Windows Server 2019 is the first version of Microsoft’s server OS not to RTM. But what does that mean in practice?
After the release of a patch for Windows Server 2016 on April 16th, it’s now possible to manage hyper-converged infrastructure using the Windows Admin Center.
Month 3 of 2018 brought us some interesting news in Azure IaaS. Some things that have been in the oven for a while are starting to rise and there’s lots more evidence of the new and open Microsoft.
In this Ask the Admin, Russell Smith explains what hyper-convergence is and how it can help simplify your IT systems.
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 Microsoft’s announcement to remove all the infrastructure features, such as scale-out file server and Hyper-V from 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.
Explore the main reasons you should consider deploying the now generally available Windows Server 2016 in your network.
Learn about storage feature improvements in the Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 5.
Read how Microsoft’s view and recommendations on hyper-convergence have changed over the last year with the evolution of Storage Spaces Direct (S2D).
Microsoft has announced details on Windows Server 2016 licensing, which includes a switch to a per-core licensing model.
Learn about new features in the Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 4 for Hyper-V and related roles and technologies.