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Professional Guide To Windows Server 2016

A Complete Resource to Learn and Master Windows Server 2016 Administration

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  •   Lectures: 61
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  •   Videos: 12.5 hours
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  •   Level: All
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  •   Language: English
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  •   Last Updated: 03/2017

  • Instructor : Eduonix Learning Solutions

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Keeping up with the trying technological times, Microsoft has introduced as brand new addition to its Server technology. Windows Server 2016 released in September 2016 emphasizes Microsoft's hybrid strategy, which includes a greater attention towards cloud technologies.

Windows Server 2016 also includes other Microsoft products including Office 365 and its desktop productivity apps, Dynamics 365, SQL Server and Azure's SQL Database service. The latest server offers numerous benefits over the last one including consistent identity management, DevOps processes in hybrid scenarios, security procedures and even built in support for containers.

In addition to offering enhanced security, the Windows Server 2016 comes equipped with new deployment features for Cloud, cost efficient storage systems and networking to automate with cloud-like efficiency.

Two major features that were added include: Rolling upgrades for Hyper-V and Storage & Nano Server. Hyper-V was originally offered with Windows 10 and allows developers to create and host complete virtualization systems. The new upgrade allows developers to add a new Windows Server 2016 node to a Hyper-V cluster with nodes that are still running Windows Server 2012 R2.

The Nano Server is a remotely administered server operating system that is small and has been optimized for private clouds and datacenters. It has no log-on capability and only supports 64-bit applications but simplifies the process of developing and hosting apps on the cloud.

Do you want to learn this next-gen Windows technology?

Well then this is the perfect course for you! We have designed this course to help you master the Windows Server 2016, including installing and configuring the server, installing and configuring Nano Server, implementing and configuring storage, implementing directory and network services, implementing Hyper-V, implementing remote access, managing and deploying Windows server and Hyper-V clusters and also implementing failover clustering.

Windows Server 2016 is the next gen of server technology that will give Amazon’s AWS a run for its money, offering more benefits and services than AWS, including hybrid technology.

Let’s take a deeper look into our EPIC course:

  • Understand and learn how to set up, install and configuring Windows Server 2016 & Nano Server.
  • Learn how storage works in Windows Server 2016, including implementation of data deduplication, configuring iSCI storage and other storage spaces.
  • How to implement File Server Resource Manager and iSCSI storage in Hyper-V.
  • How to implement Storage Spaces Direct feature and configure redundant storage spaces
  • Implement Directory Services, deploying active directory domain controllers, cloning domain controllers and implementing service accounts.
  • Understanding an overview of working enhancements, implementing IPAM and managing IP addresses with IPAM
  • Implementing and configuring Hyper-V including storage, networking and virtual machines.
  • Configuring Microsoft Hyper-V virtual switches, understanding NIC teaming and network migration
  • Understanding Software Defined Networking in detail, implementing network virtualization and network controller
  • Implementing DirectAccess and VPN
  • Understanding containers in Windows Server 2016, learning how to deploy Windows Server and Hyper-V containers as well as installing, configuring, and managing containers by using Docker.
  • Understanding, implementing, configuring and maintaining a failover cluster.

This is the only course you need to become an expert on Microsoft’s newest server! So, let’s serve it up!