MS poised to switch Windows file systems with Blackcomb

By Bill Graziano on 7 August 2001 | 0 Comments | Tags: SQL Server 2005


The pieces are coming together for a clear shift in the way Microsoft does data storage. It is coming full circle, right back to the unified storage model of Cairo, promised but not delivered back in the early 1990s as the super-OS built upon Windows NT. And some interesting comments on Yukon using the Common Language Runtime so that stored procedures can be written in any .NET language. Follow the link to MS poised to switch Windows file systems with Blackcomb...

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