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Here in Canada we are blessed with a number of phenomenal MVPs (Microsoft Valued Professionals). They are always there to present at user group events, help us out with IT Camps, and share their expertise with the broader IT pro community, and more. Some of them are also authors, such as Mitch Tulloch from Winnipeg, whose most recent title – Introducing Windows Server 2012 – can be downloaded for free (get the PDF here)!!
Introducing Windows Server 2012 is 256 pages and includes 5 chapters loaded with insider information from Mitch and the Windows Server Team. Here’s what you will find inside:
Chapter 1 The business need for Windows Server 2012 The rationale behind cloud computing Making the transition Technical requirements for successful cloud computing Four ways Windows Server 2012 delivers value for cloud computing Foundation for building your private cloud
Chapter 2 Foundation for building your private cloud A complete virtualization platform Increase scalability and performance Business continuity for virtualized workloads
Chapter 3 Highly available, easy-to-manage multi-server platform Continuous availability Cost efficiency Management efficiency
Chapter 4 Deploy web applications on premises and in the cloud Scalable and elastic web platform Support for open standards
Chapter 5 Enabling the modern workstyle Access virtually anywhere, from any device Full Windows experience Enhanced security and compliance
Download your copy today and start to learn about, in my opinion, the most exciting server operating system since Windows 2000!!To read more about the latest news on Windows Server 2012 and to download the release candidate, go here.
Thanks Damir for sharing..sounds like "go.microsoft.com/FWLink is not responding ..
@Amit - Looks like there is an issue with the link in your message - has a double quote at the end. Clicking on any of the links in the post seems to start the download of the eBook - I tested in on a number of computers using several browsers and had no issues. Please click on either of the links in the post to download the eBook and you should be fine.
Thank you for sharing