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vmware esxi 5.1 & sharepoint 2013 compatibility

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Hi experts

i'm going to implement a sharepoint 2013 farm in a vmware esxi 5.1 and first of all i want to know if there are any incompatibility with this platform.

i'm going create a front-end with 12 Gb RAM, 150 gb disk and 4 cores.
and database server with 12 RAM, 800 Gb disk and 4 cores.

Thanks in advance
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I have my own both SP2010 and 2013 farms running in ESXi currently running on 5.1, both on server 08R2 and 2012 (havent updated to R1 yet for 2012)
I have had no issues with regards to VMWare in this case
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