How to configure and administer Windows Server 2016, including the Nano configuration, with Microsoft's forthcoming Azure-based Remote Server Management Tools option.
- By Paul Ferrill
Microsoft's "convenience rollups" for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1 aren't playing well with some VMware virtual machines (VMs), the two companies warned this week.
Windows Server 2016 TP4 and TP5 now support Docker containers. Learn what this means for the future of IT system and application architectures and how to set up and manage a host using Windows PowerShell.
- By Michael Otey
Microsoft's latest database platform arrived on schedule on Wednesday.
Office 365 updates will be arriving to Microsoft's business subscribers this month.
Microsoft today announced the availability of so-called "convenience rollups" for Windows 7 Service Pack 1, as well as Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1.
Power BI has quickly given Microsoft supremacy in analytics and real-time reporting, but it's only available as an online cloud service. Seeking parity, a revamped on-premises SQL Server Reporting Services 2016 will deliver rich features, such as a new UI, delivery of KPIs and HTML5-based reporting, but integration with Power BI for now is only a statement of direction.
- By Andrew Peterson
Microsoft this week talked more about its Shielded Virtual Machines datacenter security technology.
Microsoft has added Windows Update to its emerging Server Management Tools, which are currently available at the preview stage.
Microsoft's emerging Nano Server deployment option can't be managed using Group Policy controls, the company noted this week, in an announcement.
This year Microsoft showed off improvements across its large line of products and services.
Microsoft today released Office Online Server to its MSDN subscribers.
Here's what to expect when you install the first technical preview.
- By Paul Ferrill
Microsoft has announced a fix today for its flawed update, known as "KB3148812".
The software for enterprises and hosting providers to build private and hybrid clouds based on the same technology that runs the Microsoft Azure public cloud service is in preview for testers to evaluate. Some say it could bring major changes to the datacenter.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz