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Exchange 2010 Deploytment over two seperate datacenters with Load Balacnecer - need a timeframe

Posted on 2014-01-28
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Hi Experts,

I have been asked to create a step by step time frame for an Exchange 2010 Deployment and need some help.

Ho many days do you estimate the following would take and what could be done on each day?

Configure 4 x Barracuda 440 Loadbalancers Active/Passive in each data center
Configure 4 Load balanced CAS Servers. 2 in each data center
Configure 4 Hub Transport Servers - 2 in each data center
Configure 4 Back end Servers - " in each Data center with two DAG's spread acroos both Data centers

The VM's Have already Been Created but no software installed

Many Thanks
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It depends on your level of skill to be honest, that would probably take me 10 days to a couple of weeks... Maybe a bit quicker, 7 days if I'm making good progress.
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