Server migration can be time-consuming and difficult. This course will teach you how to successfully plan, run, and complete the migration of an existing Exchange Server 2010/2013 organization to Exchange Server 2016.
Migrating to a new server is no easy task. If you're about to migrate to Exchange Server 2016 and you want to do it successfully, then this course is for you. This course, Migrating to Exchange Server 2016, will walk you through the deployment of Exchange 2016 into an existing Exchange Server 2010/2013 environment. You’ll learn how to prepare your existing environment, how to install Exchange 2016 and establish co-existence, and finally, how to successfully complete the migration and remove your legacy servers. By the end of this course, you’ll be ready to perform successful Exchange Server 2016 migrations for your own customers.
Paul Cunningham is a consultant, trainer and author, specializing in Office 365 and Exchange Server. Paul lives in Brisbane, Australia and has over 20 years of experience deploying and managing Microsoft systems and services for enterprise and government customers. Paul has authored and co-authored several books about Office 365 and Microsoft Exchange Server.
Course Overview Hello everyone, my name is Paul Cunningham, and welcome to my course, Migrating to Exchange Server 2016. I'm a Microsoft MVP, author, speaker, and consultant from Brisbane, Australia. I've worked as an Exchange Server specialist for many years, performing migrations for all types of customers ranging from small businesses to big government departments to large multinational corporations. Email is super critical to every organization, so when the time comes to migrate to a new version of Microsoft Exchange Server, the pressure is really on you to deliver a seamless migration with no downtime or end user impact. This is course is designed to help you navigate through the process of migrating your on-premises Exchange Server 2010 or 2013 organization to Exchange Server 2016. You will learn what information you need to collect and how to prepare your existing environment for Exchange Server 2016, how to install Exchange 2016 and establish coexistence, how to successfully migrate each of the different Exchange services and workloads to your new Exchange Server, and how to cleanly remove those legacy servers from your environment. By the end of this course, you'll be ready to perform successful Exchange Server 2016 migrations in your organization or for your customers. Before beginning this course, you should be familiar with operating Windows servers, Active Directory, DNS, Exchange 2010 or 2013, and be comfortable with using PowerShell. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn about migrating to Exchange Server 2016 at Pluralsight.