Ignite 2016 – Windows Server 2016 Management Recordings

Now that another Ignite is over there is a plethora of fresh video content to review. Previously channel9.msdn.com would have been the place to go to catch up on what was missed, but this year the recordings are over on ignite.microsoft.com. This post focuses on Windows Server 2016 management sessions that are available for on-demand viewing.


Manage and troubleshoot your Windows Server environment remotely

Ensure that you always have a rich management experience, even when running a GUI-less Nano Server installation, using the new tools in Microsoft Windows Server 2016. We discuss how the web-based Server management tools (SMT) close the remote management gaps in Windows Server, how you can use SMT for remote management and troubleshooting, as well as how to deploy and scale SMT in your environment. To enable functionality in SMT we have added new WMI providers and PowerShell cmdlets and we’ll discuss how those can be used to automate tasks. We also explain how to use the new Nano Server Recover

Review Windows Server 2016 – the Cloud OS optimized for DevOps

Microsoft Windows Server 2016 was designed to support cloud applications and devops workflows. The NanoServer configuration reduces the size of the OS deployment by 26x and dramatically reduces start times, patches and reboots. Windows Server 2016 defines 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. This session reviews these new architectures as well as NanoServer, Containers and enhancements to management and PowerShell.

Manage Nano Server and Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V

Microsoft Windows Server 2016 and the Nano Server deployment are predicted to quickly become the most popular Hyper-V platform, and here is your chance to see the different tools and techniques that businesses of all sizes are using to manage their virtual infrastructure. Join Symon Perriman (ex-Microsoft evangelist and Hyper-V MVP) to hear best practices for deploying and managing Nano Server, Hyper-V and Failover Clusters.

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