Windows and Office users are growing accustomed to Microsoft’s relatively new semi-annual update schedule. This fall, Windows Servers will join in the tradition.
Erin Chapple, general manager of Windows Server at the Redmond, Wash. software maker, announced the change in a blog post, saying the move will align with the existing, twice-yearly feature releases that the company issues for its Office line of productivity apps, and of course, Windows desktop operating system. For example, this spring’s Windows 10 Creators Update will be followed later this year by the aptly named Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.
The move will benefit customers seeking to innovate at a more rapid pace using the server system software’s software-defined data center capabilities and its application container and microservices components, Chapple said.
And customers needn’t worry…