A Complete Resource to Learn and Master Windows Server 2016 Administration
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Implementing Software Defined Networking
Implementing remote access
Deploying and managing Windows Server and Hyper-V containers
Implementing failover clustering
Microsoft recently launched its newest server to keep up with the demanding needs of constantly changing technology. The latest server focuses on the company’s hybrid strategy, including a greater focus on cloud technology.
The Windows Server 2016 comes with numerous features and Microsoft products including Office 365 and its desktop productivity apps, Dynamics 365, SQL Server and Azure's SQL Database. It offers multiple benefits over the older versions including better security, consistent identity management, built-in support for containers, deployment features for cloud, networking to automate with cloud-like efficiency and so much more.
It is THE next-gen server for developers. It offers two very important upgrades: Rolling upgrades for Hyper-V and Storage & Nano Server. Hyper-V is the company’s focus on virtualization systems and the new versions allows developers to add a new Windows Server 2016 node to a Hyper-V cluster with nodes that are still running Windows Server 2012 R2.
The newest product is the company’s Nano Server, which is a remotely administered server that is optimized for cloud and datacenters. It significantly simplifies the process of app development and deployment for the cloud.