Amazon Announces the Addition of Windows Server 2012 Support to AWS

Amazon announced Windows Server 2012 as a new option for users who want to host Windows on Amazon Web Services providing them with the ability to use Windows Server 2003 R2, 2008 and 2008 R2 and now Windows Server 2012 as part of the AWS Free Usage Tier. This provides them with 750 hours of a Micro Instance per month for a full year. Read the full details here.



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