Windows Server 2012 Released to Manufacturing

Today is a huge day because Windows Server 2012 and Windows 8 both released to manufacturing. I have been playing with both for a long time, and of course I love Windows PowerShell 3.0 which is built in to both products. The new CIM cmdlets, the additional cmdlets for managing nearly everything make using Windows PowerShell a dream. Both Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 will be up on MSDN and on TechNet for subscribers soon. See the Windows 8 blog and the Windows Server blog for details.

Both new products will play a prominent role in the upcoming PowerShell Saturday’s in Charlotte and in Atlanta.

Stay tuned as I begin to explore the goodness exposed by Windows PowerShell 3.0 in our latest operating systems.

Ed Wilson

Comments (4)

  1. Powershell 3.0 is awesome.  Managing Server 2012 is going to be fun.

  2. K_Schulte says:

    Congratulations to the Windows 8 and Server 2012 team!

    They made a good job!


  3. Chris McKee says:

    Congrats to the WS2012 Team… Only took IIS 6 years longer than the Apache HTTPD Project to add SNI 😉

  4. Allan Hirt says:

    Good job with Windows Server 2012 and PS 3, although there are still a few stragglers that I have found do not have cmdlets. Leap years over where we were with W2K8 R2, though …