new and updated IPD files

Hi guys,

There is 1 new IPD document and 1 revised document. Here’s the list of the new and revised docs.

NEW: Infrastructure Planning and Design Guide for Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010
Revised: Infrastructure Planning and Design Guide for System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R3 and Forefront Endpoint Protection

The Infrastructure Planning and Design team has released a new guide: SharePoint Server 2010. Download the guide now: 

This guide takes the IT architect through an easy-to-follow planning and design process to successfully create a SharePoint Server infrastructure that is appropriately placed, sized, and designed to deliver the desired business benefits, while also considering the performance, capacity, and fault tolerance of the system. It addresses the scenarios most likely to be encountered by someone designing a SharePoint Server infrastructure.

The IPD Guide for SharePoint Server can help you reduce planning time and costs, and ensure a successful rollout of SharePoint Server—helping your organization to more quickly benefit from this flexible and reliable collaboration platform.

The Infrastructure Planning and Design team has updated a guide: System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R3 and Forefront Endpoint Protection. Download the guide now:

This guide has been updated for R3 and now includes Forefront Endpoint Protection! This guide leads the reader through the process of planning a Configuration Manager infrastructure and optionally a Forefront Endpoint Protection (FEP) infrastructure. The guide has been revised to include new enhancements in Configuration Manager 2007 R3 such as enhanced scalability and performance, power management, operating system deployment improvements and more. FEP uses Configuration Manager’s capabilities to perform tasks such as deploying antimalware clients, enforcing security policies on endpoints, managing devices, and alerting administrators to events related to FEP.
Infrastructure Planning and Design streamlines the planning process by:
• Defining the technical decision flow through the planning process.
• Listing the decisions to be made and the commonly available options and considerations.
• Relating the decisions and options to the business in terms of cost, complexity, and other characteristics.
• Framing decisions in terms of additional questions to the business to ensure a comprehensive alignment with the appropriate business landscape.

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