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Windows Server 2016 TP Ebook

Get a head start evaluating Windows Server 2016—guided by the experts. Based on Technical Preview 4, John McCabe and the Windows Server team introduce the new features and capabilities, with practical insights on how Windows Server 2016 can meet the needs of your business. Get the early, high-level overview you need to begin preparing your deployment now

You can download the Free Windows Server 2016 TP E-book here

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Here you can find What’s New in Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 5

1 | Introduction

Get a look at Windows Server 2016 Preview, and see how it is the heart of the next generation of the Microsoft datacenter platform and how it provides a foundation for other modules in this course.

2 | Server Virtualization

Explore the new capabilities of Hyper-V virtualization. Check out improvements in Failover Clustering and the new rolling upgrade capability.

3 | Software-Defined Storage

Look beyond Storage Spaces to enhanced storage capabilities that improve efficiency, performance, and scalability, along with new deployment models that can help to reduce costs.

4 | Software-Defined Networking

Explore new and enhanced networking features: Network Controller, Software Load Balancer, Generic Routing Encapsulation (GRE) Tunneling, IP Address Management (IPAM), DNS, and DHCP.

5 | Introducing Nano Server
Examine Nano Server, a complete refactoring of Windows Server that provides the smallest footprint, fastest booting, and most cloud-optimized version of Windows Server.
6 | Introducing Windows Server and Hyper-V Containers
Find out about container technology, compare Windows Containers and Hyper-V Containers, and hear use cases for each.
7 | Automation in Windows Server 2016
Learn about scripting with the powerful new Windows PowerShell 5.0 and PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC) features that support improved control and management.
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Author: James van den Berg

I'm Microsoft Architect and ICT Specialist and Microsoft MVP System Center Cloud and Datacenter Management

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