Windows 10: Ignite session replay: Modernize applications with Windows Server 2016
Ignite session replay: Modernize applications with Windows Server 2016
Microsoft Windows Server 2016 was designed to support both traditional applications, as well as new cloud-native applications and DevOps workflows. Jeffrey Snover and Jeff Woolsey provide a great overview of the new options available today with the cloud-ready operating system:
- The Nano Server configuration reduces the size of the OS deployment by 25x and dramatically reduces start times and reboots.
- Windows Server Containers and enhancements to management and PowerShell create new options for modernizing and managing today’s applications.
- New architectures for packaging, repositories, configuration, operational testing, and secure operations to minimize the friction between Devs and Ops and maximize the velocity of code deployment.
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