A few months ago ConfigMgr Current Branch (1511) is released, which is ConfigMgr-as-a-service. There will be new updates available for it multiple times a year. This the same as Windows 10, which is Window-as-a-service. Microsoft is doing a great job here!
When using ConfigMgr Technical Preview 4 there will be new updates already. This for the 1512 and 1601 update. More about this here:
Update 1512 now available in System Center Configuration Manager Technical Preview
Update 1601 now available in System Center Configuration Manager Technical Preview
On twitter I received some great news too! There will be a ConfigMgr 1602 tech preview release soon. This followed by a 1602 production release next month. Sounds great to me :-)
Hope that updates went better in future also. This because of some negative experience with ConfigMgr 2012 R2 SP1 and 1511 updates. On twitter I received another great message: Deploying ConfigMgr will keep getting easier and easier :-)
Let's say: I'm very curious about upcoming releases!
Other blogposts about this topic:
Doing a ConfigMgr 1511 upgrade (Notes from the field)
Doing a ConfigMgr 2012 R2 SP1 upgrade (Notes from the field)