Exchange 2007 server sizing resources


I’m getting ready to consult on a fairly large size Exchange 2007 deployment. The customer wants some server specs so they can get their servers ordered. Here are some of the resources I use when calculating how many servers they should purchase and how large they should be.

Exchange 2007 Server Sizing Resources

Exchange 2007 Mailbox Server Role Storage Requirements Calculator spreadsheet

Exchange Server 2007: Platforms, Editions, and Versions

Exchange 2007 system requirements

Planning processor configurations for Exchange Server 2007

Planning memory configurations for Exchange Server 2007

Planning storage configurations for Exchange Server 2007 and storage validation

Planning Server Role Ratios for Exchange Server 2007

Determining the Number of Users an Exchange 2007 Unified Messaging Server Can Support

Planning for a Simple Exchange Organization

Planning for a Standard Exchange Organization

Planning for a Large Exchange Organization

Planning for a Complex Exchange Organization

Configuring, validating and monitoring your Exchange 2007 storage

TechNet Webcast: Storage Sizing and Testing for Exchange Server 2007 (Level 200)

Dell Exchange 2007 Advisor Tool

Data Collection Resources for Current Exchange Environments

Microsoft Exchange Server Profile Analyzer (32 bit)

Microsoft Exchange Server Profile Analyzer (64 bit)

One Response to “Exchange 2007 server sizing resources”

  1. markwilson.it » Useful Links: October 2008 Says:

    […] Exchange 2007 server sizing resources – Some resources to use when calculating how many Exchange Server servers are required for a given scenario and how large they should be. […]


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