Week of August 19: Let MVPs help you prepare for the Windows Server 2012 launch in October

Hi, all, It’s summer and many people are taking some time off (myself included) but some of the Windows Server MVPs are still blogging away. First, as summer draws to an end, it’s a good time to start planning for your next in-person events this fall. As noted by the MVPs, Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows 8.1 will launch October 18….


Week of June 10: Blog posts by WS/SC MVPs

Hi, all, Wow—what a spring! Between traveling for community events, on-campus events, and TechEd, it’s been a while since I posted this blog roundup. However, regardless of everything else going on I had to do this one with all the news from TechEd North America, as presented by our MVPs in Windows Server and System…


Building a Windows Server 2012 Cloud Infrastructure with PowerShell

“Hi there!  I’d like to reintroduce Josh Adams, a Senior Program Manager in the Enterprise Engineering Center (EEC), a facility dedicated to validating Microsoft’s next wave of enterprise solutions.  Josh’s current area of focus is on building IaaS clouds with Window Server 2012.  This blog delves into the end-to-end specifics of deploying Windows-based IaaS clouds…


15GB/s + 5 Days = 6 Petabytes of Streamed Data - SMB3.0 Multi-Channel + RDMA Demo Wins Best of TechEd

In this blog post, we would like to highlight one piece of the work we have done with Independent Hardware Vendors and OEM Storage partners who are adopting the new SMB 3.0 protocol available in Windows Server 2012. Don Cottam is a program manager in the Windows Server Partner and Customer Ecosystem Team who worked…