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SharePoint Virtualized = Excellent For Production

Though it goes against my better nature, as it is not like me to go against what some really big brains say, I’m tired of hearing from many people as well as ‘company lines’ that SharePoint and SQL Server are not good candidates for virtualization.  It’s easy to sell it that way, but it’s just not true.

The simulations and production deployments that I have been a part of speak otherwise, along with candidate architectures and testing that have been conducted by EMC.  As a matter of fact, I would say that SharePoint and SQL Server are excellent candidates for virtualization, as every production implementation should consider their COOP (Continuity of Operations) and DR (Disaster Recovery) scenarios as a major point of design.

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