Ten reasons you’ll love Windows Server 2016: Software-Defined Compute
This is the sixth video in the "Ten Reasons you'll love Windows Server 2016" series exploring Software-Defined Compute.
Matt interviews Mathew John, a Principal Group Program Manager who is responsible for the product vision, roadmap and delivery of Hyper-V and Containers features. Mathew discusses key investments in Hyper-V and Containers Windows Server 2016. These investments are broken down two categories, infrastructure or fabric point of view and application container or run-time point of view, and highlights the new features associated with each category.
Find a topic:
- [01:00] Why should you upgrade to Windows Server 2016?
- [04:09] How can admins better backup and manage Hyper-V VMs?
- [06:18] What's new in Hyper-V and PowerShell?
- [09:06] What's new in security?
- [12:30] What's new in heterogeneous environments (Linux)?
- [14:48] Integrating containers technology into Windows Server 2016
- [19:36] How to get started?
- Get in-depth training:
--- What's new in Windows Server 2016 Preview
--- Building Your Hybrid Cloud - Nested Virtualization in Windows Server 2016
- Get hands-on: Windows Server 2016
Need another reason to love Windows Server 2016?
Read more about Server Management in the corresponding Windows Server blog post or find other videos and topics from this series:
- PowerShell and DSC (blog)
- Active Directory and Identity (blog)
- Server Management (blog)
- Remote Desktop Services (blog)
- Software-Defined Storage (blog)
- Software-Defined Compute (blog)
- Software-Defined Networking (blog)
- Security (blog)
- Containers (blog)
- Nano Server and Recap (blog)
What are some of the most important server management features for you? Anything you're excited to try in Windows Server 2016? Let us know in the comments below or find us on Twitter:
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