As users begin to increasingly adopt VMware® virtualization products to support production applications, some are looking to move even performance-intensive applications, like Microsoft® Exchange Server, to VMs. Dell engineers have spent time characterizing and testing Microsoft Exchange Server 2003, 2007, and 2010 on VMware ESX Server.

Exchange Server 2010 on VMware vSphere

Sizing and Best Practices for Deploying Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 on VMware vSphere and Dell EqualLogic Storage - Dell Storage Infrastructure and Solutions

Dell and Exchange Server 2010 - Landing page on

Dell TechCenter Blog - Dell Community blogs on Exchange 2010 on vSphere
Solution by Engineers for Engineers Presents Microsoft Exchange 2010 Running on VMware vSphere 4

VMware VROOM! - Multi part series of posts on the VMware performance team blog using a Dell PowerEdge R710 to measure the performance of Exchange 2010 on vSphere 4.
Exchange 2010 Scale-Up Performance on vSphere 4
Exchange 2010 Disk I/O on vSphere 4
Exchange 2010 Scale-Out Performance on vSphere 4

Virtualization Edge - The Exchange 2010 specific posts from a VMware community based blog.
8000 Exchange 2010 Users in a Single VM with Capacity to Spare
Exchange 2010 Mailbox VM I/O Sizes

Exchange Server 2007 and 2003 on VMware Infrastructure

Virtualizing Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 with VMware ESX Server 3 Virtualizing Exchange 2007: The Final Frontier?
Using VMware High Availability and VMotion with Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Virtual Machines on Dell PowerEdge Servers Exchange Server 2003 Performance on ESX 3
Microsoft Support Policies and Recommendations for Exchange Servers in Hardware Virtualization Environments Deploying Exchange Server 2007 on VMware Infrastructure: A VMware Internal Case Study
Using a Private Cloud to Improve the Performance of Exchange 2007 Performance of Exchange 2007 with Fault Tolerant VMs on vSphere 4