In this chapter we discuss the requirements for installing, upgrading, and migrating servers to Windows Server 2016. We’ll also cover Nano Server, the new version of Windows Server. Finally, we will discuss how to create, manage, and maintain images that can be used for Windows Server deployments.
Windows Server 2016 introduces several new features compared to Windows Server 2012. These features include:
Nano Server Offers a new installation type that does not provide a graphical or command prompt experience and must be managed remotely.
Containers Isolates applications from ...