Windows Server 2019 Datacenter
We are pleased to announce the release of Windows Server 2019 Datacenter Cloud Server operating system for use in our Public Cloud.
Although this is a major release for Windows Server, Microsoft has kept the user interface and administration largely the same as Windows Server
2016 Datacenter. This will allow users to dive right into using Windows Server 2019 without a learning curve.
New features in Windows Server 2019
Some of the new features that have been introduced in Windows Server 2019 include:
This new feature provides insights into the functioning of your server and helps predict issues that may occur. This feature is designed to help cut down on reactive maintenance costs.
Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP):
ATP exposes memory and kernel level attacks and responds by suppressing malicious files and terminating malicious processes to help keep your system protected.
Storage Migration Service:
Storage Migration Service makes it easier to migrate servers to a newer version of Windows Server. It provides a graphical tool that inventories, transfers, and configures data from old servers on to newer servers. It can optionally move the identities/users of the old servers to the new servers, so that the applications and users don’t have to change anything.
This feature makes it possible to run Windows and Linux-based containers on the same Windows Server host using the same docker daemon.
Windows Time Service:
Windows Time Service provides provide more precise and frequent time syncing than the previous versions of Windows Server.