Microsoft.com Operations

We are the operations team that runs the Microsoft.com sites.

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  • Blog Post: The Tasty Morsels Found In Dogfood… MSCOM OPS Top 10 Changes In IIS7.0

    Dogfood….yummmm! Yes it is true, Microsoft.com has been running Beta 3 of Windows Server 2008 in production since June 12, 2007. What does that mean? 78 of 80 servers that host the www.microsoft.com website are running W2K8 Beta 3 and IIS7.0. Why only 78? We keep a couple of servers running our previous...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft.com Operations Performance Analysis of IIS 7.0/Windows Server 2008

    Now that Windows Server 2008 has been released earlier this year many enterprises are assessing the value proposition of moving to the Windows Server 2008 and IIS 7.0. As an IT Pro or decision maker in this process you want real world working proof to make your decision clearer. Sure, the new file based...
  • Blog Post: Scaling Your Windows...and other TCP/IP Enhancements in Windows Vista/Longhorn

    Our Ops team has been testing and sampling the goods that are Longhorn Server for a while now and one of the areas we're very interested in is networking. Specifically, we're jazzed about the changes happening in the TCP/IP stack for both Vista and Longhorn. We know the impact will be huge for backend...