Windows Server 2012 and the Resilient File System (ReFS)
Source: Global Knowledge
Over the past 20 years, NTFS has become the de facto standard for a Microsoft enterprise file system. With the introduction of Windows Server 2012, Microsoft has released its latest file system, Resilient File Systems (ReFS), as a capable replacement to NTFS. Learn more about how ReFS brings new features that improve the integrity, availability and deployment of end-user files on both a physical and virtual level. This next generation of data storage, Resilient File Systems (ReFS), is just one more key technology that will help Windows Server 2012 become your key server platform for the next decade and beyond.