Some of the most significant new features planned for Windows Server 2016 are not in the latest Technical Preview 2 (TP2). In particular, we're still awaiting the new containers that will let you adopt flexible Docker-style container management via Hyper-V containers with fixed specification support. This will allow you to ensure that the container stays on the kernel version for which your application is designed, even if you update the host OS.

Some features, like Virtual Secure Modules and the Host Guardian Service that uses them to protect VMs, aren't fully enabled because you need Azure Pack 2 or System Center 2016 VMM to manage them. T ...

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