Windows Server 2016 Overview
- Feature Overview
- Server Versions and Licensing
- System Requirements
Nano Server is a pared down headless version of Windows Server. Nano Server is designed to run as a container.
- Nano Server Overview
- Deploy Nano Server
- Custom Nano Server Image
- Manage Nano Server
- Nano Server Roles
- Nano Server Image Builder
Containers are the latest buzz in IT technology. Containers enable you to isolate your applications from the underlying OS
improving the deployment and reliability of those applications.
Windows Server 2016 will provide two kinds of native containers: Windows Server Containers and Hyper-V Containers.
Windows Server Containers are isolated from each other but they run directly on the Windows Server 2016 OS.
Hyper-V Containers provide enhanced isolation by running the containers from a Hyper-V VM.
- Containers Overview
- Containers Deployment
- Containers Management
- Using Docker to Create and Manage Containers
File and Storage Services
- Storage Spaces Direct
- Storage Replica
- Fault Domains
- Cluster OS Rolling Upgrade
- Cloud Witness
- Site-Aware Failover Clusters
- Workgroup and Multi-Domain Clusters
- VM Configuration Options
- New Features Overview
- Nested Virtualization
- Production Checkpoints
- Shielded Virtual Machines
- VM Versions
- PowerShell Direct
PowerShell Core is the cross-platform and open-source version of PowerShell.
PowerShell Core uses .NET Core 2.0 as its runtime and Visual Studio Code as the editor.
Package Manager allows you to find, install and remove software from various repositories on the Internet like nuget and the PowerShell Gallery.
JEA allows you to create role-based access control (RBAC) endpoints that define precisely what actions youâ€™ll let your users carry out
without the need for elevated, privileged administrator credentials.
- PowerShell: Windows PowerShell 5.1 and PowerShell Core
- Just Enough Administration
- Package Management
Windows Admin Center
Windows Admin Center is a locally deployed, browser-based, management tool set that enables on-premises administration of Windows Servers
with no Azure or cloud dependency. Windows Admin Center gives IT Admins full control over all aspects of their Server infrastructure
and is particularly useful for management on private networks that are not connected to the Internet.
- Deployment Options
- Adding Managed Nodes
- Role Based Access Control
- Azure Integration
In this course we will talk about the new features in Windows Server 2016. The newest version of the Microsoft Server family has some great new concepts and improves the existing features.
Focused on cloud deployments (private or public) Windows Server 2016 will have enhanced Hyper-V features (Shielded VMs, hot add memory and network adapters, ...) and improved cluster services (Rolling upgrade, site-awareness, ...)
But the biggest change in Windows Server 2016 is without doubt Containers support. Follow this course and learn all about these exciting new features!
Experienced Windows Server administrators.