My webcast about Exchange Server 2010 and virtualization, in now online on TechNet Video. In this presentation I talk about the (non)sense of virtualizing Exchange Server 2010 and things to look out for.


Chances are that you already are or will be running Exchange virtualized. The reasons to be virtualizing Exchange often come down to better hardware utilization, increased deployment or operational flexibility and sometimes even to align with the datacenter strategy. Whatever the reason might be, it’s important to know what the implications are when virtualizing Exchange. In this session we will talk about technologies that might impact virtualization of Exchange, compare the high availability features offered by the virtualization platform with native data protection features in Exchange 2010 and cover some scenarios where virtualization might not be the right fit.


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