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Virtualizing Microsoft Exchange 2010 with VMware-Customer self paced course May 31, 2012

Posted by vbry21 in VMware Training.
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I recently posted an article regarding the virtualisation of Exchange 2010 and stated that “yes it is possible”, and also gave some links for the documents from Microsoft and VMware on best practices.

I was just signing myself up for some online learning relating to the vCAP-DCD 5 and I found a self paced online course from VMware for Virtualising Exchange, so I’ve signed up for it.

I’m going to work through the course this weekend (sad yes, but it’s my job and it’s for my benefit, also Tracey my wife and the kiddies are going shopping (I’ve just been paid))

Here’s the description of this course.

Overview:

 

This self paced course discusses why organizations need to consider virtualization of Exchange 2010. This course focuses on the Exchange design prerequisites and Exchange design considerations. This course also covers guidelines for designing, sizing, and implementing Exchange 2010 on vSphere.

 

Objectives:   

 

After completing the course, you should be able to:

Describe the need for virtualizing Microsoft Exchange 2010.
Describe the benefits of virtualizing Microsoft Exchange 2010.
State the prerequisites for designing the virtualized Exchange environment.
Describe the process of sizing Exchange servers using both manual and automated processes.
Illustrate several design and sizing examples for various sized environments.
Describe design considerations and guidelines for Exchange sizing.
Discuss implementation considerations for virtualizing Exchange on VMware vSphere.
Explain the process for testing Exchange performance.
Discuss the methods of monitoring Exchange performance on vSphere.

 

To access this course go to

http://mylearn.vmware.com/mgrreg/courses.cfm?ui=www_edu&a=one&id_subject=31389

 

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