Introducing Windows Server 2012 – FREE eBook

Introducing Windows Server 2012 by Microsoft Press is avaialable as a free eBook download in the popular PDF, ePub and Mobi formats.

The Introducing Windows Server 2012 guide is based on the Beta version of Microsoft’s new Windows Server 2012 platform. However, unlike the “preview” versions of Windows 8, it is feature complete and so makes this a valuable free guide to the latest server operating system by Microsoft.

Windows Server 2012 Book

Get a head start evaluating Window Server 2012—with technical insights from a Microsoft MVP who’s worked extensively with the beta release.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 The business need for Windows Server 2012

The rationale behind cloud computing Making the transition
Technical requirements for successful cloud computing
Four ways Windows Server 2012 delivers value for cloud computing Foundation for building your private cloud

Chapter 2 Foundation for building your private cloud

A complete virtualization platform
Increase scalability and performance Business continuity for virtualized workloads

Chapter 3 Highly available, easy-to-manage multi-server platform

Continuous availability
Cost efficiency
Management efficiency

Chapter 4 Deploy web applications on premises and in the cloud

Scalable and elastic web platform
Support for open standards

Chapter 5 Enabling the modern workstyle

Access virtually anywhere, from any device
Full Windows experience
Enhanced security and compliance

This free guide to Windows Server 2012 is around 256 pages long… if you want a phyical copy that will set you back around $14.99 at Amazon.com

You can download the free guide to Windows Server 2012click here

Kind Regards

Marc Liron – Ex-Microsoft MVP (2004-2010)
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2 thoughts on “Introducing Windows Server 2012 – FREE eBook

  1. Interrested to see how that new Server works. Currently working with an old 2003, which was famous for our concern. Hope to find something easier to install and to maintain.

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