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Virtualizing Microsoft Exchange Server

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Published on: May 02, 2013
Type of content: EGUIDE
Format: Unknown
Length: 26 pages
Price: FREE


While virtualizing Exchange Server can reduce operational costs, improve flexibility and consolidate resources, a proper plan is necessary in order to avoid potential complications. One question many shops contemplate is whether to choose Microsoft technology and virtualize with its Hyper-V platform, or to go with VMware’s more established vSphere. Another possibility is Citrix XenServer, which may appeal to smaller IT shops looking for a good price. This handbook cuts through biases about the various platforms to help readers make a realistic evaluation of the pros and cons of each, whether they’re using Exchange 2013 or older versions. Readers will learn how to implement a virtualization strategy with each platform and how to monitor and maintain performance of one of their organization’s most essential applications after its virtualized.

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