Press Release: July 3, 2012
New Release from Microsoft Press--Introducing Windows Server® 2012
Sebastopol, CA—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:
- Virtualization and cloud solutions
- Provisioning and storage management
- Security and scalability
- Infrastructure options
- Server administration
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For more information about the book, including table of contents, author bios, and cover graphic, see: http://shop.oreilly.com/product/0790145349392.do
Introducing Windows Server® 2012
Publisher: Microsoft Press
By Mitch Tulloch
Print ISBN: 9780735666795 Ebook ISBN: 9780735669758
Print Price: $14.99
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