Aidan Finn grades his predictions on what would happen with Hyper-V and Microsoft cloud computing in the year of 2017.
Learn about the new features and changes to Hyper-V in the recent 1709 semi-annual channel release of Windows Server.
Aidan Finn discusses the impact of the end of Nano as a viable operating system for physical and virtual machines.
Aidan Finn discusses Microsoft’s recent announcements about the end of infrastructure roles for Nano Server and the twice-yearly updates to Windows Server.
Aidan Finn discusses Microsoft’s announcement to remove all the infrastructure features, such as scale-out file server and Hyper-V from Nano Server.
Microsoft has defined a new direction for Nano Server while also expanding the role for Server Core; the company is removing features from Nano Server.
Discover how to (remotely and securely) manage your on-premises Hyper- V hosts, including Nano Server, from Azure’s (remote) server management tools on Windows 7, Macs, and even non-Windows tablets.
Aidan Finn and Mike Resseler discuss features and functionality available in Microsoft Nano Server.
The end of the year is fast approaching and it’s time to review my 2016 predictions and make my predictions for 2017.
Aidan Finn introduces you to the new GUI-based tool for deploying Windows Server 2016 (WS2016) Nano Server.
Get a walkthrough of how to build a test/demo/evaluation lab for Windows Serve 2016, including Hyper-V and failover clustering, on a single machine (including a laptop).
Explore the main reasons you should consider deploying the now generally available Windows Server 2016 in your network.
It is clear from Microsoft’s publicity about Windows Server 2016 that the corporation believes that the default choice for installing a new server is Nano Server. Do you agree with that view? In this opinion post, I discuss the merits of both sides of the argument, share my take on the matter, and ask what you think.