New Microsoft Exchange 2013 on Virtual SAN 6.1 Reference Architecture
Adding VMware Virtual SAN to the Exchange 2013 architecture aims at furthering the evolution by providing highly scalable, reliable, and high-performance storage using cost-effective hardware, specifically directly attached disks in ESXi hosts. Virtual SAN embodies a new storage management paradigm that automates or eliminates many of the complex management workflows that exist in traditional storage systems today. Virtual SAN enables IT administrators to easily deploy and administer Microsoft Exchange 2013 on VMware vSphere while still maintaining high availability and reducing costs using a shared infrastructure hosted on ESXi.
You can access and download the new reference architecture white paper directly from here -> Microsoft Exchange 2013 on Virtual SAN 6.1 Reference Architecture.
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Read the entire article here, New Microsoft Exchange 2013 on Virtual SAN 6.1 Reference Architecture
via Rawlinson Rivera at Punching Clouds.