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MS Internet Information Services 7?

Saturday, July 1, 2006 Leave a comment

Q: What’s new in IIS 7?

A: The short answer is “a lot”! IIS7 makes it easy to:

  • Minimize patching and security risks with fine grained control over Web server footprint
  • Implement powerful Web solutions rapidly with a new extensibility framework
  • Go to market faster with simplified deployment and configuration of applications
  • Reduce administrative costs by managing Web infrastructure more efficiently
  • Reduce Web site downtime by quickly resolving faulty applications

See the IIS7 Home Page for more highlights.

Q: Where and when does IIS7 ship?  How do I get IIS7?

A: IIS7 is a part of Microsoft’s Windows Vista and Windows Server “Longhorn” release.  It is available now in the Beta 2 release to all Beta customers.  You can try IIS7 out now in your web browser, using http://VirtualLabs.IIS.net/.

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