UPDATE – there is a new version of this free ebook that is based on the RTM version of the software. Please find the new announcement here with links to the new edition.
I’m excited to announce the most recent free ebook offered by Microsoft Press. Introducing Windows Server 2012, by Mitch Tulloch, is now ready for free download! Please see the links below to download one or all of the available formats.
Introducing Windows Server 2012 PDF ebook
Introducing Windows Server 2012 EPUB ebook
Introducing Windows Server 2012 MOBI ebook
If you prefer a hard copy of the book, you can order it here for $14.99.
Introducing Windows Server 2012 is 256 pages and includes 5 chapters loaded with insider information from the Windows Server Team.
Chapter 1 The business need for Windows Server 2012 The rationale behind cloud computing Making the transition Technical requirements for successful cloud computing Four ways Windows Server 2012 delivers value for cloud computing Foundation for building your private cloud
Chapter 2 Foundation for building your private cloud A complete virtualization platform Increase scalability and performance Business continuity for virtualized workloads
Chapter 3 Highly available, easy-to-manage multi-server platform Continuous availability Cost efficiency Management efficiency Chapter 4 Deploy web applications on premises and in the cloud Scalable and elastic web platform Support for open standards Chapter 5 Enabling the modern workstyle Access virtually anywhere, from any device Full Windows experience Enhanced security and compliance
To read more about the latest news on Windows Server 2012 and to download the release candidate, go here.
Thank for freee E- Books ...........
Thanks, I'm getting the hard copy from Oreilly.
Thank you very much for this free book--
thanks for the ebook
hello please i want to write exam on server 2012 please as lay man i need someone to give video tutorial to prepare for the exam am new in server application thank
There are some nice, cool features in Server 2012. If you are reading this, get used to the Metro interface, it is not as bad as it looks!
Is there a similar book available for Windows 2012 Server Essentials? Thanks.