Now we know that Lion Server will be built into Lion itself, meaning that Mac OS X Server’s code, functionality and services will be bundled with the client OS. Lion Server as a separate entity is gone, but its inclusion in Lion means that a lot more users will get a chance to try it out—either at home or in the office.
Very interesting to see how Apple is handling this. Very different from anything else we’ve seen to date. Real server software for everyman in the same box as your client OS. Pretty amazing.
Apple’s OS X server strategy: Data centers for everyone | via Macworld