Windows Server 2012 may be the first server OS designed to be the center of an enterprise architecture that spans traditional servers, virtual servers, and the cloud. That flexibility can be a gift to enterprise IT executives, but it's a gift that comes with a price: IT has to understand the architecture of its application delivery system and deploy Server 2012 in a way that fits.
In this E2 Video Symposium, editor in chief Sara Peters and her expert guest will look at the opportunities that Windows Server 2012 brings and the major steps IT needs to take on the way to deployment.
Theory is good, but nothing beats hands-on experience when it comes to getting a server migration right. This video symposium will explore issues of cloud deployment and the potential benefits (and costs!) of moving to a fully virtual architecture in the enterprise datacenter. In addition, we will take a close look at how decisions made in the server migration can have a huge impact on the virtual desktops being used to solve an increasing number of enterprise IT problems.
At this E2 Video Symposium you can expect to learn:
- Why virtualization should be at the heart of the migration decision -- not just an afterthought
- The rules to apply when it comes to scaling servers deployed with Server 2012
- Why changes in Server 2012 identity management can improve security for your highly mobile workforce
- How to plan storage, networking, and other infrastructure changes that will be a necessary part of your migration to Server 2012
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