Microsoft wants to remind you that they have this product called Windows Server, and that it has a Windows Server 2016 release, a cool new administration console, and a future (Windows Server 2019). In order to do that, Microsoft will be hosting an online conference on June 26th with some of the big names behind the creation of Windows Server called the Windows Server Summit.
This event will have a keynote featuring Erin Chapple, Director of Program Management, Cloud + AI (which includes Windows Server). Then the event will break out into a number of tracks with multiple sessions each, covering things like:
- Hybrid scenarios with Azure
- Hyper-converged infrastructure (Storage Spaces Direct/S2D)
- Application platform (containers on Windows Server)
The event, on June 26th, starts at 5pm UK/Irish time and runs for 4 hours (12:00 EST). Don’t worry if this time doesn’t suit; the sessions will be available to stream afterwards. Those who tune in live will also have the opportunity to participate in Q&A.