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Microsoft arbeitet an einer neuen Hosting Plattform für Web Applikationen

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Unter dem Codenamen Antares arbeitet Microsoft anscheinend an einer neuen Hosting Plattform für Web Applikationen, das berichtet ZDNet als Reaktion auf einen Tweet und Aussagen von Microsoft Verantwortlichen während des Microsoft Hosting Summit 2012.

Microsofts Azure App Plattform Team, unter der Leitung von Corporate Vice President Scott Guthrie, arbeitet demnach an einem Hosting Framework für Web Anwendungen, das sowohl für Windows Azure als auch für Private Clouds eingesetzt werden kann. Der aktuelle Arbeitstitel lautet noch „Antares“, wurde in Tweets während des Microsoft Hosting Summits 2012 aber scheinbar als offizielles Microsoft Web Hosting Framework angekündigt.

ZDNet war der Codename „Antares“ bereits vor einiger Zeit in einer Stellenbeschreibung von Microsoft aufgefallen, in der von einem symmetrischen Azure und On-Premise Framework gesprochen wurde:

“The Antares team is changing the game by introducing a symmetrical Azure and on-prem hosting framework for many web applications created in many languages and stacks. We are poised to offer developers a quick and painless Azure onramp experience as well as enable our partner to quickly setup a fully managed, secure, multi-tenant hosting environment on public or private clouds. If this is intriguing, talk to us in the Azure Application Platform team. We are building the Microsoft Web Hosting Framework, a world class offering allowing for massive scale website lifecycle management on the Microsoft platform.”

Während des Summits sollen zudem eine Reihe von Tweets von Teilnehmern darauf hinweisen, dass die neuen Produkte wie Windows Server 8 und System Center 2012 auf die Nutzung in Public und Private Cloud Umgebungen ausgelegt sind. Dabei soll es sich um offizielle Aussagen Seitens Microsoft handeln.

Darüber hinaus gab Microsofts Chief Marketing Officer Chris Capossela eine Liste mit aktuellen Herausforderungen für Microsoft bekannt:

  1. cloud
  2. new hardware
  3. natural interface
  4. enterprise and consumer
  5. first party
  6. Windows

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About the Author: Rene Buest is Gartner Analyst covering Infrastructure Services & Digital Operations. Prior to that he was Director of Technology Research at Arago, Senior Analyst and Cloud Practice Lead at Crisp Research, Principal Analyst at New Age Disruption and member of the worldwide Gigaom Research Analyst Network. Rene is considered as top cloud computing analyst in Germany and one of the worldwide top analysts in this area. In addition, he is one of the world’s top cloud computing influencers and belongs to the top 100 cloud computing experts on Twitter and Google+. Since the mid-90s he is focused on the strategic use of information technology in businesses and the IT impact on our society as well as disruptive technologies. Rene Buest is the author of numerous professional technology articles. He regularly writes for well-known IT publications like Computerwoche, CIO Magazin, LANline as well as Silicon.de and is cited in German and international media – including New York Times, Forbes Magazin, Handelsblatt, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Wirtschaftswoche, Computerwoche, CIO, Manager Magazin and Harvard Business Manager. Furthermore Rene Buest is speaker and participant of experts rounds. He is founder of CloudUser.de and writes about cloud computing, IT infrastructure, technologies, management and strategies. He holds a diploma in computer engineering from the Hochschule Bremen (Dipl.-Informatiker (FH)) as well as a M.Sc. in IT-Management and Information Systems from the FHDW Paderborn. .

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