Interested in Skype for Business? Explore concepts and steps required to plan and design Skype for Business Server 2015. Focus on unified communications features, with particular emphasis on coexisting with legacy communication services. Take this opportunity to plan and design a Skype for Business Server implementation that meets organizational and user needs!
After completing this course, continue your learning with other MVA courses: “Skype for Business 2015 Advanced Planning” and “Configure and Maintain Skype for Business 2015.”
1 | Overview of Skype for Business Server 2015
Get an introduction to the Skype for Business architecture, including server roles. Learn about Skype for Business Server key features and functionality.
2 | Skype for Business Server 2015 Planning and Design Process
Plan and design a Skype for Business Server implementation that meets organizational and user needs. Get an introduction to Microsoft Solutions Framework (MSF), and see how to design a topology.
3 | Skype for Business Server 2015 High Availability
Hear the requirements for high availability with Skype for Business 2015, including core front-end and back-end architectural requirements , file share availability, and load balancing.
4 | Skype for Business Server 2015 Disaster Recovery
Get the details on disaster recovery features in Skype for Business 2015, including pool pairing, Persistent Chat stretched pools, and Geo-DNS. Look at tools and methods for backup and restore.
Plan Skype for Business site topology.
Plan Skype for Business servers.
Plan Skype for Business server support infrastructure.
Design a Skype for Business Server High Availability/Disaster Recovery (HA/DR) solution.
Configure High Availability and Disaster Recovery (HA/DR).
Get an introduction to Skype for Business.
Basic understanding of databases, particularly SQL Server, basic understanding of telephony systems, basic understanding of Active Directory