Introducing Windows Server 2012 RTM Edition (Anglais) Broché – 15 septembre 2012
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Mitch Tulloch is a widely recognized expert on Windows administration and has been awarded Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) status for his contributions supporting those who deploy and use Microsoft platforms, products, and solutions.
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Having said all that, I am not certified on any MS Server. I have been a "get it done" kind of user. There is much covered in Introducing that goes beyond my current knowledge level. I can understand most of what it is talking about, but a fair bit goes beyond me. One thing it has done is clearly show MS's road map to the future of computing. It is a road map, that I believe is on target (being an open source fan, that is a bit hard to swallow). There has been a lot I have disagreed with MS about in the past, that is why I have a RH certificate and no MS certificates. That will be changing in the next 12 months.
I am glad this came out as a Kindle for $0.00. It is not a book that I would use long term. It has informed me enough to be able to make plans for the different businesses I support, and it has informed me enough to realize it is time to retool. Given what MS has done up to this point, I do not see 2012 as a step on to the bleeding edge. I see this change as a natural progression.
Great book for an overview of 2012 if you are alredy familiar with Windows Server 2008
Usually I don't bother with introductions as they are a "one time" read and they end up taking space on the bookshelves.
I found what I expected but with a little more. This book gives a good overview of what to expect with Server 2012 and it gives you an idea of what Microsoft envisions for the future. One thing to note: Comments in the book mention windows server '8' versus 2012.
There are five chapters to the book.
The first is the business needs for 2012. Kind of an "sales pitch" in nature but it doesn't hurt to read it. For technoids? Kind of boring.
The second goes into foundation for building a private cloud. An overview but still a little more information iF cloud is that thing you heard or read about.
The third goes into highly available setups and multi-server setups. A decent introduction if you have never worked with that.
The fourth goes into web applications and deployment on the cloud. If you work with IIS, you will get some information of changes with IIS8.
The final chapter covered topics such as Device Affinity, branchcache, VDI, DAC, and DNSSEC. Again an overview.
As mentioned, it's a good introduction and probably the most valuable part are the numerous links for more information. There are comments from people at Microsoft talking about certain aspects which I found interesting at times but nothing "earth shattering"
Overall, it's a good introduction and since it was free; it was good!