Updating windows 2016 core
The latest release of Microsoft's Windows Server operating system was delivered for general availability on October 12, 2016 (Figure A).
Microsoft's goal with Windows Server 2016 is to further assimilate local resources with public and private cloud infrastructures to provide a greater degree of manageability over various computing environments (virtualized and physical), while keeping it seamless for businesses and users to be productive.
The move to add Linux support and management of Linux servers, including container support will also affect Linux admins that run mixed networks in a hybrid format for both Linux and Windows.
As subsequent improvements were made, additional TPs were released for public download; TP4 was made available on November 19, 2015.This version includes new features and advancements for Nano Server, virtualization, and containerization, and it adds support for managing Linux subsystems.Windows Server 2016 is available in Standard and Datacenter Editions.System requirements: Just like with Windows 10 where Microsoft recreated much of the underlying operating system, taking into account the change in landscape brought on by smartphones and tablets, Windows Server 2016 represents the culmination of several principles: Compute, Identity, Management and Automation, Networking, Storage and Security and Assurance.These are further broken down into the core elements of the OS, infusing Virtualization, Active Directory, Systems Administration, Network Management and Software Defined Network (SDN) Technologies, Disk Management and Availability, and Cloud Integration and Management together to bring enterprises to the future of technology—without abandoning the equipment they are currently using today.