Running Exchange Server can be complex and time consuming. And when you’ve figured it all out, sometimes it still doesn’t work. The fact is, planning a static architecture for any application always has serious challenges. Complicated acquisitions and divestitures. Unexpected growth in mailboxes. Massive, new message volume. Meanwhile, Database Availability Group (DAG) architecture is extremely rigid. And most storage solutions, like direct attached storage, actually make adapting to changing needs even more difficult.