Windows Server 2016 - All Editions
Windows Server 2016 - is the cloud-ready operating system that supports current workloads while introducing new technologies that make it easy to transition to cloud computing when your customers are ready. It delivers powerful new layers of security along with Microsoft Azure-inspired innovation for the applications and infrastructure that power your customers’ business. The cloud offers IT organizations opportunities to flourish under a new model that delivers faster time to value and innovation. Many organizations, however, face strict compliance or business requirements. For organizations that need it all—security, efficiency, and innovation-Windows Server delivers it.
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Product Detail: Windows Server 2016 (updated Feb 2018)
Windows Server 2016 includes built-in breach resistance to help thwart attacks on your systems and meet compliance goals. Even if someone finds a way into your environment, the layers of security built into Windows Server 2016 limit the damage they can cause and help detect suspicious activity. Choose from three primary editions of Windows Server 2016, based on organization size as well as virtualization and datacenter requirements:
Windows Server Licensing model for business
The Windows Server 2016 licensing model includes both Cores + Client Access Licenses (CALs). Each user and/or device accessing a licensed Windows Server Standard, Datacenter or Multipoint edition requires a Windows Server CAL or a Windows Server and a Remote Desktop Services (RDS) CAL. A Windows Server CAL gives a user or device the right to access any edition of Windows Server of the same or earlier version.
Each Window Server CAL allows access to multiple licenses of Windows Server. After the General Availability of Windows Server 2016, the business model for Standard and Datacenter editions will transition from processor-based to core based licensing. Core-based licensing provides a more consistent licensing metric across multi-cloud environments, improves workload portability for Windows Server through benefits like Azure Hybrid Use Benefit, and helps remove friction across different licensing models.
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Windows Server 2016 includes built-in breach resistance to help thwart attacks on your systems and meet compliance goals. Even if someone finds a way into your environment, the layers of security built into Windows Server 2016 limit the damage they can cause and help detect suspicious activity.
What it is: Windows Server 2016 is Microsoft's latest iteration of its server line of operating systems and the successor to Windows Server 2012 R2.
Why it matters: Windows Server 2016 includes a number of new features to its core foundation, including identity management and enhanced security capabilities to ensure data and access to data maintains its integrity from end to end, regardless of whether it's stored locally or in the cloud.
Who this affects: Businesses relying on Microsoft services to empower their business functions, and the IT pros that are responsible for managing this infrastructure.
When this is happening: Microsoft released Windows Server 2016 on October 12, 2016, ending development of its software cycle and making the final code or "gold master" generally available for download.
Windows Server 2016 will have three separate options for installation — Server with Desktop Experience, Nano Server, and Server Core. You might be wondering if installation options matter when it comes to servicing. But they actually do, especially now that your choice of installation is going to be a driving force in regards to the servicing model you get in the end.
You might pick a Nano Server, and then work in the CBB. On the other hand, if you press the key for Server Core or GUI (Graphical User Interface) instead, you might get LTSB. In the case of Nano Server, during production, Software Assurance is necessary as this kind of servicing provides fresh features and functionality.
Now that you have a more well-rounded idea about Microsoft’s new licensing and servicing options for Windows Server 2016, you can form an opinion about it. There are many new things to consider, especially in terms of features and accessibility. Microsoft seems to be concentrating more on evolving the earlier standards to fit the new generation, and whether users respond to them the way they’re intended to remains to be seen.