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Microsoft readies its first Server application-virtualization beta

March 24, 2011 No Comments

While Microsoft is rolling out a number of test builds of various private-cloud building blocks this week, the company also is poised to deliver a beta of Server App-V, one of its public-cloud foundation technologies.

Microsoft posted for download on March 22 the documentation for its coming Microsoft Server Application Virtualization (Server App-V) beta technology.

Microsoft execs have been talking up Server App-V — the final version of which the Redmondians are planning to deliver before the end of this calendar year — since 2008.

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