With Microsoft Ignite just around the corner, Windows Server 2019 is set to get its full
release and the signs look good. Do you already checked out Windows server 2019? You can’t do this checking unless you’re part of the Windows Server insider program. I would recommend attending following Windows Server 2019 Webinar to learn more about Windows server 2019 from experts.
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Windows Server 2019 Webinar
Windows Server insider program grants you access to the latest Windows Server Preview builds. You probably haven’t had a hands-on experience yet with Windows Server 2019. The guys over at Altaro have and are preparing to host a webinar on the 3rd of October to tell you all about Windows server 2019.
The webinar will be held a week after Microsoft Ignite so it will cover the complete feature
set included in the full release as well as a more in-depth look at the most important
features in Windows Server 2019. Registration linke for the Windows Server 2019 Webinar is given below.
Whenever a new version of Windows Server gets released there’s always a lot of attention
and media coverage so it’s nice to have an hour-long session where you can sit back and let a panel of Microsoft experts cut through the noise and give you all the information you
It’s also a great chance to ask your questions direct to those with the inside knowledge and receive answers live on air. Over 2000 people have now registered for this webinar and I’m going to be joining too. It’s
Free to register – what are you waiting for?
Register here – https://goo.gl/atJrvv
What is New in Windows Server 2019
Windows Server 2019 has four main areas of investments and below is glimpse of each area. The above mentioned Windows server 2019 Webinar will give you more details.
- Hybrid: Windows Server 2019 and Windows Admin Center will make it easier for our customers to connect existing on-premises environments to Azure. With Windows Admin Center it also easier for customers on Windows Server 2019 to use Azure services such as Azure Backup, Azure Site Recovery, and more services will be added over time.
- Security: Security continues to be a top priority for our customers and we are committed to helping our customers elevate their security posture. Windows Server 2016 started on this journey and Windows Server 2019 builds on that strong foundation, along with some shared security features with Windows 10, such as Defender ATP for server and Defender Exploit Guard.
- Application Platform: Containers are becoming popular as developers and operations teams realize the benefits of running in this new model. In addition to the work we did in Windows Server 2016, we have been busy with the Semi-Annual Channel releases and all that work culminates in Windows Server 2019. Examples of these include Linux containers on Windows, the work on the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL), and the smaller container images.
- Hyper-converged Infrastructure (HCI): If you are thinking about evolving your physical or host server infrastructure, you should consider HCI. This new deployment model allows you to consolidate compute, storage, and networking into the same nodes allowing you to reduce the infrastructure cost while still getting better performance, scalability, and reliability.
Everything you need to know about Windows Server 2019 – here