Virtualization: Overview of Exchange Server

To run a network application, a remote-server requires an Exchange Server. One of the fundamental types of Exchange Server is the hybrid environment that provides users with both inbound and outbound email. An Exchange Hybrid environment uses virtualization to provide this functionality. An Exchange Hybrid environment consists of two main components: a virtualization infrastructure, which uses supervisors to provide an application platform and an Exchange Server. Hypervisors are virtual machines that reside on the Exchange Server or virtualized. The supervisor provides the capability to run the virtualized application. The virtualization architecture is composed of several components. It includes hardware virtualization...