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Everything you need to know about Windows Server 2019 – Part 3

Everything you need to know about Windows Server 2019 – Part 3

This blog post was authored by Dean Wells, Principal Program Manager, Windows Server. In the preceding blogs, you were given a video-tour of some of the high-level advancements made in Windows Server 2019 that touched on areas such as the ... continue reading
Everything you need to know about Windows Server 2019 – Part 3

Everything you need to know about Windows Server 2019 – Part 3

This blog post was authored by Dean Wells, Principal Program Manager, Windows Server. In the preceding blogs, you were given a video-tour of some of the high-level advancements made in Windows Server 2019 that touched on areas such as the ... continue reading

Windows Server 2019 Essentials update

This blog post was co-authored by Irina Pivovarova, Senior Program Managerand Vinicius Apolinario, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Windows Server. For more than a decade the Windows Server team has been releasing Windows Server editions tailored to meet the needs of ... continue reading
Everything you need to know about Windows Server 2019 – Part 2

Everything you need to know about Windows Server 2019 – Part 2

This blog post was co-authored by Haley Rowland, Jeff Woolsey, Ned Pyle, and Samuel Li, Program Managers, Windows Server. Hybrid is the destination, not the journey. Millions of our customers rely on their Windows Server investments to run their business ... continue reading

Everything you need to know about Windows Server 2019 – Part 1

This blog post was authored by Vinicius Apolinario, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Windows Server. You should know by now that Windows Server 2019 is available as a preview in the Windows Insiders program. In the last few months, the Windows ... continue reading
System Center 1807 available now!

System Center 1807 available now!

This blog post was authored by Vithalprasad Gaitonde, Principle PM, Compute. Earlier this year, we added asemi-annual release cadence to System Center so that we can bring new capabilities to customers at a faster pace. We made the first semi-annual ... continue reading

Get answers to “Now what?” for Windows Server 2008 end of support

Our 2008 server products were great for their time, but newer versions of Windows Server offer tremendous improvements in performance and efficiency compared to the Windows Server of 10 years ago. Windows Server 2016 also includes built-in security that starts ... continue reading

It’s sunset time for Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2

The 2008 family of server products have had a tremendous run. But all good things come to an end, right? On January 14, 2020, support ends for Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2, which means no more security updates, potentially ... continue reading

Server Core and Server with Desktop: Which one is best for you

On March 20, 2018 we announced the availability of Windows Server 2019 preview, the next Long-Term Servicing Channel (LTSC) release in the Windows Insider program. Seven weeks later, we released Windows Server, version 1803, the latest release in the Semi-Annual ... continue reading
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