I came across a CNet article talking about the microsoft.com team running IIS 7.0 on one of the busiest web sites in the world. IIS 7.0 is an amazing web server, and now with our "Go Live" license, customers can also run IIS 7.0 in production as of Beta 3 of Windows Server 2008.
Here's the amazing interview with the microsoft.com team all about IIS 7.0.
Oh, and if you're interested in how a super-massive web site is run (as I certainly am), get it straight from the horses mouth(s) as their MSCOM blog at:-
And for completeness, here are the statistics from Netcraft for microsoft.com (although the IIS 7.0 results don't seem to be reflected yet):-
i do a project about iis.so i want information about,
1)explain what the technology is;
2)explain how it works;
3)explain who will benefit from its use and why? Look at this from the commercial perspective and the consumer perspective;
4)what alternatives are there? How do they compare?
5)are there government policy issues related to the use of this technology?
6)is it an open or proprietary technology
can you help me,