Organization planning for Lync Server 2013
Topic Last Modified: 2012-09-24
The topics in this section help you get started with planning your Lync Server deployment.
In This Section
Deciding how to deploy Lync Server 2013 provides guidelines for choosing between these basic deployment scenarios for Lync Server 2013.
Beginning the planning process for Lync Server 2013 helps you understand how to get started planning an on-premises deployment and how the planning documentation works with Topology Builder.
Topology basics you must know before planning for Lync Server 2013 describes the basics of Lync Server topologies, including sites, server pools, and topologies that support high availability and disaster recovery.
Initial planning decisions for Lync Server 2013 takes you through the questions you must answer to decide what workloads and features of Lync Server to deploy.
Clients for Lync Server 2013 describes the different types of client software that you can deploy to your organization’s users, including computer-installed client software, web-based clients, and mobile devices.
Reference topologies in Lync Server 2013 shows three sample topologies that illustrate good topology design in three typical organization types, and explains the reasoning behind many of the decisions in designing those topologies.