Web Hosting OrcsWeb Starts Support for Latest Windows Server 2012

Web Hosting OrcsWeb Starts Support for Latest Windows Server 2012

Web Hosting OrcsWeb Starts Support for Latest Windows Server 2012

GreatResponder.com on August 27, 2012 : Web hosting provider company OrcsWeb announced on Friday August 24, 2012 that they are going to start the full support of latest release of Window Server 2012 for its different cloud server solutions. These cloud servers include dedicated and other cloud servers. It was also stated that the general support for Windows Server 2012 is to start from September 4, 2012; but the customers of OrcsWeb web hosting provider can get benefit from this services with immediate effect.

In a statement Mr. Jeff Graves, the director of technology at OrcsWeb web hosting provider said, “The technology enhancements Microsoft has delivered with Windows Server 2012 will empower our clients to take full advantage of cloud computing. The focus on high availability, scalability, and virtualization has made this one of the most important releases of Windows Server to date. OrcsWeb has been working closely with Microsoft throughout the pre-release development cycle of the platform to both drive the direction of the product and ensure our team is ready to support Server 2012 solutions. We couldn’t be more excited and confident in the solutions now available to our clients with Windows Server 2012.”

It was also informed that with the support of latest version of Windows server 2012, their clients would be able to get the most reliable, scalable, secure, and flexible services of cloud based hosting. Meanwhile, it was stated with reference to last month’s client conference presentation given by Microsoft for its partners that this new version of Windows server operating system would improve ISS sandboxing, scalability, and CPU metering to remove “noisy neighbors”. It is also designed to support many web frameworks and other modern applications.

It was further explained that with Window Server 2012, it will be very easy for customers to manage multi-server platforms and will also enable the customers to run hybrid applications across the data center.

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