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Using Windows Server 8 for building private and public IaaS clouds

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Windows Server 8 is the first operating system to be optimized to support Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) for building private and public clouds. With Windows Server 8, customers will be able to build scalable and flexible clouds, rapidly migrate their existing apps and services, and efficiently manage and monitor the cloud. With hundreds of new features in Hyper-V, encompassing networking, storage and more, Windows Server 8 creates several new opportunities for software, hardware and solution partners, as well as hosters, to extend and manage clouds. This session provides an overview of how Windows Server 8 enables IaaS and the rich, new development opportunities provided by the release.
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  • SastrySastry

    When can we have the recording available for this session.

  • Anil MahadevAnilMahadev "What lies in our power to do, it lies in our power not to do." - Aristotle

    This is a awesome!

  • YigalYigal

    A new white paper is available with more details on all content presented in this session:

  • FrankieCFrankieC The Mad Code Crunching Pianist

    Great session!  Really happy to see all you guys are doing with this release. 

  • DrTomShindertshinder To the cloud!

    This is fantastic! Great presentation and really exciting to see the revolutionary improvements in Hyper-V that enable the IaaS Private Cloud. Thanks! -Tom.

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