Microsoft Loves Linux Deep Dive #12: Summary of Running and Managing Linux and FreeBSD in Your Datacenter

This post was written by Michael Kelley, Principal PM Manager, Cloud + Enterprise Introduction This blog post is #12 in a series of technical posts about running and managing Linux and FreeBSD in your on-premises datacenter.  Previous posts in the series are here: Overview Microsoft Loves Linux Running Linux and FreeBSD as a guest operating…

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Microsoft Loves Linux Deep Dive #5: FreeBSD on Hyper-V

This post was written by Jason M. Anderson, Principal PM Manager, Cloud + Enterprise Introduction This blog post is #5 in a series of technical posts about running and managing Linux and FreeBSD in your on-premises datacenter.  Other posts in the series are here: Overview Microsoft Loves Linux Running Linux and FreeBSD as a guest operating…

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Microsoft Loves Linux Deep Dive #4: Linux Network Features and Performance

This post was written by Michael Kelley, Principal PM Manager, Cloud + Enterprise team Introduction This blog post is #4 in a series of technical posts about running and managing Linux and FreeBSD in your on-premises datacenter.  Other posts in the series are here: Overview Microsoft Loves Linux Running Linux and FreeBSD as a guest operating…

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Microsoft Loves Linux Deep Dive #3: Linux Dynamic Memory and Live Backup

This post was written by Michael Kelley, Principal PM Manager, Cloud + Enterprise team Introduction This blog post is #3 in a series of technical posts about running and managing Linux and FreeBSD in your on-premises datacenter.  Other posts in the series are here: Overview Microsoft Loves Linux Running Linux and FreeBSD as a guest operating…

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Microsoft Loves Linux Deep Dive #2: Linux and FreeBSD Integration Services Core Features

This post was written by Michael Kelley, Principal PM Manager, Cloud + Enterprise team Introduction This blog post is #2 in a series of technical posts about running and managing Linux and FreeBSD in your on-premises datacenter.  Previous posts in the series are here: Overview• Microsoft Loves Linux Running Linux and FreeBSD as a guest operating…

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Microsoft Loves Linux Deep Dive #1: Introduction to Linux and FreeBSD on Hyper-V

This post was written by Michael Kelley, Principal PM Manager, Cloud + Enterprise team This blog post is #1 in a series of technical posts about running and managing Linux and FreeBSD in your on-premises datacenter. Other posts in the series are here: Overview Microsoft Loves Linux Running Linux and FreeBSD as a guest operating system on Hyper-V…

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Customer Q&A: Why UConn Health Switched to Windows Server to Modernize its Datacenter

UConn Health is a leading academic medical center in the northeastern United States whose mission spans clinical care, medical education, and research. UConn Health is home to the School of Medicine, School of Dental Medicine, John Dempsey Hospital, UConn Medical Group, UConn Health Partners, University Dentists, and a thriving research enterprise. It provides nearly US$1…

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New Server Logo Certification Programs

The Enterprise Cloud Application Logo Certification Program is designed to help partners drive business growth through recognition that their applications work with Microsoft’s server and cloud platforms.  In order to deliver exceptional value to our partners, we are improving and expanding our individual product logo programs. We are excited to announce the launch of our…

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Microsoft Announces New Container Technologies for the Next Generation Cloud

Guest post by Mike Neil, General Manager for Windows Server, Microsoft In today’s cloud-first world, businesses increasingly rely on applications to fuel innovation and productivity. As the cloud evolves, containers are emerging as an attractive way for developers to quickly and efficiently build and deploy these applications at the speed of business. Offering developers and…

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Learning from Cloud: What does a server upgrade mean for your organization?

Customers often ask why it’s so important to migrate to the more recent versions of Windows Server.  Today we mark exactly one year remaining until the end of support for Windows Server 2003, which puts some urgency behind that question for a lot of organizations.  So what’s the upside to migrating off Windows Server 2003? …

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