Deep dive on Windows Server 2019 updates



Major advances in managing hyper-converged infrastructure, support for storage class memory, as well as deduplication coming to ReFS, new hybrid integration between Windows Server data center and Azure with the Windows app in center. The security enhancements including support for Linux, shielded VMs, and more.

Join Matt McSpirit, Technical Solutions Professional at Microsoft and Jeff Woolsey, Principal PM Manager, Windows Server as they look at these overview of the latest updates to Windows Server 2019.

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    September 11, 2020 at 1:56 pm
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    Installing two 2019 servers today. Will be installing into a 2012 Standard, 2012 r2 and 2016 AD network spanned across 5 physical locations. Been playing with Honolulu and will be installing the Admin Center version.
    When complete and see AD replication, will let it cook for at least a week then start seeing what I can do with new features. I believe the deduplication is going to rock!

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    September 11, 2020 at 1:56 pm
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    Truly know nothing about any of this, but was able to follow. at least a little bit of the explanation of what is being done. Exciting and making me wondering if I would enjoy learning more. Thanks.

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    September 11, 2020 at 1:56 pm
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    Is the local cluster aware of the Azure copy of the protected VM's, so the cluster can fail over to the Azure copy when needed? If so, how can end users access the Azure copy of the protected VM once it goes live, would that require a site-to-site VPN?

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    September 11, 2020 at 1:56 pm
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    Finally less complex to run and manage; I think this version is what we have been waiting for!

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