Windows Server Management: The Next Generation

Last year we talked about Azure-hosted "Server Management Tools". Users didn't like a public cloud dependancy, so Microsoft recently delivered "Project Honolulu", the next generation of Windows Server management experience. Honolulu is a locally deployed, web browser-based suite of management tools that enables on-premises administration of Windows Servers with no Azure dependency. Microsoft has reimagined Server Manager and MMC-based tools to enable users to manage server, failover clusters, hyper-converged clusters, and virtual machines from the same console. Join us to learn through various demos about Honolulu's architecture and deployment options, available tools, and capabilities.

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Session information

Track: Server & Client
Time and date: 01/02/2018, 16:00
Location: Server & Client Platform (Room 6)

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Aleksandar Nikolic

Company: Independent
Position: Microsoft MVP for Windows PowerShell

Jan Egil Ring

Company: Crayon AS
Position: Lead Architect