Microsoft Uses Operating System to Triple Storage Capacity, Reduce Time-to-Market

Provided by: Microsoft
Topic: Data Centers
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The Windows Build Team at Microsoft is responsible for delivering current versions of the Windows operating system to development and test teams across the company. It needs 2 petabytes of storage to perform up to 40,000 Windows installations a day and had assembled a mix of traditional data center storage technologies for the job. The team upgraded its Windows build environment to the Windows Server 2012 operating system and used the storage spaces feature to switch to industry-standard storage.

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