Windows Server 2019 is an operating system that bridges Azure on-site environments to optimize current investment in hybrid scenarios. Increase security and reduce business risk with multiple layers of protection built into the operating system. Change your datacenter infrastructure with Hyper-converged infrastructure to improve efficiency and scale. Microsoft Windows Server also enables you to create cloud-native and modernize traditional apps using containers and micro-services.
With Cloud Technology essential to digital change enriching customer experiences through the up to date artificial intelligence capabilities and upscale their programs globally-many organizations also want to drive innovation at the edge, starting in their datacenters. Making this innovation requires a connected set of experiences for security, containers, and management.
Windows Server 2019 allows you to expand your company and move your business to the cloud. It maximizes your existing investments and builds on Windows Server security, Hyper-Converged Infrastructure, and application innovation to allow you to bridge your on-premises investments on the cloud.
- Storage migration service
Easily inventory and migrate your data, security, and configurations from legacy systems to Windows Server 2019.
- Synchronize your file servers to Azure
Centralize the file shares of your enterprise with Azure Files while maintaining the versatility and quality of a file server on-site.
- System insights
Make use of local predictive analytics capabilities native to monitor your Windows Server.
- Azure network adaptor
Easily connect to Azure virtual networks. Make the Windows Admin Center configure the VPN to a new network adapter that can connect Windows Server 2019 to a point-to-site Azure virtual network VPN.
- Enhanced Azure AD authentication
Use the computer account to authenticate in the cloud by joining Windows Server 2019 with the Azure Active Directory (Azure AD).
- VM Protection
Model processes running on physical and in virtual machines (VMs) from a primary site to a secondary location without worrying about the primary site’s performance and security.