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  • Blog Post: I want you to go read the In the Cloud Blog

    I am channeling my early days living and breathing as a U.S. Army Officer. I can't be any more clear about what I am asking you to do. So, here is your mission: Subscribe to this this nine-part Blog Series called : What’s New in Windows Server & System Center 2012 R2 . In all seriousness...
  • Blog Post: Brad Anderson on A Real Cloud OS for the Enterprise Cloud Era

    Hey everyone, Kevin Beares here... I definitely think you should go check out this latest installment from Brad Anderson. You’ve heard us talk about the Cloud OS before, and, in a new post from the In the Cloud blog, Brad Anderson (Corporate Vice President, Windows Server & System Center...
  • Blog Post: Brad Anderson at TechEd 2013: Delivering on our vision with cloud-first approach

    About 2 months ago, Brad Anderson kicked off a more regular and in depth cadence of blogging on our Microsoft Server and Cloud Blogs through the In the Cloud Blog . In this really short amount of time Brad has published 24 posts that really give an amazing in depth look at Microsoft's Cloud OS and our...
  • Blog Post: The Private Cloud Blog has combined its efforts with Building Clouds

    Hey everyone, I wanted to give you an update on things since we have been a little quiet on the Windows Server Blog over the last couple of months. Clearly, we are in the down section of the blog cycle. Once the BIG Stories about Windows Server 2012 have been told, the technology teams pick up the...
  • Blog Post: Brad Anderson on the topic of Hybrid IT

    Hello again, As you all know, building the ideal IT infrastructure requires planning for a lot of different performance features (reliability, flexibility, scalability, agility). In our new world of IT, planning needs to also consider what is the right place to host workloads (private cloud, public...
  • Blog Post: Transform Your Datacenter with System Center 2012 SP1

    There is an African proverb that says, “It takes a village to raise a child”. So it is with IT. As great an OS as Windows Server 2012 is (and it really is great!), few customers will use it by itself to deliver IT services or run a cloud. The OS is a critical component, but then you need...