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Implementing Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 with Sure Step 2012 by Andrew Birch, Keith Dunkinson

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Key technologies and roles to consider

Before starting to design our AX infrastructure, we need to establish how critical a system AX will be once it's live and what sort of uptime we need to provide. Agreeing this at the outset will help inform the decisions we make about high availability, disaster recovery, and so on, which in turn, will allow us to specify the hardware and software we require. It will also help us to determine the level of support the systems will need once they are live. Use the following to help start your discussions about how important system uptime will be to the business:

  • How critical will AX be to the operation of the business? What would it cost the business if the system was not available for an hour or a day or a ...

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