Microsoft and six of its server chums have joined forces to inflate so-called private clouds with pre-validated hardware running Hyper-V and Windows Server 2008 R2. On Monday, at its TechEd Europe conference in Berlin, Germany, the company announced the Hyper-V Cloud Program, a set of planned systems and services to float …
I don't get it
Don't get me wrong, the flexible computing concept is compelling... and it's Microsoft so you know there will be a few punters out there biting on it like the US Government, but what the hell are you going to run on this thing? Someone help me out here! Microsoft's own core server functions (AD, F&P, Exchange, Sharepoint, OCS) doesn't even run on it, does it?
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