Hameed: Looking at the title, I know you’re thinking, “what do these four things have to do with one another?” The answer: not a great deal in fact. However, there are some very interesting posts and articles on these subjects that have been published recently that we thought we would bring to your attention …
We are often asked how we implement our own software solutions within Microsoft. Terminal Services in Windows Server 2008 has generated a great deal of excitement. The Microsoft IT pilot project for Windows Server 2008 Terminal Services was a huge success. Microsoft IT then tested the scalability and performance within the production environment. This environment acts as a SSL-based remote access solution that is accessible by using HTTPS connections from anywhere in the world. We recently published a Technical White Paper titled, “How Microsoft IT Uses Terminal Services as a Scalable Remote Access Solution” describing the project. There is also a webcast related to this same topic: IT Pro Webcast on MSIT and Terminal Services.
Switching gears slightly, the Product Group side of Performance have launched their own blog – and there are two very interesting posts that are a must-read:
Hyper-V, Hypervisior, Windows Server 2008, MSIT, Terminal Services, Terminal Server, NIC, Network, Adapter, Performance