NeoWin has posted the roadmap for Windows Server versions. Notice in the screenshot the “Virtual Server”, which probably will include an integrated runtime engine to run multiple Windows on the same machine (for similar purposes to what IBM does with Linux). Update: Neowin removed the story but the roadmap image is still up (for now). To view the image you need to manually copy/paste its URL to your browser’s address bar. Direct linking won’t work. Update 2: The story is back up.
Microsoft Outlines Windows Server Roadmap
2004-05-12 Windows 9 Comments
error is “Sorry, you do not have permission to do what you tried”, anyone else having issues? Eugenia?
Same here. Got a valid link?
Neowin removed the story.
Do you know why? Can you give us any information on the roadmap?
Well that just SUCKS. Thanks anyway.
>Do you know why?
>Can you give us any information on the roadmap?
Yes, here is the image which is not removed (yet):
You can still find it on neowin’s frontpage…
Interesting roadmap. At least our year old 2003 Server system would still be relevant in a few years.
considering that ms estimates based off of sales history that 50% of their server os users are still merrily chugging along on win nt 4.0, yes current server oses will last many yrs into the future.
biz is happy with what they have and nt 4 has provided them with a great value and longevity.
no one is in hurry to spend money if what they have isnt broken.