Windows Server 2016 is a radical transformation of the server application platform and developer experience. The Windows Server 2016 SDK targets a super lightweight platform enabling applications to scale better and utilize just enough OS for their needs, while containers enable rapid development and deployment making for a very developer focused Windows Server release. This session will take you through the new development pipeline: developing apps targeting Nano Server, packaging apps as Windows Server App‘s (WSA), configuring apps using Desired State Configuration (DSC), deploying apps and their dependencies using Package Management, testing apps using Pester, securing apps using Just in Time (JIT) and Just Enough Admin (JEA) and running apps in Containers, VMs, or on the host. Come hear how this transformation is going to provide you with the platform and components you require for building modern server apps both on-premises and in the cloud.
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