Microsoft has just released the upgrade course to Server 2012.
The usual suspects are there with Windows PowerShell 3.0 in there, DirectAccess and Hyper-V. If you know your Server 2008 this one should be too much of a stretch. So it is about time you download a copy of 2012 and start configuring.
A Microsoft TechDays Windows Server 2012 event will show you how to…
- Build your private cloud, offer private cloud services, or securely connect to public cloud services
- Increase your efficiency, availability, and manageability
- Leverage an open application and web platform for the datacentre and the cloud
- Provide secure access to your personalised work environment from anywhere
The primary audience for this event is IT Professionals and partners who want to see some of the key infrastructure improvements we’ve made in the upcoming release of the Windows Server 2012.
Showcasing presentations and demos on the following Windows Server 2012 topics…
- More secure multi-tenancy
- Flexible infrastructure, when and where you need it
- Scale, performance, and density
- High availability
Storage and Availability
- Reduces planned maintenance downtime
- Addresses the causes of unplanned downtime
- Increases availability for services and applications
- Increases operational efficiency and lower costs
- Manage private clouds more efficiently
- Link private clouds with public cloud services
- Connect users more easily to IT resources
Server Management & Automation
- Simplifies configuration processes
- Improved management of multi-server environments
- Role-centric dashboard and integrated console
- Simplifies administration process of multi-server environments with Windows PowerShell 3.0
Windows Server 2012 will be released in New Zealand in September.
Just at the Microsoft Server 2012 Techdays event with Nathan Mercer. Check out his blog for the slides and virtual labs in this session.