Windows Server 2012 Overview
When it comes to building a private cloud, offering cloud services, or connecting more securely to clouds, the message is clear: Your organization wants a consistent, integrated approach that helps you solve fundamental business and IT challenges. You also want assurance that a growing set of devices can take advantage of new applications and services that can be deployed on-premises and in public cloud environments. Using Windows Server 2012 to cloud optimize your IT provides an optimal solution to meet these unique needs.
Windows Server 2012 Licensing/Pricing Data Sheet
The packaging and licensing structure for Windows Server 2012 Datacenter edition and Windows Server 2012 Standard edition has been updated to simplify purchasing and reduce management requirements.
Windows Server 2012 FAQ’s
With the release of any new product there will always be questions that arrise. Microsoft Windows Server 2012 is no exception! This document hits on questions ranging from ‘What’s New with Server 12’ to licensing and cost questions!
Windows Server 2012: ROI
The Microsoft Private Cloud Economics Tool calculates the cost of creating a private cloud solution with Microsoft and VMware technologies. The calculator follows a simple methodology by considering the software acquisition and support costs for a private cloud solution.
By using this calculator, you will see how the licensing and pricing models differ between Microsoft and VMware and, in particular, how they will impact the Return On Investment you are making today and long into the future.
Download Windows Server 2012 Trial
Windows Server 2012 is now available. It offers businesses and service providers a scalable, dynamic, and multitenant-aware cloud-optimized infrastructure. Windows Server 2012 helps organizations connect securely across premises and helps IT Professionals to respond to business needs faster and more efficiently.
Microsoft’s Windows Server 2012 Blog
Who better to teach you about Windows Server 2012 then the very people who helped create it? Below is a link to the blog of Microsoft employees who helped in the making of Server 12. Feel free to interact with them and ask questions! They are a great resource for knowledge!