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Customers continue to Microsoft they want regular, compatible,
and consistent server releases with great targeted innovation

Microsoft’s roadmap anticipates 2
-
4 year cadence of Windows
Server releases

Each major update followed by a minor “R2” update (e.g., Windows
Server 2003, followed by WS 2003 R2; Windows Server 2008, followed
by WS 2008 R2)

R2 strategy enables release refinement and delivery of high value
feature enhancements, while enabling Windows to adapt more quickly
to changing industry landscape (e.g., hardware advances, new
paradigms, etc.)

Optional nature of R2 releases give IT the flexibility to leverage the
latest server technology without feeling forced to upgrade their entire
infrastructure

Of note with R2

64
-
Bit only

2
nd

time client and server jointly developed



1.
Strong emphasis on hardware, driver and application compatibility

Goal to support Windows Server 2008 compatible applications, plus certified
drivers and hardware

2.
Take advantage of anticipated hardware advances

Multicore, >64 processors, power management

3.
Respond to important developments in the server landscape

Virtualization, power management, server management

4.
Lay the foundation for the next major release of Windows

Componentization, automation, SaaS

5.
Seek engineering efficiencies with Windows client

Unified release focus across Client and Server drive up efficiencies

Power

Virtualization

Multi/Many
-
core

64
-
Bit

Addressing Industry Trends

Management

Web

Virtualization

IIS 7


.NET on Server Core


Integrated IIS7 Extensions


Hyper
-
V™ in Server 2008 R2


Live Migration


Boot from VHD


Terminal Services & VDI

Solid Foundation for Enterprise Workloads

Power Management


PowerShell 2.0


AD Administrative Center


Best Practices Analyzer

Microsoft Confidential

Better Together with Windows 7

Scalability and Reliability

Direct Access

BranchCache

Enhanced Group Policies

BitLocker on Removable Drives


>64 Core Support

Componentization

DHCP Failover

DNSSEC

Overview

Live
-
migration of VMs between servers with
no

loss of service

Clustered Shared Volumes facilitates LM


Benefits

No dropped network connections

Leverages Microsoft Failover Clustering

Enables dynamic IT environment

How

SCVMM is recommended and can provide additional Live
Migration management and orchestration scenarios such as Live
Migration via policy

Moving from Quick to Live Migration:

Changes to VMs:



No

Changes to Storage infrastructure:

No

Changes to Network Infrastructure:

No

Update to Hyper
-
V 2.0

:


Yes

Quick Migration

(Windows Server 2008 Hyper
-
V)

1.
Save state

a)
Create VM on the target

b)
Write VM memory to shared
storage

2.
Move virtual machine

a)
Move storage connectivity from
source host to target host via
Ethernet

3.
Restore state & Run

a)
Take VM memory from shared
storage and restore on Target

b)
Run

Live Migration

(WS08R2 Hyper
-
V)

1.
VM State/Memory Transfer

a)
Create VM on the target

b)
Move memory pages from the source
to the target via Ethernet

2.
Final state transfer and virtual
machine restore

a)
Pause virtual machine

b)
Move storage connectivity from
source host to target host via
Ethernet

3.
Un
-
pause & Run

Host 1

Host 2

Host 1

Host 2

Building on the solid architecture of Hyper
-
V

Key Improvements

Support for 32 logical processors on host computer

Second Level Translation (SLAT)


Uses new processor
enhancements to improve
perf

and reduce load on the hypervisor

Hot Add/Remove Storage
-

Add and remove VHD disks to a
running VM without requiring a reboot

Boot from VHD
-

Allows any VHD to work on physical hardware

Enable greater server consolidation, dynamic data center, and
Virtualized Desktop (VDI) scenarios





Key Improvements

TS and VDI


An Integrated Solution

Single broker to connect users to sessions or virtual machines,

out of the box solution for VDI scenarios with Hyper
-
V

Improving the User Experience

Experience rich multimedia, VoIP integration, aero glass
remoting
, true
multi
-
monitor support

RemoteApp

& Desktop (RAD) connections

Centrally hosted applications integrated into start menu and desktop

Improved Management Toolset

Reduce repetitive task with TS
Powershell

support, improved application
install, connection broker install & profile management

Platform Investments

Multiple levels of extensibility for custom partner
solutions for Terminal
Services & VDI based solutions



Windows Server 2008 R2 improves on management and data center
automation


expanded surface area that can be managed with scripting

Key improvements

Remoteable Server Manager UI


runs R2 or Windows 7 clients

PowerShell 2.0


new interface, 100’s of new cmdlets

Best Practices Analyzer integrated into Server Manager

Easier migration of roles and core server settings from WS03/WS08
to Windows Server 2008 R2

Cmdline solution or role
-
specific migration tools to migrate AD,
DHCP, DNS and File and Print roles

Migration portal and step
-
by
-
step documentation
for all roles


Improved Command
-
line shell & Scripting Language

Integration

Improves productivity & control

Accelerates automation of system admin

Easy
-
to
-
use

Works with existing scripts

PowerShellCommunity.org

Active Directory

IIS

Power Management

One
-
to
-
many remote management
using WS
-
MGMT


New Features

Graphical PowerShell

Portability

New cmdlets




Improves on Windows Server 2008 Power Processor
Management (PPM) capabilities

Key Improvements

“Core parking” reduces multi
-
core power consumption

Centralized control of active power policies enable servers to
“throttle
-
down” during off hours

More granular power controls


example:

New Logo Program with Power Additional Qualifier


“Better Together” leverages joint development
efforts between Client and Server teams

Key Improvements

Direct Access simplifies access to corporate resources
for remote workers

BranchCache improves performance for branch
scenarios

More granular client power management

BitLocker encryption on removable drives


Allows Windows 7 clients to access corporate resources without
the need to establish a VPN connection

Simple user experience: plug in the network cable

Improves productivity for mobile workforce or remote workers




Seamless VPN Deployment




Routed VPN Deployment

Internet
DMZ
Corpnet
(
IPv
4
,
IPv
6
or
ISATAP
)
Firewall
Managed Client
Managed Client
New or Existing

DHCP
New or
Existing DNS
New or Existing
RODC or NAP
Direct Access
Seamless VPN Server
All Tunnels
Authenticated
and Encrypted
SSTP
IPsec Agile VPN
Legend
:
Native IPv
4
/
IPv
6
Uses SSTP if
blocked by Firewall
Uses IPsec if
preferred
&
possible
ISATAP Service may
be offloaded to
additional Server
(
s
)
Optional Configuration
:
IPv
6
Transition Server
IPv
4
&
/
or IPv
6
Internet
NAT
Corpnet
(
IPv
4
,
IPv
6
or
ISATAP
)
Managed Client
IPv
6
Internet
Managed Client
Public
6
to
4
Relay
NAT
Public
Teredo
Service
Managed Client
Managed Client
Uses default DNS
and routing for
access
Creates automatic
6
to
4
tunnel
Corporations w
/
out
IPv
6
ISP service use
Public
6
to
4
Relays for
v
6
Internet clients
Creates automatic
Teredo tunnel when
NAT present
May use Public
Teredo for P
2
P
access b
/
w clients
Filters all traffic
except IKE and
Encrypted flows
ISATAP Service may
be offloaded to
additional Server
(
s
)
Managed Client
IPv
4
&
/
or IPv
6
New or Existing

DHCP
New or
Existing DNS
New or Existing
RODC or NAP
Optional Configuration
:
IPv
6
Transition Server
Direct Access
Routed VPN Server
(
With no IPv
6
ISP access
)
Managed Teredo
(
Prefix assigned
)
6
to
4
Tunnel
E
2
E Encrypted IPsec


IPv
6
Public Teredo
Legend
:
Optional E
2
E Encrypted IPsec


IPv
4
IPv
4
may be used if
no NAT



Caches http & SMB downloaded by
users in the branch


Users can quickly open files stored
in the cache


Frees up network bandwidth for
other uses


Application and data access over
WAN is slow in branch offices


Slow connections hurt user
productivity


Improving network performance is
expensive and difficult to implement

ASP.NET on Server Core

Integrated PowerShell Provider

Integrated FTP and WebDAV

New IIS Manager Modules

Configuration Logging & Tracing

Extended Protection & Security

Run the largest workloads and fully utilize multicore
servers with a single WSS08R2 server instance

Get standard workloads to function with fewer locks and greater
parallelism

Support more than 64 processor cores for a single OS instance

Reduced overhead for Hyper
-
V, and improved storage performance


Componentization
-

Improvements to Server Core

.NET framework on Server core

Support more roles and broaden current role support (e.g., the addition
of ASP.net within IIS)

PowerShell scripting in Server Core



DHCP Failover

Primary/Secondary DHCP servers synch information

Secondary server provides DHCP information until primary server is
back online



DNS Security (DNSSEC)

Prevents denial of service attacks and illegitimate DNS responses

Validates name resolution and zone transfers comes from a trusted
source

Uses PKI infrastructure to secure DNS resource records




Windows Server Roadmap

2008

R2

Service Pack Two

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