A question I’ve actually heard several times before came up again at our TechNet Event in Kansas City several weeks ago: “Can I use Hyper-V as a VM (within Windows 7)?” No. “Can you elaborate?” Absolutely. First of all, Hyper-V is a role added to Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2. Hyper-V can’t … Continue reading Where CAN’T You Use Hyper-V? (So Many Questions. So Little Time. Part 11.)
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Here’s another TLA for you all to learn: CEC. Microsoft’s Common Engineering Criteria. The Microsoft Common Engineering Criteria is a set of engineering requirements and guidelines that govern all of Microsoft’s server products. The idea here is that we build products that work well together, and work to help you reduce your TCO (another TLA … Continue reading Transparency: What guides Microsoft to improve server products and reduce your TCO?
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Hey all,On June 4, 2009 I delivered part 1 of a 2 part TechNet Webcast Series on Windows Server 2008 R2. It was the first of a whole series of Windows Server 2008 R2 TechNet Webcasts. Lately, as you may know, I’ve also been recording the webcast demos as screencasts (See my recent set of … Continue reading Screencasts of Windows Server 2008 R2 Demos (Set 1 of 2)
RCs = Release CandidatesRTW = Released to Web“for some” means “for TechNet and MSDN subscribers”You remember several days ago we announced that the RC for Windows 7 would be available to TechNet and MSDN subscribers on April 30th.“Hey, that’s today!”Yep. And of course the first thing I did this morning was to connect up to … Continue reading Breaking News: It’s here! RCs are RTW! (for some)
Really? Just Microsoft? Not likely. Most companies have some need for interoperability between vendors and technologies.. and those technologies don’t always play well together. Microsoft, Linux, MySQL, Apple… these can be a big challenge to support and get working well together.To help address this - to give you some good options around such interoperability challenges … Continue reading “We’re just a Microsoft Shop..”