Microsoft Philippines just announced the availability of their Windows Server 2012 to the local market.
According to Takeshi Numoto, Corporate Vice President of Server and Tools Marketing, “Windows Server 2012 was built from the cloud up and delivers new advancements in virtualization, storage, networking and automation. The enterprise customers are already using Windows Server 2012 to realize the promise of cloud computing.”
If your company wants to harness the cloud infra from within, Windows Server 2012 was built just for that. This new version enables companies to maximize their IT infrastructure by delivering new advancements in virtualization, storage, networking and automation. It is the cornerstone of Cloud OS which provides one consistent platform across private, hosted and public clouds.
Microsoft built Windows Server 2012 from the cloud up, applying its experience operating global datacenters that rely on hundreds of thousands of servers to deliver more than 200 cloud services. Windows Server 2012 expands the definition of a server operating system, with significant new advancements in virtualization, storage, networking and automation. Hundreds of new features can help customers achieve a transformational leap in the speed, scale and power of their datacenters and applications. In combination with Windows Azure and System Center, Windows Server 2012 empowers customers to manage and deliver applications and services across private, hosted and public clouds.
Customers can use their existing skills and investments in systems management, application development, database, identity and virtualization to take advantage of Windows Server 2012 and realize the promise of cloud computing. Many enterprise customers are already seeing tremendous value in early deployments. A survey of 70 early adopter customers from across the globe revealed that they expect, on average, 52 percent reduction in downtime, 41 percent reduction in workload deployment time, and 15 hours of productivity time saved per year, per employee. 91 percent of the companies surveyed expect a reduction in server administration labor, and 88 percent expect reduction in network administration labor.