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Windows Server 2016 Datacenter - 16 Core
Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Datacenter is designed for highly virtualized workplaces such as data centers and cloud environments. The software is a cloud-compatible operating system that is designed to support the current workload while seamlessly transitioning data and processes to the cloud. The system also adds new layers of security and includes a host of other features and technologies that will transform the way you do business, improving efficiency and satisfaction.
Windows Server 2016 Datacenter is designed to work with your current setup for an easy, stress-free transition to the cloud. The software comes with a special two-part license that includes both Cores and Client Access licenses (CALs). Each user and device in the company connected to a Windows Server Standard, Datacenter, or Multipoint edition of Windows Server will require a Windows Server CAL or a Windows Server and a Remote Desktop Services (RDS) CAL. A Windows Server CAL will allow the user or device to access multiple licenses of Windows Server including the most current installed version as well as previous editions of the software.
When you're ready to transition workloads, apps, and data to the cloud, choose Windows Server 2016 Datacenter. The advanced technologies and easy-to-use interface will give you the leverage you need to successfully transition your business, increasing storage, and efficiency. With Windows Server 2016 Datacenter, you'll always have the most up-to-date technology available. With the built-in Azure Hybrid Use Benefit, you can even bring your on-premises Windows Server license with Software Assurance to Azure to save time and money. Instead of paying full price for a new Windows Server virtual machine, you'll only pay the base to compute rate. For more information about Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Datacenter or for help ordering, please call or email us at email@example.com.
Windows Server 2016 Datacenter is a variant of Windows Server 2016 that is designed for highly virtualized datacenter and cloud environments. Windows Server 2016 is a cloud-compatible operating system that supports all current workloads while introducing new technologies that make transitioning to cloud computing much easier. The system brings great new layers of security to the table and possesses Azure-inspired innovation for the applications and infrastructure that can transform the way you do business.
The Windows Server 2016 licensing model includes both Cores + Client Access Licenses (CALs). Each user and device accessing a licensed Windows Server Standard, Datacenter or Multipoint edition requires a Windows Server CAL, or a Windows Server and a Remote Desktop Services (RDS) CAL. A Windows Server CAL allows access to any edition of Windows Server of the same or earlier version. Each Windows Server CAL provides access to multiple licenses of Windows Server.
When you are ready to transition workloads to the public cloud, you can leverage your existing investment in Windows Server. The Azure Hybrid Use Benefit lets you bring your on-premises Windows Server license with Software Assurance to Azure. Rather than paying the full price for a new Windows Server virtual machine, you will pay only the base to compute rate. Find more details at www.azure.com.
Features exclusive to the Windows Server 2016 Datacenter version include:
- Shielded Virtual Machines
- Software-defined networking
- Core functionality of Windows Server
- Unlimited OSEs / Hyper-V containers
- Unlimited Windows Server containers
- Host Guardian Service
- Nano Server
- Storage features including Storage Spaces Direct & Storage Replica
- Shielded Virtual Machines
- Networking stack
These are the system requirements for installing Windows Server 2016 Datacenter 16 Core.
- Processor: 1.4 GHz 64-bit processor
- Memory: 512 MB
- Disk Space: 32 GB
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