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Microsoft Stress-Tests Windows Server 2012 With Bing


Microsoft is pitching its cloud services to Fortune 500 companies ranging from ING Direct to Aflac. But, before it rolls out the next iteration–an infrastructure-as-a-service play that will see Azure leverage new capabilities in Windows Server 2012–the company is using the technology to run its own massive online services.

"We run 200 very diverse workloads," said Microsoft server & tools president Satya Nadella, during a keynote Monday to open the TechEd 2012 conference in Orlando, Fla.

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