Ideal Platform Runs Microsoft Exchange at Peak Performance
sponsored by VMware, Inc.
E-mail has become one of the most critical applications in an organization’s IT infrastructure. Organizations increasingly rely on messaging tools for individual and organizational effectiveness.
Microsoft® Exchange is the most widely used email system in the world, it has many advantages but there are also shortcomings such as:
- hardware platform dependence,
- under-utilization of server computing resources,
- lack of flexibility to respond to changing workloads,
- heavy costs associated with maintaining disaster recovery, test, and development environments
The architectural improvements in Exchange Server 2010 cannot fully address these limitations. The ideal platform for Exchange would:
- adapt easily to changing workloads,
- provide flexibility to accommodate changing demands on an organization’s IT infrastructure,
- remain reliable,
- resilient despite system outages and
- improve both staff and infrastructure hardware effectiveness.
A new operational platform can accomplish these goals.
This extensive guide provides best practice guidelines for deploying Exchange Server 2010 on VMware vSphere.
Download this guide to benefit from the following:
- gain an understanding of how the system will work
- overview of technical capabilities
- gain an understanding of how Exchange might fit into a virtual infrastructure and
- model business processes to take advantage of the savings and operational efficiencies achieved with virtualization
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