Windows Server

Windows Server | Microsoft
A Windows Server is an operating system developed by Microsoft and designed specifically for use as a server in businesses or organizations. It provides comprehensive features and services that help improve the performance and reliability of networks and applications.

Windows Server is offered in different editions, which differ in terms of their features and performance. Editions range from small, high-performance servers for small businesses to powerful, high-availability servers for large organizations.

Windows Server is used in many different areas, including managing network resources, providing services such as web, email, and file servers, backing up data, and integrating applications and services.

Related technologies that can be used with Windows Server include Active Directory, a directory service that helps manage users, computers and other resources on a network; Hyper-V, a virtualization platform that allows multiple virtual machines to run on a single physical server; and Azure, Microsoft’s cloud computing platform.

BITS experts have deployed Windows Server in a wide range of projects. A selection of case studies and references can be found below.

Conception, planning, control and execution of a data center move with production-critical infrastructure

BITS organized and coordinated the relocation of the IT landscape from one data center to a new data center for a globally active corporation in the automotive industry (data center migration). The project comprised around 150 applications and 600 servers, some of which had production-relevant effects, and was supported by us over a period of 3 years.

Establishment and operation of a European trading platform for pharmaceuticals

Together with arex PHARMA GmbH, a specialist in the international trade and distribution of European pharmaceuticals, BITS GmbH has established the EU-wide trading platform Rxchange for pharmaceutical products as a strategic IT partner.

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