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Learn about some of the new benefits and features in Internet Information Services 7.0 on Windows Server 2008 as experienced during the deployment of IIS 7.0 as the Web and application platform for Microsoft.com.  Internet Information Services 7.0 in Windows Server 2008 provides management, security, performance and extensibility improvements when Windows Server 2008 is deployed to host and manage applications and services that run on the server and/or over the Web.


Eric Ostrowski – Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer

John Weston  – IT Pro Evangelist

Mai-lan Tomsen Bukovec 
 Mai-lan Tomsen Bukovec is the Group Program Manager for Internet Information Services (IIS). Mai-lan is a seven year veteran of Microsoft, working in the Office and Windows Server divisions.  She was part of the Microsoft Transaction Server 1.5 and 2.0 teams and started up the Visio development community in 2001 with its first two generations of SDKs and developer focus in the product. Mai-lan also participated in the “Centro” development effort to put together a Windows Server solution server targeting the mid-size business. Mai-lan is the author of two books on strategic planning around Web-based technologies, as well as numerous technical articles in MSDN Journal.


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