Thursday, March 6, 2008

Windows Server 2008 Resources

Infrastructure Planning and Design Guides for Windows Server 2008 Windows Deployment Services, Terminal Services, and Active Directory Domain Services

Are you evaluating server technologies in your quest toward a dynamic IT infrastructure? Use the Infrastructure Planning and Design Series guides to make the right decisions about planning infrastructure architecture.

Planning the next generation of technical infrastructure for corporations is a complex and daunting task. The success of any infrastructure is measured in how well the design choices match business objectives. Although plenty of product documentation is available, historically it has been difficult to find guidance on how to appropriately plan the core infrastructure for an organization. The Infrastructure Planning and Design series is designed to present the reader with the most concise planning guidance for Microsoft technologies. It also provides a means to validate design decisions to ensure that the solution meets the requirements of both business and IT stakeholders.

The IPD documents are designed to be used by the following IT personnel:

· Infrastructure planners and architects who have a firm operational grasp of the technology.

· Partners and consultants who design infrastructure solutions.

· Business managers who want to understand how the technology decisions being made support and affect the business.

Guides Currently Available

Infrastructure Planning and Design guides are currently available to support architectural planning for Microsoft’s virtualization technologies. The guides are: Selecting the Right Virtualization Technology, Microsoft SoftGrid Application Virtualization, Windows Server Virtualization, Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Domain Services, Windows Server 2008 Terminal Services, and Windows Deployment Services.

Where to Find the IPD Series -

Check Out Additional Solution Accelerators in the Windows Server 2008 Suite
Windows Server 2008 Suite page
Microsoft Assessment and Planning
Infrastructure Planning and Design Guides
Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2008
Windows Server 2008 Security Guide

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