We still use WSUS for our Windows updates and I don't remember this update being any different than any other update. You can configure how WU behaves via GPO. We configure ours to check for updates every night at 3am, install the updates automatically, and allow the users to postpone the reboot. Haven't had a problem yet.
Otherwise, you could use LANrev to deploy via the built-in patching. If the devices are already configured to check for OS patches, it'll be listed in your unconfirmed list of patches. You can configure the reboot/defer and other options before approving.
This is actually an upgrade and it displays the Windows 10 installation GUI, so in my opinion it's not like any other update. We have setup Windows/WSUS to install updates at noon, since no computers are turned on at night. 80% of our computers are laptops. The users can postphone restarts but I'm sure what will happen when this update hits their computers.
We don't use the built-in patching in LANrev, since WSUS and Windows Update does a pretty good job by itself. I will have to experiment with pushing this with LANrev and see how that works out. I have managed to find some info that might help.