Jeffrey Snover, lead architect for the Windows Server Division at Microsoft, talks with Michael Otey and Sean Deuby about upcoming enhancements to Windows Server. Their discussion of Windows Server 2012 (formerly Windows Server 8) covers storage improvements, the importance of PowerShell, virtualization enhancements in Hyper-V, improved scalability, and the importance of Server Core. (More on Windows Server 2012).

 

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