Last month at the BUILD Conference we introduced Windows Server 8 and began discussing how it will help customers deliver the most dynamic, available, and cost-effective server platform for what we call "cloud optimized IT." I wanted to follow up on Bill Laing's blog post and dig into the advancements in our Hyper-V virtualization role, which provides a complete virtualization platform, increased scalability and performance, and connectivity to cloud services.
Using Windows Server 8 Hyper-V, organization can deliver fully isolated, multi-tenant clouds, enable high scale and low cost data centers and provide the most manageable, extensible and interoperable platform for cloud. Below are just a few examples of some new and enhanced features in the Windows Server 8 Developer Preview that support a complete virtualization platform and provide the best platform for the cloud.
Read the complete blog at http://blogs.technet.com/b/server-cloud/archive/2011/10/11/windows-server-8-hyper-v-overview.aspx
Read my favorites blogs:
Designing a backup less Exchange 2010 Architecture
Step by step guide for upgrading Active Directory from Microsoft Windows 2003 to Microsoft Windows Server 2008
Microsoft Exchange 2010 CAS Array – Steps and Recommendations
Appear Offline in Microsoft Office Communicator Server 2007
Microsoft Exchange 2010 Test cases
Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Disaster Recovery
8 into the windows server, great news