Gaining Server Storage I/O Insight into Microsoft Windows Server 2016
In case you had not heard, Microsoft announced the general availability (GA, also known as Release To Manufacturing (RTM) ) of the newest version of its Windows server operating system aka Windows Server 2016 along with System Center 2016. Note that as well as being released to traditional manufacturing distribution mediums as well as MSDN, the Windows Server 2016 bits are also available on Azure.
Windows Server 2016 Welcome Screen – Source Server StorageIOlab.com
For some this might be new news, or a refresh of what Microsoft announced a few weeks ago (e.g. the formal announcement). Likewise, some of you may not be aware that Microsoft is celebrating WIndows Server 20th Birthday (read more here).
Yet for others who have participated in the public beta aka public technical previews (TP) over the past year or two or simply after the information coming out of Microsoft and other venues, there should not be a lot of surprises.
Whats New With Windows Server 2016
Read the entire article here, Gaining Server Storage I/O Insight into Microsoft Windows Server 2016
via Greg Schulz.