Indonesia MVPs Publish 208 Page Book on ‘Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Practical Guide’ with over 1500 sales copies and ~5000 readership

Two Indonesian MVPs Bobby Iskandar Zulkarnain and Andik Susilo have written a book titled ‘Panduan Praktis Microsoft Windows Server 2012” (Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Practical Guide).

Published by PT Elekmedia Komputindo (one of the popular books publishers in Indonesia), this 208 pages book discusses the various latest features of Windows Server 2012. Starting from the Server Manager which includes a new interface and multiserver support, Active directory administrative Center, Storage Pool, Integration server core and full installation, the new system file Resilient File System (refs), Windows NIC teaming, configuring high available DHCP, the Hyper-V 3.0 that is capable of doing a live migration without having to use System Center Virtual Machine Manager and shared storage as well as the ability to replicate virtual machines that can be used as a disaster recovery solution that is easy and affordable

Bobby and Andik feel that this this book would become one of the primary references for the community to learn more about Windows Server 2012, because this book includes a completely step-by-step guide which clearly explained the new features and most of the enhancements on Windows Server 2012 as compared to the previous version.

Microsoft Indonesia has bought 1500 copies of this book and PT Elekmedia (publisher) has distributed this book at several books store. So, sales copies are likely to increase in the upcoming months and expected readership is more than 5000”, shared Bobby.

Cheers,

SEA MVP Team

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