular server are affected during repair and restoration. This feature also enables more flexibility in strategies for backing up Exchange data, allowing shorter backup times. Of course, Exchange 2000 can be used on a single machine with a single database, just as Exchange 5.5. For example, administrators can create two databases on one server. Because Exchange has control over both databases, if one database gets corrupted, Exchange continues to respond to the other database. The corrupted database can be dynamically dismounted and restored from backup while the uncorrupted database continues to allow user access.The benefits of multiple message databases include:Increased system reliability so a failure in one database does not affect users in another database.Using clustering, a single logical database can failover to multiple servers in the case of hardware failure.Faster and more flexible backup scheduling is possible, as databases are typically smaller.Recovery time is greatly decreased in the event of hardware failure since each physical database can be restored individually. The restore process proceeds while other databases continue to operate online.An administrator can create smaller databases for subcommunities of users, for example top-level executives. That way, if the hardware running another database fails, only that database is affected during repair, while the executive database continues to serve its users.
5Soporte a Clustering Clustering Activo/Activo Nativo de Windows 2000Mejor desempeño sin desperdicio de hardware2 nodos (Windows 2000 Advanced)4 nodos (Windows 2000 Data Center)Exchange 2000 includes Active/Active (multi-master) clustering, which significantly enhances the end-user availability of the Exchange Server infrastructure while lowering the total cost of ownership. Based on the Microsoft Clustering Services of Windows 2000 Advanced Server or Windows 2000 Datacenter Server, multi-master clustering enables all of the machines used in a cluster to actively process messaging requests until a failure occurs that triggers rollover recovery. The Exchange Servers in a cluster do not have to be the same size or configuration. For example, a customer might choose to deploy a test machine and product machine in a single cluster. The test machine would typically be somewhat smaller than the production machine, such as a four-way SMP system for test, clustered with an eight-way system for production.Exchange 2000 further utilizes Windows 2000 Clustering Services by enabling separate transaction log files to be allocated to separate cluster members. If a failure occurs in a database, only users of that database are affected, and while other users continue working, the affected users can restart their work after their database transitions to a new cluster. The ability to use all servers at all times reduces system costs while increasing reliability, since no dedicated “failover only” servers are needed.
6Front End / Back End Internet Secure Firewall Front End Server User establishes secure SSLsession with a Front EndExchange 2000 serverData passed back to userover secure SSL connectionFront End Server now authenticates user against the Active Directory and locates the users mailboxFront End ServerProxies requestto Back End serverFront EndFront EndLoad Balanced Server FarmSecure Firewalleg. Internet Securityand Acceleration ServerBack End storeBack End storeWindows 2000 Directory ServersOptionally Clustered for availability
7Almacenamiento en Exchange Evolución de la base de datos de ExchangeUn solo repositorio para correo, documentos y contenido WebPlataforma para colaboración y aplicaciones de negocioManejo nativo de XMLContext setting slide for the Exchange Store slides that follow:Exchange Server is a powerful collaboration platform, enabling a wide range of collaborative activities, including group scheduling, team customer and task lists, document routing and discussion groups. In addition, Exchange is used to create powerful workflow and tracking applications such as expense reporting, customer interaction management and issue tracking. Exchange 2000 significantly expands the Exchange infrastructure for collaboration and business applications through its use of the Exchange Store, new technology designed to increase the productivity of the knowledge worker.The Exchange Store provides a single point of management and collaboration for the knowledge stored and shared through , documents and applications. The Exchange Store integrates Web content such as Web pages, rich storage for documents, extensive messaging and collaboration services and complete application hosting and workflow services. The Exchange Store combines the features of the Exchange database (transaction logging, single-instance storage, rollback recovery, online maintenance, replication, flexible properties, per-user views, etc.) and the Web (ubiquitous access using a browser, ease of content creation, common standards) to provide a central storage and collaboration solution for an organizations knowledge management infrastructure.A wide variety of client software can be used to access the Exchange Store, including Microsoft Outlook, any Internet-standard or bulletin board client, the Windows Explorer and any Web browser. Every item in the Exchange Store, including all documents and mail messages, can be accessed from a Web browser through a simple URL. Office 2000 users will especially benefit from the Exchange Store, as files can be directly saved into and read from the Exchange Store from within all Office 2000 applications. The Exchange Store also provides built-in content indexing and search capabilities, making knowledge workers more productive through better access to information.In addition, the Exchange Store is a powerful application platform, with built-in support for Internet protocols such as HTTP and Extensible Markup Language (XML), document interfaces such as Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning (DAV), and database interfaces such as OLE/DB and ActiveX® Data Objects (ADO) 2.5. The Exchange Store is a complete application environment based on the award-winning Windows NT Server’s Internet Information Services (IIS) and Active Server Pages (ASP) technology. Users can interact with Exchange Store content using applications in the same way one would query a SQL database. Exchange 2000 also enhances Collaboration Data Objects (CDOs) so they work with the Exchange Store, with many new programming objects for workflow. In addition, Exchange 2000 includes a server event model that allows customization of the core processes of Exchange for virus checking, signature stamping, workflow and other applications.
8Integración con Office Graba y abre archivos directamente desde el Web StoreManejo de revisionesIndexado, búsqueda, y vistas de contenido OfficeLas propiedades del documento office son promovidas a propiedades de ExchangeOutlookIntegración con mensajería instantáneaProtección contra virusExchange 2000 significantly increases the level of integration between Exchange and Office Documents can be saved directly from Office 2000 applications into the Exchange Store using the File Save As dialog box, and easily retrieved from Exchange 2000 directly into Office using the File Open dialog box. This enables Office users to utilize the security, replication, accessibility and powerful application and workflow capabilities of Exchange as a store for Office documents. Office users can now store all related information, messages, tasks, documents or spreadsheets in a single folder and access this folder from any client, including the Windows Explorer, Outlook, Outlook Express or a Web browser.
9Workflow Motor de Workflow programable Independiente del protocolo Funcionalidad accesible desde CDOUsa Visual BasicIndependiente del protocoloExchange 2000 can drive a workflow tracking process such as document approval, expense reporting and payment, purchase orders, etc. CDO 3.0 and the Exchange Store event model provide a systematic workflow engine to control workflow state-transitions and associate business logic actions with events. Business logic is represented by Visual Basic, and can be created using standard tools.Exchange 2000 includes CDO Workflow Objects, an enhanced library of workflow services based on simultaneous, synchronous events that provide a high-performance, reliable and secure engine for departmental and enterprise workflow and tracking applications.
10Cliente Web Mejorado Mejor desempeño y escalabilidad Consistencia con Outlook XPMejor interfaz de usuarioEditor de texto, drag&drop, botón derecho, multi-idiomaIndependiente del exploradorThe Exchange Web client, called Outlook Web Access, has been significantly enhanced in Exchange Used for remote, home, roving and occasional users, Outlook Web Access provides Web browser access to , scheduling (including group scheduling), contacts and collaborative information stored in Exchange Store folders. When used with Internet Explorer 5, the Web client natively uses DHTML behaviors that operate on XML data retrieved from the server using Web DAV, demonstrating the rich capabilities of the Exchange Store. Outlook Web Access can be used with any browser that supports frames and scripting. Specific areas of improvements in Exchange 2000 include:More “Outlook-like” look and feel, with drag and drop capability, popup menus, toolbars, true hierarchy control and rich text editing when used with Microsoft Internet Explorer 5All core HTML rendering is now non-script based, resulting in an order of magnitude increase in performance.Sending and receiving embedded messages in the body of an messageIn-frame navigation for down-level clientsEmbedded OLE object renderingsAutomatic name resolution against Outlook contacts as well as Exchange addressesMore options available through user interface, for example Out of Office settingsImproved calendaring, including delegate access
11Mensajería instantánea Mensajes importantes o notificacionesInformación de presenciaEscalableCompatible con FirewallsManejo de seguridadIntegrado al Active DirectoryInstant messaging refers to the capability to send an immediate, text-based message to another user on a computer network. Unlike messages, instant messages are posted immediately to the other user’s screen, providing the basis for new forms of collaboration. Instant messaging has become a wide-scale communication phenomenon for Internet users and is poised to play a significant role as a business tool for organizations of all sizes. Exchange 2000 will include an instant messaging service built on a secure, standards-oriented “federated” architecture ideally suited for both enterprise deployment and deployments across the Internet for business-to-business communication. The client software for instant messaging in Exchange 2000 will be the MSN Messenger client.Presence information, closely related to instant messaging, enables one computer user to see whether another user is currently logged onto a network, corporate LAN or the Internet. Exchange 2000 has complete support for presence information.