The Cloud puts new demands on your organization to innovate faster in order to compete effectively. You make decisions every day about how to balance traditional IT responsibilities with cloud innovation. At the same time, your organization faces increased security threats from outside and within. For these reasons and more, organizations adopt Cloud computing at different rates. Windows Server 2016 is the Cloud-ready operating system that supports your current workloads while introducing new technologies that make it easy to transition to Cloud computing when you are ready. It delivers powerful new layers of security along with Azure-inspired innovation for the applications and infrastructure that power your business.
Windows Server 2016 delivers a flexible and cost-efficient platform for your datacenter, using the same compute, storage and network virtualization features that power the Azure public cloud.
Windows Server 2016 editions have been streamlined to better support today’s changing business requirements. Windows Server 2016 will be released in the following editions:
Whats new with Windows Server 2016!
- Added layers of security: Enhance security and reduce risk with multiple layers of built in protection.
- New deployment options: Increase availability and reduce resource usage with the lightweight Nano Server
- Built in Containers: Develop and manage with agility thanks to windows server and Hyper-V Containers
- Build highly available, scalable software-defined storage and reduce costs.
System Center 2016 brings cloud learnings to the datacenter, enabling seamless management of complex environments. With comprehensive monitoring, hardware and virtual machine provisioning, robust automation, and configuration management, System Center 2016 offers a simplified datacenter management experience.
5 things you'll love about System Center 2016:
System Center 2016 editions:
Bring flexibility and control to your datacentre while lowering costs
Improve your business with Windows Server 2016
Rely on new layers of protection built into the OS
Windows Server 2016 will get you where you need to go