About the Author: Jason Perlow is a Technology Solution Professional with Microsoft Partner Hosting & Cloud Services based in the Miami-Fort Lauderdale area. He can be reached at email@example.com
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Welcome to the first installment of the Cloud Broiler blog series. For those of you that follow my writing exploits elsewhere on the web, thank you so much for seeking me out at my new “chateau” here at the Microsoft Server & Tools Blog.
Over the next several weeks and months, I’m going to highlight all the different features and capabilities of our Windows Server and Cloud OS platform, at a very high level, so that our overall message and positioning of these products are better understood. And if you need to deep dive into any particular area that interests you, we will be sure to provide those resources for you.
We have an extensive multi-course tasting menu to cover Windows Server 2012 over the next several weeks, so I hope you are hungry, and make sure you leave room for dessert.
- Hyper-V Scalability Enhancements in Windows Server 2012
- VHDX and Storage Enhancements in Windows Server 2012
- Block-based Enhancements in Windows Server 2012
- All about our new Windows 2012 file server (Storage spaces, SMB 3, CSV)
- High Availability Enhancements (Clustering and Migration Prioritization for VMs, Live Migration queuing, SAN snapshots, Synchronous)
- An Overview of Migration and Replica features in Windows Server 2012
- A Map of the Microsoft Virtualization and Systems Management Universe: The Roles Our Products Serve Relative to the Competition
- Linux support in Hyper-V
- Server 2012 Networking improvements – On being Agile in your enterprise
- Why should my sysadmins care about Powershell 3?
- Multitenancy with IIS8: Doing more with less hardware
- An update on what we’ve done with Remote Desktop Services
- All about Dynamic Access Control and why it’s important to your organization
- DirectAccess and Trusted Platform Modules: Why you should care
- Running Microsoft Workloads on Hyper-V: Why Our Products Perform Better on our Hypervisor