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Virtualization is a great way to consolidate resources and save precious capital, but messaging administrators still need to keep a close eye on performance and scalability. Not only is VMware the dominant virtualization platform, but it works very well with Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, so many organizations are considering it over Hyper-V. In this handbook you'll learn about best practices for Exchange virtualization, including admin tips on the best ways to deploy Exchange on a VMware infrastructure, managing storage and troubleshooting performance.  Access >>>

Table of contents

  • Reasons for using VMware
  • Infrastructure and resources
  • Getting Exchange virtualized
  • Best practices

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