3 common scenarios supported for Virtualization in EBS

EBS team had an special session for partners covering the intended support details for running Windows Essential Business Server 2008 in a virtual environment. If you’re planning for the future deployments of EBS, it’s important to know what scenarios are going to be supporting and how to identify which customers could potentially be virtualized. You can view the webcast […]

EBS team had an special session for partners covering the intended support details for running Windows Essential Business Server 2008 in a virtual environment. If you’re planning for the future deployments of EBS, it’s important to know what scenarios are going to be supporting and how to identify which customers could potentially be virtualized.

You can view the webcast by going here.  You’ll need to be a registered partner, but it’s a simple process to sign up.

Here’e some of the details of the scenarios, and some of the common benefits of running these configurations.

  • Scenario One:  Fully Virtualized EBS
  • Scenario Two:  Two Physical Servers Virtualizing EBS
  • Scenario Three:  EBS Management, Messaging and Security Physical – Premium Server Hyper-V Parent

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