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  • Blog Post: January Newsletter – Cloud Computing and the New Decade

    We have left the century’s introductory decade behind us. Will the Cloud be massively adopted during the 2010s? Let's take a look what industry experts have to say. Sign up for other newsletters | Unsubscribe | Update your profile Cloud Computing January 2010   Cloud Computing and the New Decade...
  • Blog Post: [Network World] Microsoft Begins Paving Path for IT, Cloud Integration

    Microsoft launched at PDC a serious effort to build IT into its cloud plans by introducing technologies that help connect existing corporate networks and cloud services to make them look like a single infrastructure. "Azure is looking at the second wave," says Ray Valdes, an analyst with Gartner...
  • Blog Post: On-Premises or in the Cloud, One Consistent Composite Application Experience for Developers

    Windows Server AppFabric is a set of integrated technologies that make it easier to build, scale and manage Web and composite applications that run on MS web server IIS.   Read full story… Windows Server AppFabric developer center Features and capabilities Architectural Overview
  • Blog Post: Exchange Server 2010 Available

    At the Microsoft Tech•Ed Europe 2009 conference in Germany, Microsoft Business Division President Stephen Elop announced that Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 is now available worldwide to help businesses reduce costs, protect communications and delight e-mail users. Along with Windows 7 and Windows Server...
  • Blog Post: System Health: Windows 7 First 'Self-Healing' OS

    Wouldn’t it be nice if the software could fix itself, or at least point to the problem and suggest how you can fix it? Increasingly, it can. And with the launch last week of Windows 7, Microsoft customers are finding a whole new world when it comes to getting software support at their fingertips. Lori...
  • Blog Post: The Economist on How Win7 Marks the End of an Era and the Beginning of a Battle in the Clouds

    Much of computing will no longer be done on personal computers in homes and offices, but in the “cloud”: huge data centres housing vast storage systems and hundreds of thousands of servers, the powerful machines that dish up data over the internet. Web-based e-mail, social networking and online games...
  • Blog Post: [NetworkWorld] Microsoft, Red Hat Seal the Deal on Interoperability

    Operating systems, hypervisors now can be mixed and matched. Eight months after announcing they would make their virtualization wares interoperable, Microsoft and Red Hat delivered the goods Wednesday on their first major collaboration. The two companies announced they have completed testing and validation...
  • Blog Post: Design Microsoft Infrastructure Using a Prescriptive Architectural Approach

    The Infrastructure Planning and Design guides complement Microsoft’s step-by-step product documentation, with an architectural design approach. The guides lead you to an infrastructure design that is optimized for your performance and fault tolerance requirements and is right for your business.  ...
  • Blog Post: [ComputerWorld] Enterprise early adopters start commenting on Windows 7

    Microsoft Corp. today touted the experience of enterprises that have already started to deploy its coming operating system, Windows 7. The software maker also released a study it commissioned to Forrester Consulting, an arm of analyst firm Forrester Research Inc., that looks at the coming needs of large...
  • Blog Post: Collaboration: Enhanced Auditing and Other Improvements in Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 2

    FROM THE EXCHANGE CUSTOMERS EXPERIENCE TEAM- We are pleased to announce the release of Service Pack 2 for Exchange 2007. This marks an important milestone in the development process for Exchange Server 2007. Our team has provided a couple of blog posts here and here outlining what is available in this...
  • Blog Post: August Newsletter – Business Intelligence (BI) Call for Papers

    For this edition of the Microsoft Architecture Journal, we are looking for interesting, thought-provoking, and insightful articles about effective architecture and Business Intelligence. Sign up for other newsletters | Unsubscribe | Update your profile ...
  • Blog Post: Collaboration: Feature-Completed Exchange Server 2010 Release Candidate to Evaluate

    Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 RC helps you achieve new levels of reliability and performance by delivering features that simplify your administration, protect your communications, and delight your users by meeting their demands for greater business mobility. Learn more… [CIO] As Exchange Grows Up, it...
  • Blog Post: [Network World] Nokia deal fuels Microsoft's cloud, collaboration, management strategies

    The company's ongoing strategy has been to create a single management platform for Windows, non-Windows platforms  and devices on the back of its System Center tools. Microsoft has been working in the past few years to widen its management capabilities to include mobile devices, Linux and virtual...
  • Blog Post: [Redmond Developer News] Survey: Cloud Dev Efforts on the Rise

    The move to the Internet cloud will pick up steam in the next year for developers, according to a new survey from Santa Cruz, Calif.-based Evans Data Corp. Nearly half (48 percent plus) of the 500-plus developers surveyed expects to deploy private cloud applications in the coming year. Development for...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Contributes Linux Drivers to Linux Community

    In a break from the ordinary, Microsoft released 20,000 lines of device driver code to the Linux community. Read presspass [Network World] Microsoft stuns Linux world, submits source code for kernel
  • Blog Post: May Newsletter – SOA Call for Papers

    Sign up for this newsletter | Unsubscribe | Update your profile SOA Call for Papers May 2009   SOA Keys for Success Call for Papers The 21st issue of the Architecture Journal will be devoted to SOA Keys for Success . While Cloud, Utility, and Green Computing trends emerge as probable candidates...
  • Blog Post: Health Monitoring: Designing Manageable Applications

    This guide describes how to create applications that are easier to manage. When used alongside the associated code artifacts, this guide should help dramatically simplify the process of creating manageable applications, and therefore reduce the costs associated with application operations. This guide...
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