Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 18th Apr 2012 01:15 UTC
Windows "At the Microsoft Management Summit today in Las Vegas, Microsoft officially announced that the next version of Windows Server [...] will officially be named Windows Server 2012 - and will be released this calendar year. Microsoft Corporate Vice President Brad Anderson told the audience that 'nothing Microsoft has ever done has ever been as ambitious' as the features being incorporated into Windows Server 2012. Microsoft Principal Product Manager Jeff Woolsey walked through a few of those features, including Server 2012's storage pooling and the boosted capabilities of the Hyper-V virtual machine hypervisor."
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by Hans Otten on Wed 18th Apr 2012 12:24 UTC in reply to "OMG!"
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You certainly have no idea what you are talking about!
When was the last time you touched a server? Never I guess.

Touch has not so much to do with all what this OS offers.
Though it shares a very mature and flexible nucleus with Windows desktop versions like Windows 8, it has so many excellent server capabilities!

The management GUI is graphical (or CLI in core) and thank god for that. Underneath the graphic GUI more and more Powershell is managing it via the CLI! Best of both worlds?!

Edited 2012-04-18 12:27 UTC

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