Module 09 - Microsoft Lync - Conferencing Infrastructure

Report
®
Microsoft
Lync Ignite
Microsoft Lync 2013
Sharer
Viewer
3. Present file
1. Upload
file
4. Broadcasting URL with
file ID and authentication
token
7. Get file
8. File
Lync Web
Conferencing
Server
Lync Config Store: WAC
Presentation Base URL
9. HTTP response with
current page
6. Get the file with file ID
and authentication token
2. Save file
Lync Content
File Share
5. HTTP gets
broadcast URL
WAC Server
WAC Farm
Reverse
Proxy
Identity
Director
Lync
Clients
Optional
MIIS
AD
EE pool
Edge
Server
External
Perimeter
Network
Lync
Clients
Internal
File
Store
Reverse
Proxy
WAC Server
Identity
Lync
Clients
AD
Edge
Server
External
Perimeter
Network
SE Box
Lync
clients
Internal
MIIS
S4 requests (HTTPS)
S4 requests (HTTPS)
Content download
requests (https)
WAC Farm
Reverse
proxy
WOPI requests
(HTTPS)
S4 requests (HTTPS)
Identity
Lync clients
SIP and PSOM
requests (TLS)
File
store
AD
SIP and PSOM
requests (MTLS)
EE pool
Edge
Server
External Web Farm FQDN=
Reverse Proxy FQDN
File
store
External
Perimeter
Network
Lync clients
Internal
MIIS
Lync 2013
Lync 2010 CU4
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
Intrapool Front-End
Fail Over
Scheduling data
Dynamic conference data
Interpool Fail Over—
Planned
Interpool Fail over—
Disaster
Replicated across two other
Front End Servers
Replicated to backup database
via backup service
Replicated to backup database
via backup service
Replicated to backup database
Force flush of data via backup
service, no data loss
No force flush of data via
backup service, potential data
loss of 15 minutes
Replicated across two other
Front End Servers
Not replicated
Not replicated
Replicated via backup service
Replicated via backup service
Force flush of data via backup
service, no data loss
No force flush of data via
backup service, potential data
loss of 15 minutes
No active conference failover
Client rejoin required
No active conference failover
Client rejoin required
Active multipoint control units
(MCUs)
Conference state (e.g., lock)
DFS replication
Content file share
Active conference
Active conference failover, no
client rejoin
Coexistence—
meeting Join

Coexistence—dial in

Coexistence—data
collaboration

(no OneNote support for OC 2007 R2
client)

Coexistence—
application sharing

(desktop sharing only for OC 2007 R2
client)

Coexistence—
audio/video

(No multi-view for OC 2007 R2 client)

(Meet: meeting requires Live Meeting
console client)
N/A
Migration—simple
URL





(no OneNote support for Lync 2010
client)
(Audio conferencing provider [ACP]
Integration for Lync Online)


(No multi-view for Lync 2010 client)


(online users get new simple URL,
existing URL works for on-premises
users and migrated meetings)
Conf:// meetings work
Meet:// meetings no longer work (use
Meeting Migration tool to
reschedule)
Migration—meetings
Migration—meeting
content


Dial-in does not work (use Meeting
Migration tool to reschedule)

Not supported
Lync Server 2013
Exchange Server 2013
Mailbox hold policy -> Archiving policy
What is archived
In-meeting IMs
Lync Server Front End
Meeting join/leave activities with roles
PowerPoint file sharing activities
Handouts
Whiteboard (new)
Poll (new)
Lync Server Front End
Web
Conference
Archives
Lync Server Front End
High Availability (new)
No more archiving server role
Session transcripts
Fails over with Front End Server
In-flight session archives replicated to multiple Front End Servers
SQL mirroring support
Exchange Integration (new)
Mailbox
Server
(Optional) Archiving
Db for archiving
users without
Exchange 15
mailboxes
Exchange Store
Single archiving policy (mailbox hold)
Archives stored in Exchange user mailboxes
Discovery and preservation across Exchange, Lync, and
SharePoint
Disaster Recovery
On-premises and cloud
Requires Exchange 2013 Server

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