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2, Exchange Deployment Projects, described the three Microsoft Operations Framework (MOF) phases: Plan, Deliver, and Operate. The focus in that chapter was primarily on the Plan and Deliver phases; this chapter continues with the Operate phase. The Operate phase includes operations, service monitoring and control, customer service, and problem management. Examples of specific tasks include proactive maintenance, trend analysis, and capacity planning. Figure 17-1 shows the different activities that are part of the Operate phase. The goal of the Operate phase is to ensure that the systems are operating within the defined service-level agreements (SLAs) established with the business. You should define your SLAs during the planning phase because the system should be designed to support business requirements. If you don t do this, one outcome is that needless money is spent building overly complex solutions that are difficult to operate (and can potentially result in lower-than-expected uptime).
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Operations Service Monitoring and Control Customer Service Problem Management
FIGURE 17-1 The Operate phase
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problem vs. Incident Management
Problem management and incident management are sometimes confused. Incident management means to troubleshoot an issue to restore service as quickly as possible. Problem management seeks to determine root causes to prevent an issue from occurring in the future. These two activities are often at odds with each other. For example, let s say a server is experiencing trouble. From an incident management perspective, rebooting the server may be the quickest way to correct the problem. However, from a problem management perspective a reboot may destroy relevant diagnostic information needed to fully analyze the issue. As a compromise between restoring the service as quickly as possible and collecting useful information, a well-documented troubleshooting plan should be implemented. This plan should include items such as what information to collect and how long to allow for collecting data.
Trending and Capacity planning
Trend analysis and capacity planning are closely related to performance and problem management. Trend analysis takes a longer view of performance data and problem management records to predict and prevent issues. For example, collecting data related to CPU utilization can show over time that a server is reaching a predetermined threshold and will eventually be unable to meet an SLA. Another example is correlating a rise in the number of helpdesk tickets related to group management to help justify the implementation of a self-service solution. As you can see, trend analysis on its own does not solve problems, but can have a large impact on keeping operations running smoothly over time. Trending begins with taking a baseline. It is important to establish a baseline that lasts for a full business cycle. This time period will vary between companies, but should include enough time to account for peak busy and slow times. For example, a business cycle may coincide with regular product promotions. This time is considered as peak system usage. Figure 17-2 illustrates the iterative process used for trending systems.
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Create baseline for a full business cycle
Adjust thresholds and server configuration
Analyze peaks and troughs
Review trends
Set warning and error levels
FIGURE 17-2 The trending process
It is important to repeat the process to make sure that the systems stay aligned with changes in the business or even after applying updates to the products. For example, a new service pack for Exchange is released and changes to the product may affect server performance. The Exchange administrator has periodically taken basic performance monitoring snapshots during peak and non-peak times. She has done this throughout the year, and she has a good idea of what the typical server load should be. Today, she tracks processor utilization for both high thresholds (85 percent) and low thresholds (40 percent). She tracks low CPU usage because it is another indicator of trouble with the server the server runs on average 50 percent utilized. After applying the new service pack, the administrator now occasionally gets alerts that the CPU is lower than the minimum threshold. Finding that the server is operating normally, she discovers that the service pack re-architected some processes, and the CPU requirements were reduced. She now needs to readjust her normal thresholds by establishing a new baseline. This is just one example of how monitoring and trending need to be performed periodically. It is also an example of the problems that can be caused by rushing a service pack into production without understanding the full impact of the new software. Another classic example is that servers are often designed to meet a specific load in this case around RIM BlackBerry devices. To accommodate the additional I/O on the mailbox storage generated by these devices, an administrator must estimate the number of devices when doing storage calculations. If the anticipated demand for mobile devices was inaccurate, and twice the number of users carry these mobile devices, this will have significant impact on the mailbox server storage, but many companies fail to go back and either change the storage configuration or add additional capacity before performance becomes an issue that end users notice. Trending over time will help predict the impact of changes before they become issues.
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