As my friend Tom Shinder recently announced on his blog, he is leading the Private Cloud initiative and one of the projects that we are working together is the Cloud Infrastructure with Windows Server “8” Beta. You can find these technical scenarios in the Windows Server “8” Beta page in the location shown below:
…or you can directly access the Building Your Cloud Infrastructure scenario from here.
Stay tuned for more exciting stuff about Windows Server “8” Beta at Windows Server Blog.
My last post was 18 days ago when I talked about the Cloud Infrastructure using Windows Server “8” Beta. On the same token I would like to let you know that soon (probably in the next couple of days) we will release Episode 17 of From End to Edge and Beyond where we interviewed Josh Adams. Josh will talk about this document that we wrote and will demonstrate how to build a cloud infrastructure using Windows Server “8” Beta.
Stay tune in this channel!
Since we are talking about cloud, yesterday me and Tom Shinder delivered a presentation at Share Cloud Dallas about Private Cloud Security. We had a great time not only presenting but also networking with other IT PROs from DFW area.
You can download the presentation from here and you can access the Private Cloud Blog for more information about some of the scenarios that we discussed during this session.
One year ago we were launching the video below where I talk about the TechNet Wiki:
Lots of things happened throughout this one year and the TechNet Wiki platform got even stronger than it was. A great example of that is the recent publication of an article related to Windows Server “8” Beta directly from product team. This really shows the commitment that Microsoft has with this platform. In order to assist you to evangelize others IT PROs/DEVs on how to use this platform, I’m making available a slide deck that I used in many events where I want to call for engagement on this platform, download the deck from here. I would like also to congratulate the Brazilian community for growing from a couple of hundred articles to more one thousand articles in nine months period. Great job guys!
Other important links:
Let’s keep up the great work and evangelize others to use the platform!
What a great way to start a leap day and see that lots of hours of hard work are now available to public consumption: Windows Server “8” Beta is available for download here. The new Windows Server “8” Beta page at TechNet Library was also launched:
In this page you will find tons of information about this release, such as the new WSUS, enhancements in Security and Protection, enhancements and new networking features, Active Directory Rights Management Services and much more.
Go ahead and start download Windows Server “8” Beta, play with it, connect with others to discuss about this release and give your feedback.
Today we released the first WSUS on Windows Server “8” Beta blog post at WSUS CSS Team Blog. This post focus on the WSUS Role installation on Windows Server “8” Beta using the new Server Manager experience. Make sure to stop by the link below and review the article:
There you will also find links to the WSUS on Windows Server “8” Beta TechNet Library page. There are plans to release more blog posts and the next one will be about WSUS role installation using PowerShell.
Stay tuned to the Windows Server Blog for future announcements related to Windows Server “8” Beta !