Microsoft Nano Server Get Started
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Microsoft's course reversal on Nano Server in Windows Server 2016 will make some Windows administrators hesitant to come along for the ride in the next server-related innovation. Continue Reading
Not only do you need Windows Server 2016 on the host system and Server Core in the VM to run Hyper-V containers, you also need to meet a list of resources for deployment. Continue Reading
Microsoft integrates key Windows Server 2016 features, such as Nano Server and data protection, with the new version of System Center. Continue Reading
Evaluate Microsoft Nano Server Vendors & Products
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Windows Server includes a complete GUI environment, while Server Core includes a minimal GUI and Nano Server has none. Which Hyper-V deployment type is right for you? Continue Reading
As older versions of Windows Server age, businesses will consider a Windows Server 2016 upgrade. Containers and application compatibility are two areas to be aware of. Continue Reading
The biggest feature of Windows Server 2016 may the tiny Windows Nano Server. Tech expert Michael Otey explains how something so small can be so powerful and secure. Continue Reading
Manage Microsoft Nano Server
Learn to apply best practices and optimize your operations.
Windows Server management can be complicated -- especially headless server deployments -- but Microsoft attempts to ease this task with its free Azure-based Server Management Tools. Continue Reading