Nano server changes

Nano server is the small, really small, footprint install version of Windows Server that was introduced with Server 2016.

it has a limited number of roles available to to install – much like the original version of  Server core.

Recent announcements – https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/hybridcloud/2017/06/15/delivering-continuous-innovation-with-windows-server/

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/get-started/nano-in-semi-annual-channel

indicates that Nano server is going to become even smaller (by more than 50%) and dedicated to delivering Containers. The infrastructure related roles will be removed. Nano Server will ONLY be available as a container base OS image

In addition, starting this Autumn, Nano server and  Server Core  will getting 2 feature updates per year.

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2 Responses to Nano server changes

  1. DAVID P CARNAHAN says:

    What kind of licensing is Microsoft going to place on nano servers?
    I mean, what do you buy, what will you download (for free), etc…
    Thx Rich

  2. DAVID P CARNAHAN says:

    I mean in a nutshell, if you will

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