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5 best practices for VMware admins: Microsoft Exchange on VMware

Scott Lowe, Partner and Co-founder, ActualTech Media

5 best practices for VMware admins: Microsoft Exchange on VMware
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Published: February, 2013
vSphere administrators often avoid virtualizing Microsoft Exchange because they are concerned about the impact this could have on the virtual environment. The good news is that even the largest Exchange environments can be safely and easily virtualized.

Both vSphere and Exchange administrators will benefit from the tips offered here. Read this white paper to find answers to questions, such as:
  • Is it better to have fewer virtual machines that are larger or more numerous virtual machines that are smaller?
  • What tools are available to help ensure that Exchange runs at peak performance levels?
  • Why is it important to avoid over provisioning Exchange servers in a virtual environment?
vSphere administrators often avoid virtualizing Microsoft Exchange because they are concerned about the impact this could have on the virtual environment. The good news is that even the largest Exchange environments can be safely and easily virtualized.

Both vSphere and Exchange administrators will benefit from the tips offered here. Read this white paper to find answers to questions, such as:
  • Is it better to have fewer virtual machines that are larger or more numerous virtual machines that are smaller?
  • What tools are available to help ensure that Exchange runs at peak performance levels?
  • Why is it important to avoid over provisioning Exchange servers in a virtual environment?
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