In this Ask the Admin, Russell Smith looks in detail at the mechanics of how Linux containers will be supported in Windows Server 2016.
Microsoft has released today the first Insider build of Windows Server, a pre-release version of the platform that allows you to test new features before they ship in a final product.
Take advantage of the Hybrid Cloud capabilities in Windows Server 2016.
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 is making big changes to the way it services Windows Server including a new servicing branch and shipping two feature updates per year.
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.
Microsoft is enabling new support for Linux technology on Windows Server including Bash support and native Linux containers.
Aidan Finn goes over several announcements Microsoft made regarding Azure virtual machines at the recent Build conference.
Aidan Finn walks you through deploying Azure virtual machines with smaller OS disks.
Aidan Finn shows you how to deploy VHD Sets on Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V.
Aidan Finn explains what Shared Virtual Hard Disk Sets are and why to use them to create shared virtual storage on Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V.
While other commercial products may be more robust, there are a few different ways Desired State Configuration can be used for software deployment.