Internet Information Services 7.0 – Powerful Web
Application and Services Platform
Manage with Ease More efficient administration tools including delegated administration and shared configuration
Powerful Hosting of Applications and Services -
Expanded application hosting for .NET, ASP, PHP Web applications and XML services. Web server extensibility throughout
Lower Infrastructure Costs - Improved scalability and enhanced security and reliability with automatic application sandboxing
Windows Server Virtualization – WS2008 contains everything needed to support machine virtualization. HyperV™ enables IT organizations to reduce costs, improve server utilization, and create a more dynamic IT infrastructure.
Presentation Virtualization Terminal
Services accelerates and extends application deployments to any device, improving remote worker efficiency, while helping keep critical intellectual property secure and radically simplifying regulatory compliance
Network Access Protection helps prevent unhealthy devices from accessing corporate resources, NAP enables policy validation, network restriction, remediation and ongoing compliance to ensure network health is not compromised.
Read-Only Domain Controller (RODC) helps reduce corruption and compromise of the system.
RODC improves security of branch office servers and reduces risk of stolen information from branch DCs.
Active Directory Rights Management Services helps prevent unauthorized access and use of documents, data, and e-mail. RMS enables document owners to identify authorized users and manage restrictions on usage of documents.
– “One-stop shop” to guide you through installation, configuration, management, and reporting of server roles and features.
Server Core Installation Option Minimal installation option for increased reliability, security, and management
™ - Achieve greater control and productivity using a powerful new command shell and scripting language for accelerated system administration and task automation
Next Generation Networking New TCP/IP stack improves scalability, performance and security.
Power Management – Reduce energy consumption and maintain server performance through processor power management features.
Failover Clustering – Improved setup, validation, management, and geo-clustering deployment simplifies implementation of highly-available failover clusters and helps ensure business continuity.
High Performance Computing – Increase scalability and performance of HPC workloads and improve management of clustered file systems.
Dynamic Partitioning - Datacenter and Itanium. Delivers mainframeclass reliability. Increases workload resources, and allows one to hotadd and replace processors and memory without rebooting,
Hyper-V with Live Migration
Hot Add/Remove VM Storage
Remote Desktop Services
AD Administrative Center
Best Practices Analyzer
ASP .NET on Server Core
Scalability and Reliability
>64 Core Support
Better Together with Windows 7
Enhanced Group Policies
Remote Desktop & App Connections
64-Bit processors with hardware virtualization extensions enabled
Hardware enabled Data Execution Prevention (DEP) required
AMD (NX no execute bit)
Intel (XD execute disable)
Parent Partition 1GB
Each Guest + ~21MB overhead
Space to store VHDs
Space to store VSS snapshots
Space to store VM snapshots
1 NIC for parent partition management
1+ NICs for Virtual Networks Guest usage
1 NIC for iSCSI (optional)
Windows Server Virtualization
ISV / IHV / OEM
Microsoft / XenSource
Window s Kernel
Window s Kernel
Provisioning and Updating of Physical and Virtual
Interoperable and Extensible
Security & Identity and Access Mgmt
Backup and Recovery of
Physical and Virtual
Manage virtual machines to consolidate physical servers
Identify candidates servers and do quick physical-to-virtual and virtual-to-virtual conversion for server consolidation
Effective and secure patching and upgrading of VM’s
Control VM sprawl by consolidating workloads, moving virtual machines, and shutting down unneeded virtual hosts
Guidance and best practice services to reduce server sprawl and improve virtualization management
Centralize, automate and manage both physical and virtual server software deployments in the data center
Capacity planning and resource optimization
Quick provisioning of operating systems, applications, patches and updates on both physical and virtual servers
Guidance and tools for planning and server deployment
Up-to-date inventory and visibility of the servers and applications which reside in the data center
Guidance and best practice services for configuration management optimization to streamline IT operations
Availability, performance, and configuration monitoring to proactively address IT issues
Monitor multiple platforms (e.g. Windows, Linux, and UNIX) for both your physical and virtual servers
Proactively keep systems up and running with best-practice knowledge on how to resolve problems
Allow configuration change monitoring by identifying configuration errors and changes
Diagram data center operations and visualize status
Report on status of configuration and system issues affecting availability, performance, and reliability
Deep application and service -level monitoring
Monitor service levels across applications and IT processes through operational IT service views
Track and report service levels through dashboards
Extend to monitor non-Microsoft applications with partners
Guidance and best practice services to meet service-level goals and improve IT productivity
Create, maintain and report configuration controls for the data center environment
Establish desired configuration states and assess server compliance
Assess potential datacenter vulnerabilities
Provide visibility into the status of compliance with configuration controls to support internal and regulatory compliance efforts
Gather and report security related events
Collect events for reporting and tracking on such areas as user access audit, account lockouts, privilege changes, asset inventory and regulatory compliance
Backup and store data to meet data retention policies
Manage identities, access and improve security in the data center
Easily Manage passwords, privileges, and user provisioning
Securely protect the data center IT infrastructure from malware and viruses on Windows Server
Ensure business continuity and responsiveness with server virtualization management
Distribute workloads over locations to ensure continuous and uninterrupted business operations
Provide replication and movement of virtual machines and applications for planned backups backup and restore
Recover and restore physical and virtual environments after an outage, data loss or corruption
Allows backup and recover of mission critical workloads
Perform continuous data protection using integrated disk and tape media
Enable rapid and reliable recovery from disk as well as long term data protection through tape based backup
Recover both physical and virtual systems after an outage, data loss or corruption
Allows geoclustering for disaster recovery and business continuance by physically separating cluster nodes data center A data center B
Hardware and Device
Compatibility for Windows Vista,
Windows Server 2008 and 2007
Microsoft Office System
Server Virtualization candidates for consolidation with Hyper-V and Virtual Server 2005 R2
Application Virtualization candidates with Microsoft
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