Microsoft.com Engineering Operations TechCenter NEW on TechNet.Microsoft.com

The Microsoft.com Operations Team is pleased to announce the launch of our new Microsoft.com Engineering Operations TechCenter. This site ids designed with the ITPro/Systems Engineer in mind. We get to work on some cutting edge technologies and our goal is to share our experiences, best practices, and findings with the ITPro/Systems Engineering community. Take a…

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Microsoft.com Engineering Operations Forum Is Now LIVE!!

  We are pleased to announce that the Microsoft.com Engineering Operations Forum is now live on TechNet.  Come join us in discussions that are focused on Engineering Operations. Ask questions, give us your insights, help us build the community of folks that are engaged in real-world systems engineering. Log in with your Windows Live ID…

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Add a little Development, mix in some Security, a dash of Program Management, apply a liberal amount of IIS and SQL…Part of the Recipe for MSCOM Operations’ Blog

  Readers of this blog might have noticed (or been puzzled by) the variety of subject matter that we present. We have had blog posts ranging from “Why Dogfood?” to “Scaling Your Windows…and other TCP/IP Enhancements” to “Where Oh Where Did All of the Microsoft.com SQL Clusters Go?” So what drives the topics for this…

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Top 10 Topics for MSCOM Ops…How Are We Organized?

More answers for you… Question: What representation does Operations have within the MS management structure? MSCOM Operations is part of the Windows Division within Microsoft.  It is a team of roughly 75 Full Time Employees (FTE) and 20 Contingent Staff/Vendors.  Roles in the operations team include Business Mgmt (5), System Engineering (Web & DB Ops -…

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