New Episode of The .NET Show: Longhorn Server
Ooops, I've been a bit lax, and forgot to post the announcement for the latest episode.
Windows Server "Longhorn"
Yeah, you might recall that "Longhorn" was the codename for what is now officially named "Windows Vista", but there is also a "as of yet not officially named" Server version of this product as well, and so at the moment we are just refering to it as Windows Server "Longhorn".
In this episode I start off by chatting with Julius Sinkevicius and Volker Will and hear from them about just a few of the new features and capabilities that will be part of the product. While it will include all of the basic capabilities of Windows Vista, it also includes some new and exciting features that will illustrate similarly exciting "Sever" based enhancements.
In the second segment Volker Will stays on and we walk through a demo that illustrates the new "Virtualization" capaiblities of Windows Server "Longhorn". This is bound to help folks better manage their loading and distribution of different servers throughout their network infrastructure and allow them to better utilize their hardware assets.
The Next Episode:
We just finished filming the next episode, which is on "Vista Readiness". Look for this episode to be posted near the middle to end of October.