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This Week: Reasons to Love Microsoft Windows Server 2016

This week, we took a deep dive into Microsoft Windows Server 2016, exploring all the reasons why SysAdmins should love Microsoft’s latest and greatest server product. We dug into Server 2016 virtualization, checked out certification pathways for the MCSE: Cloud Platform and Infrastructure, took a tour of all the services offered by Server 2016, dabbled in a bit of customization with Linux, and put the Nano Server under the microscope.

  • How Microsoft Windows Server 2016 is a Virtualization Behemoth
    Watch out, VMware. There’s a new virtualization behemoth rampaging through the IT space. Microsoft Windows Server 2016 may be a little late to the party, but it now challenges — or maybe even exceeds — the capabilities of some of its chief virtualization rivals. We explore some of the niftiest features of Microsoft Windows Server 2016 as it tackles virtualization.
  • Roadmap to Success: MCSE: Cloud Platform and Infrastructure
    CBT Nuggets offers guidance to learners pursuing the Microsoft MCSE: Cloud Platform and Infrastructure certification, including next certification steps and career considerations. The MCSE: Cloud Platform and Infrastructure certification could be the perfect cert to follow your Microsoft MCSA: Windows Server 2016.
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2016: A Frankenstein of Services
    It’s alive! It’s ALIVE!! Microsoft Windows Server 2016 stormed the market in October 2016, and by now, many SysAdmins realize the pros and cons of the product. Server 2016 came to life cobbling together everything from virtualization hypervisor to a cloud application container, and a high-performance storage platform, to a hardened security platform, making it the beast that it is today.
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Beast Mode: Control and Customization with Linux
    Microsoft Windows Server 2016 (along with other Microsoft products) has a newfound affection for open source, and particularly, Linux. We dig into the details of how Server 2016 is using Linux to open up greater admin control and customization — and what it all means for your career and training.
  • 3 Reasons to Love Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Nano Server
    Since Microsoft launched Windows Server 2016 last year, Nano Server has captured the imagination (and maybe even the undying love) of many a SysAdmin. From its smaller installation footprint to fewer updates and reboots, we explore three reasons to love Microsoft’s Nano Server.

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