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TechTalk: Microsoft Infrastructure-as-a-Service Today and Tomorrow

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azureheaderWhen it comes to public and private cloud, most organizations are in the process of developing a strategy for how they will use Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) solutions to lower costs while harnessing the ability to dynamically add capacity.  At the forefront of this technical shift is Microsoft Windows Azure, which enables organizations to leverage virtual machines on demand, whether from a standard image or from one you supply…as well as pay for this VM by the hour. This approach enables you to control your infrastructure expenditures and only pay for the capacity you need…at that moment in time.

Please view this webinar-on-demand with DynTek and Microsoft for a TechTalk on the fundamental shifts driving Microsoft’s IaaS solutions:

  • General availability release of Microsoft’s Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) support for Windows Azure – including new Virtual Machine and Virtual Network capabilities
    • New VM Image Templates (including SQL Server, BizTalk Server, and SharePoint images)
    • New VM Sizes (including Larger Memory Machines)
    • New VM Prices (reduced prices 21%-33% for IaaS and PaaS VMs)
  • Microsoft StorSimple - Cloud-integrated storage (CiS) best practices and how Azure storage can simplify your backup and business continuity scenarios
  • System Center 2012 SP1 – Easily move VMs and configure VMs on top of your logical networks & a one-stop suite to manage both your public and private cloud infrastructure
  • Harnessing the Public Cloud – Providing you the agility to provision resources on demand and quickly leverage the public cloud for back-up and disaster recovery