Join Ed Liberman for an in-depth discussion in this video FSRM overview, part of Windows Server 2012 R2: Configure File Services.
- [Voiceover] Capacity Management is a proactive process…of determining the current and future capacity needs…of your enterprise's storage environment.…As the size and complexity of the data increases,…the need for capacity management also increases.…To meet the storage needs of your organization effectively,…you need to track how much storage capacity is available,…how much storage space you need for future expansion,…and how you are currently using your environment's storage.…So let's talk about some capacity management challenges.…So first has to do with determining existing storage use.…
To manage your storage environment, you need to understand…your environment's current storage requirements.…You should know much much data is being stored…on your servers, what types of data are being stored,…and how the data is currently being used,…in order to establish the benchmarks…of capacity management in your environment.…Next we have establishing and enforcing usage policies.…Capacity management includes ensuring…
Note: This course also maps to the Configure File and Print Services domain for Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSA) Exam 70-411, Administering Windows Server 2012. Review the exam objectives here.
- Configuring quotas
- Configuring file management tasks
- Configuring DFS namespaces and replication
- Encrypting files with BitLocker and EFS
- Implementing advanced audit policy settings