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  • Blog Post: Windows Server 2008

    Now it’s official! The “real” name for Longhorn Server will be Windows Server 2008 . That doesn’t mean it will be released next year, the target is still that RTM will be during second half of 2007. We normally name our products according to the Microsoft Financial Year, which starts in July. I really...
  • Blog Post: TechEd SEA 2007 Blog

    Since we are ramping up the planning for TechEd SEA 2007 , Ed Quek, who is responsible for the content selection has started blogging about the early plans for the event, which speakers are confirmed and other interesting stuff for all of you who are coming. Check it out here ! I will be speaking...
  • Blog Post: Longhorn Server Scenarios Part I

    Now it’s time to start go through all the scenarios in Longhorn , let's start with Server Managment When you install Longhorn the installation process will continues without the need for you to provide input like admin password, computer name etc. All these settings will be configured when it’s completed...
  • Blog Post: SQL Server 2008 E-learning

    The first E-learning course on SQL Server 2008 is now released. As described on the web: “ You will explore the new data types and the data management features. Additionally, you will learn about the enhanced Integration Services, Analysis Services, and Reporting Services included in SQL Server 2008...
  • Blog Post: Longhorn Server Scenarios Part II

    Hi! It's time for the next Longhorn Scenario: High availability . This is a key scenario in Longhorn Server and will mainly be achieved through the following features: Failover Clustering : To have computers (nodes) work together in a cluster will increase the availability of applications and services...
  • Blog Post: SQL Server 2008 July CTP

    Now you can download the next SQL Server 2008 CTP. Since the June CTP things has changed within T-SQL, Analysis Services, Event collection and data types. More details about the changes can be found here and you can also watch some upcoming web casts for the July CTP.
  • Blog Post: TechEd SEA 2007

    The registration is now opened for TechEd SEA that will take place in Kuala Lumpur on September 10-13. TechEd is Microsoft’s largest event of the year for IT Pros and Developers and will focus on new technologies like Windows Vista, Exchange Server 2007, Office 2007 and the coming version of Windows...
  • Blog Post: Security and Availability in SQL Server 2008

    I just found a good podcast on TechNet EDGE , it’s a TechNet Radio session that is worth listening to if you’re interested in SQL Server 2008. The topic is Security and Availability in SQL Server 2008 , with the SQL experts Kimberly Tripp and Paul S. Randall . I would say podcasts is a great way for...
  • Blog Post: NAP project in Singapore

    I guess you heard about Network Access Protection (NAP) by now but if you want to see how this can be implemented you should check this blog post by Dennis . He has been in contact with two guys in Singapore that are running a NAP pilot, using resources from the IT Pro Momentum program. If you want to...
  • Blog Post: Windows Home Server RC is here!

    The Release Candidate of Windows Home Server is now available for download. There is also a contest going on for people to create add-ins to extend the functionality of the product. More information about Windows Home Server is to be found on the team blog .
  • Blog Post: Sharepoint Enterprise Search

    As I prepared for my Sharepoint session in KL last week I read some articles about Sharepoint and search. One of them was from the TechNet Magazine and gives a good overview of the search solution we provide with MOSS 2007. It also describes in a good way why and how enterprise search differs from internet...
  • Blog Post: Virtualization videos

    If you are interested in virtualization and what’s happening in that area today and tomorrow there’s some videos available now that describes different parts of Windows Server Virtualization , codename “Viridian”. Virtualization in Windows Server Application and Presentation Virtualization NPIV...
  • Blog Post: Windows Server 2008 Scenarios Part IV

    Finally it’s time for the next scenario in the Windows Server 2008 series, Security and Policy Enforcement . Since Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 were designed to be together we get some of the security enhancements we saw in Vista, like BitLocker Drive Encryption and Windows Firewall with Advanced...
  • Blog Post: TechEd SEA 2007 Early Bird period ends next week

    Now it’s only 8 days of early bird promotion period left for TechEd SEA 2007 . For those of you who register before May 31 st the price will be only 599 RM. You can register here If you want to read about the content planning process, have a look at Ed’s TechEd Blog . I will probably do a Forefront...
  • Blog Post: SQL Server 2008 June CTP is availible for download

    Yesterday TechEd US started and as part of the keynote we announced the name for the next release of SQL Server that has been code named “Katmai”. The name will be SQL Server 2008 and now you can also download the first public CTP (Community Technology Preview) of it. Most of the new features concerns...
  • Blog Post: Free E-learning on Windows Server 2008

    Do you want to learn more about Windows Server 2008? For a limited time we have four free E-learning clinics available online. The clinics cover server virtualization, security and policy management, branch office management, centralized application access, and server management. Check them out here
  • Blog Post: News on Vista Service Pack 1

    There have been lots of rumors around Windows Vista Service Pack 1; when will it be released, what it will contain etc but now the Vista team tries to answer all these questions in this blog post. What is interesting to see is that for Vista they try to release updates through Windows Update as soon...
  • Blog Post: Longhorn Beta 3 is now public!

    Now it’s finally here, the public Beta 3 of the next version of Windows Server, code name “Longhorn”. To try to shortly describe what this version is all about is difficult so I will instead describe the scenarios Longhorn will handle and over the coming weeks try to describe all of them in more detail...