Exchange 2010 SP2: new Exchange Server 2010 Hosting and Multi-Tenancy Solutions and Guidance

Building a hosted Exchange 2010 environment using the new supported model in SP2 using this guidance brings in broader set of supported features to our hosting partners, such as Unified messaging . http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/exchange/hh563895 BLOG: Exchange 2010 Service Pack 2 and Hosting http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2011/12/06/exchange-2010-service-pack-2-and-hosting.aspx   >hope this helps, and corresponds to expectations expressed since MS announced SP2….

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Microsoft annonce *enfin* aux entreprises la possibilité de déployer leurs serveurs d’applications chez un hébergeur – ou un opérateur de cloud – sans re-payer de licence.

Présent au Hosting Summit (Bellevue, WA), je viens d’assister à une présentation très carrée de Bob Kelly sur ce sujet depuis longtemps réclamé par les entreprises. Plus de détails ci-dessous, in easy english . “Today customers have a range of IT deployment options: on-premises, Microsoft delivered cloud services, and partner delivered cloud services. Microsoft’s breadth…

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maplateformeweb.com version 2.0 is alive !

Well, it’s been a looong time since I posted here. Sorry.I’ve been away from blogging as I’ve been busy with a start-up inside Microsoft, publicly known as maplateformeweb.com. The first phase of the project was 3 months architecture and design, and 3 months deploying and operating, preparing migrations. Finding the right guys. Synchronize with business…

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How to start with the "Litware HR" SaaS Application

There are 4 different links at http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/architecture/bb229292.aspx that should help you decide “where to start”, and the order that I used is: 1 – Watch the Sample Application Demo Walkthrough (video) – so I know the results2 – View the SaaS Application Webcast (video) – so I’m sure I want more3 – Get the Documentation – so I know…

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SaaS multi-tenant App published on Codeplex – good job GianPaolo & Team

Being everyday asked by hosters to help them understand how they could climb the value chain with MS, I know that SaaS vision provided by Redmond is compelling. So far, implementations and directions from the “blank” page have been few, especially on the evangelization side, where “simple” is key to attract. I think the works…

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Shared Hosting of ASP.Net 2.0 apps with Plesk 8.1

We’re in the process of accelerating creation of hosting packages for dynamic web sites running ASP.Net 2.0 (and optionally SQL Server 2005), and work with several hosters in France to make these packages really low-cost. Most of these hosters give provisioning tools for customers to create files, directories, web directories, subdomains, and we generally run…

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Aruba TCO case study shows Windows has lower TCO than Linux!

“For the same price and features, 85 percent of our customers prefer Windows over Linux. That enables us to optimize infrastructure and achieve great economies of scale, which lowers TCO dramatically.” Stefano Cecconi, CEO, Aruba   “At aruba.it, Italy’s largest hosting service provider, Microsoft found that the TCO of its existing Windows®–based shared hosted services…

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Microsoft Provisioning System SDK Available

ISVs and Hosters can use the MPS SDK to develop applications that are enabled for multi-tenancy capability. This SDK helps to create resource providers and namespaces specific to provisioning and hosting that allow your applications to be used by many users simultaneously.The MPS SDK requires MPS, a server product and development framework included in Microsoft…

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SQL Server Hosting Toolkit… Launched !

Very interesting addtion for web hosters who want to simplify their customers procedures on Shared or Dedicated hosted solutions using ASP.Net 2.0 and SQL Server 2005: Microsoft has just launched the SQL Server Hosting Toolkit with the release of the Database Publishing Wizard Community Technology Preview 1.The objective of the SQL Server Hosting Toolkit is to…

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This first post would have been #88 !

Since our good old french platform at http://blogs.microsoft.fr has now some limitations (the fact that it’s .Text-based is one of the most irritating one sometimes), I’m now moving my professional blog here at msdn.com on the just released Community Server 2.1 platform. Thanks Telligent for rolling it out nicely this time, quality of service is key…

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