Microsoft Exchange 2007 Cluster Continuous Replication (CCR) on the HP EVA With Separate Subnet Failover Clusters
Source: Hewlett-Packard (HP)
Microsoft Windows Server 2008 is Microsoft's latest operating system, incorporating many of the robust capabilities of Microsoft Windows Vista and other leading edge technologies. Notably valuable to enterprise-wide networks is the Continuous Clustering Replication (CCR) feature within Microsoft Exchange Server 2007. Deployed across multiple subnets, CCR offers high availability features designed to ensure that data persists during datacenter catastrophes and other outages. For this white paper, it is important to discover how well the CCR and failover features of Microsoft Exchange Server 2007, together with Microsoft Windows Server 2008, perform under stringent and controlled test configurations using HP ProLiant server blades and the HP StorageWorks 8100 Enterprise Virtual Array (EVA).