Many new things have come out of 2016, one of them being the New Windows Server 2016. The last update for the Windows server was in 2012, making this a well-deserved update. Microsoft has made sure to make use of all the advances in technology that have cropped up in the four years since its last update, and it shows in the Windows 2016 Server.
There are many new aspects of the New Windows 2016 Server that are designed to keep your information more secure than ever, boasting a number of capabilities, including:
Faster Threat Detection
New Windows 2016 Server brings enhanced auditing capabilities to the table, allowing for speedier detection of threats in the sensitive processes of your operations. As cybercrimes begin to rise in frequency in the Digital Era, it’s important that we keep up to date with the most advanced security measures, and the best way to keep threats from developing into crises is to nip them at the bud.
With the introduction of Hyper-V containers and the integration of a distributed firewall, the New Windows 2016 Server allows for more tactile isolation of applications at a number of stages. These isolation capabilities are nowhere near present in the 2012 version of the Windows Server, making the upgrade a drastic improvement on the security measures currently in place. Furthermore, the integration of the New Windows 2016 Server’s new containers allows for a number of other uses past security, which make its cloud services that much more of a selling point.
Cloud Service Innovation
Another aspect of the New Windows 2016 Server that makes it worth the upgrade is its new and efficient cloud service features. The New Windows 2016 Server brings various functions and capabilities together that make its cloud-services easy to use and integrate into pre-existing business structures:
With the New Windows 2016 Server, users will be able to move their existing applications onto the up to date DevOps without having to resort to any heavy code changing, or in some cases, any code changing at all, due to the New Windows 2016 Server’s innovative new container aspect.
The New Windows 2016 Server is designed to not only make the transfer from creating and storing traditional applications to modern applications easy, but interplay between the two formats as well. The New Windows 2016 Server allows for the user to develop and integrate hybrid applications into their workflow, maximizing efficiency and convenience for users.
When updating to the New Windows 2016 Server, users will able to choose from one of three different editions of the New Windows 2016 Server. The three difference editions of the New Windows 2016 Server (the New Windows 2016 Server Essentials, the New Windows 2016 Server Standard, and New Windows 2016 Server Datacenter) allow for different levels of cloud integration, at varying price ranges based on the breadth of integration necessary by various different levels of operations.