Microsoft recently released Mojave to manufacturing. Not the "Mojave" operating system (which was Vista in disguise), but Commerce Server 2009, which was codenamed Mojave.
Commerce Server 2009 has been in testing since August 2008. The final version of Commerce Server 2009 became available to subscribers to the Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) in early March. All customers will be able to place orders for the new Commerce Server release starting in April.
The newest Commerce Server release includes out-of-the-box Live and SharePoint integration and an Office-like interface. The product is built on the "Multi-Channel Commerce Foundation" programming model and uses SharePoint Commerce Services, which is a gallery of ASP.Net 3.5 Web parts.
Microsoft officials said late last year that the Commerce Server team is planning two more Commerce Server releases -- one due out in late 2009 or early 2010 (it'll be 2010 if it has any SharePoint 14 dependencies), and another in late 2010/early 2011.
In other server-side news, Microsoft also has released to manufacturing its Forefront for Office Communications Server 2007 R2. That product is designed to help prevent malware from infecting corporate instant-messaging systems.
The company also released Beta 2 of its System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM) 2008 R2. The forthcoming release of SCVMM includes a numbe of new features -- everything from Live Migration support, to a number of SAN and networking updates. The beta is available for download by select testes via Microsoft's Connect site.