MS Windows Server 2016 Standard - 2 cores
Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Standard - 2 cores
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Microsoft Windows Server Std Core 2016 Single Olp 2 Core
Windows Server 2016 is here. Get the cloud-ready operating system today to apply another levels of security and innovation to the applications and infrastructure, that power your business. Support the workloads you run today, and make it easier to move to the cloud, when you're ready. Features Built-in security
Enhance security and reduce risk with multiple layers of protection, built into the operating system.
Evolve your datacenter
Save money and gain flexibility with software-defined compute, storage, and networking technologies, inspired by Microsoft Azure.
Use improved technologies, such as Windows containers and Nano Server, for another ways to deploy and run on-premises and cloud-based apps.
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