Introducing Windows Server 2012

O’reilly Media introduces Introducing Windows Server 2012 well ahead of its official launch by Microsoft. Get a head start evaluating Window Server 2012—with technical insights from Mitch Tulloch, a Microsoft MVP who’s worked extensively with the beta release.

Introducing Windows Server 2012 (Microsoft Press, $14.99 USD) illuminates new features and capabilities, with scenarios demonstrating how the platform can meet the needs of your business.

Based on beta software, this book provides the early, high-level information you need to begin preparing now for deployment and management. Topics include

  1. Virtualization and cloud solutions
  2. Availability
  3. Provisioning and storage management
  4. Security and scalability
  5. Infrastructure options
  6. Server administration

Introducing Windows Server 2012

Publisher: Microsoft Press

By Mitch Tulloch

Print ISBN: 9780735666795

Ebook ISBN: 9780735669758

Pages: 254

Print Price: $14.99

About Mitch Tulloch

Mitch Tulloch is a widely recognized expert on Windows administration and has been awarded Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) status for his contributions supporting those who deploy and use Microsoft platforms, products, and solutions.

About Microsoft Press

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About O’Reilly

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