System Center 2016 Launch Announcement
Microsoft has announced that Microsoft System Center 2016 will be launched at the Microsoft Ignite conference at Atlanta in late September.
System Center 2016 brings a new set of capabilities that integrate with Microsoft cloud management tools to help you manage the challenges of moving to the cloud. This release also unlocks new technologies available in Windows Server 2016 that will enhance the software-defined datacenter and provide new layers of security for your operating system.
With the launch of System Center 2016 and Windows Server 2016 in September, you will have a cloud-ready platform and the operations management tools you need to run a secure, efficient, and responsive datacenter. At Ignite, you’ll find an array of sessions to give you the latest updates on System Center and how to take advantage of these new capabilities.
Highlights of System Center 2016 include:
- Support for new Windows Server 2016 technologies, including lifecycle management for Nano server-based hosts and virtual machines, Storage Spaces Direct, and shielded virtual machines
- Performance and usability improvements, including all the update rollups since System Center 2012 R2, improved UNIX and Linux monitoring, and ability to tune management packs and alerts
- Native integrations with Microsoft Operations Management Suite to give you expanded analytics, data correlation, orchestration, archival, and hybrid management capabilities
You can get more details at: Hybrid Cloud IT Management Blog