Software-defined Networking Load Balancer in Windows Server 2016 Download article by Vinicius Apolinario | Sep 20, 2016 Your browser does not support HTML5 and MP4 content Learn how Microsoft is bringing the Azure Load Balancer to the new Software-defined Networking capabilities in Windows Server 2016. Updated: January 20th, 2017 by Vinicius Apolinario © Microsoft. This article was originally published by Microsoft Channel 9: Windows Server. You can find the original article here. Related Articles PowerShell in Windows Server 2016Learn how PowerShell in Windows Server 2016 includes significant new features that extend its use, improve its usability, and allow you to control and manage Windows-based environments more… Data Deduplication in Windows Server 2016Learn how Data Deduplication in Windows Server 2016 can provide volume space savings of up to 90% to reduce capacity needs and reduce costs while providing scalability of… Adobe Flash support on Windows Server 2016With the changes that have occurred to further align the Windows Server and Client desktop experiences, one of the most commonly asked questions is “Does Windows Server 2016… Storage Spaces Direct in Windows Server 2016Learn how Storage Spaces Direct enables organizations to use industry standard servers with local storage to build highly available and scalable software defined storage. Containers in Windows Server 2016Learn how Windows containers provide greater isolation enabling many isolated applications to run on one computer system. They build fast and are highly scalable and portable.