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TechNet Radio: Delivering Results - How Microsoft.com Scales Using Windows Server 2012

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Tommy Patterson welcomes Sr. Service Engineering Manager, George Holman to the show as he shares with us how his team used Windows Server 2012 to help scale and improve the performance of Microsoft.com. Tune in as he describes the noticeable difference between Server 2012 vs. previous versions of Windows Server, as well as outlines how his team planned for and deployed it in their environment.

  • [1:28] What was the situation? Describe some of the challenges surrounding Microsoft.com and their need to scale
  • [3:28] How did MSIT deploy Windows Server 2012 for MSCOM?
  • [11:39] What were the results?
  • [13:21] Can you share with us some deployment best practices?

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