Windows Server Build 16278 release

Following the release of Build 16267 two weeks ago, today Microsoft once again released the Windows Server fourth Insider preview version, the version number rose to 16278. This version update does not contain any new features, mainly in the container and other core components to optimize and adjust.

 

 

 

 

 

 

In fact, the company has confirmed that the final preview version of Windows Server will be released at the end of this month, which does not mean that the final preview is the RTM version, but that the final preview version will be consistent with the Windows 10 client.

Windows Server Build 16278 version update as follows:

Developers and containers

● A new base container image (currently in the Windows Insider Docker Hub library)

○ Optimize Nano Server base image (more than 70% reduction in volume)

The .NET team is providing preview images based on the Nano Server with .NET Core 2.0

The PowerShell team is providing a preview image based on PowerShell 6.0

○ Optimize Server Core base image (20% reduction in volume)

● Support for SMB reel mount

● Orchestrators structure

○ constantly improve Kubernetes network optimization

○ Supports named pipe mapping

● BUG repair and performance adjustment

Cloud Host

● Software Defined Data Center (SDDC) host

○ safe

◎ Shielded Linux VM

◎ SDN: Encrypted virtual networks

◎ Secure clusters

◎ SMB 1 disabled by default

○ Resiliency and Availability

◎ SDN: Reduce the rental time through the gateway

Spaces Direct: Scoped Spaces Reduce multi-node loss

◎ Spaces Direct: Marginal drive can handle predecessor errors

○ performance

◎ ReFS format data partition

Provide a new Data Deduplication DataPort API for optimized ingress / egress

◎ ReFS compressed space efficiency

◎ Performant Spaces Direct Multi Resilient Volumes (MRV)

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