'Microsoft announced this week that it will launch the next major
release of Windows Server later this year with better support for
hybrid workloads, Linux workloads, and hyper-converged infrastructure.
From a report:
This release will succeed Windows Server 2016, which was made
generally available in October 2016. While Microsoft moved to
twice-yearly updates for Windows Server starting last year, the
company bundles those changes into a long-term servicing channel once
every two or three years for administrators who prefer less frequent
releases. Those companies that haven't moved over to the semi-annual
channel will get their first taste of Windows Server's Linux and
Kubernetes support, which are currently in beta.'
-- source: https://tech.slashdot.org/story/18/03/22/1647243
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