With Windows Server 2008 releasing to manufacturers today, Microsoft has made tools, training and resources available to customers and partners to help make it easier and faster to deploy or build upon the new operating system.
Microsoft Hyper-V Server gives customers a new server virtualization option that can provide simplified, reliable and cost-effective virtualization solutions which can be easily plugged into existing infrastructure.
Q&A: Ted Kummert, corporate vice president, Data and Storage Platform Division at Microsoft, discusses the upcoming release of the SQL Server 2008 November CTP and recent announcements from the SQL Server group.
Microsoft unveils the official name for Windows Essential Business Server, previously codenamed “Centro,” and announces its key components and features, as well as an initial set of industry partners planning to support the new solution.
Q&A: Ted Kummert, corporate vice president of the Data and Storage Platform Division at Microsoft, discusses the company’s commitment to storage solutions and the role of partners in fulfilling its vision of Universal Distributed Storage.
Built using an unprecedented level of customer feedback, the advancements in Windows Server 2008 are indicative of Microsoft’s commitment to give customers the tools and applications they want and need in today’s environment.