Windows Server 2019 Standard is the operating system that bridges on-premises environments with Azure services. This enabling hybrid scenarios that maximize existing investments. Increase security and reduce business risk with multiple layers of protection built into the operating system.
Windows Server 2019 Standard Edition is built for high traffic container environments. This innovative software focuses on providing a high level of flexibility of use and control to businesses. Windows Server 2019 also helps to prevent malicious attacks against your system with a strengthened security suite. It also detects any suspicious activity as a preventative measure. Users can change existing applications into cloud-ready solutions and help developers to create new apps using containers, micro services, and the new Nano Server. Your data center can be run with an automated and resilient operating system and will have access to many of the same cloud-efficient features found in Microsoft Azure data centers.
With Windows Server 2019 Standard, users gain access to features such as server virtualization, storage, software-defined networking, web application platforms, server management and automation, information protection, virtual desktops, and much more. One of Microsoft’s newest features with 2019 is Nano Server, a headless installation option for Windows Server 2019, and has a 93% lower VHD size than Windows Server.
Windows Server 2019 Standard Key Features
- Connect Windows Server deployments to Azure services
Use natively integrated services such as Azure Backup and Azure Site Recovery without disrupting applications and infrastructure with Windows Admin Center.
- Faster innovation for applications
Enable the creation of cloud-native apps, and modernize traditional apps using containers and microservices. Enable Developers and IT Pros to create cloud native apps, and modernize traditional apps using containers and microservices.
- Easy administration
Use the Windows Admin Center to manage your servers, clusters, hyper-converged infrastructure, and Windows 10 PCs with a browser-based app.
- Improved Linux operations
Run Linux and Windows containers side by side. It reduces complexity by enabling developers to use standard tools such as Open SSH, Curl, and Tar.