Microsoft announced Windows Server 2019 a while ago and also showed of a lot of new features and improvements at Microsoft Ignite last week. Also, Microsoft announced the release of Windows Server 2019. Windows Server brings improvements in four key areas, such as Hybrid, Security, Application Platform and Hyper-converged Infrastructure (HCI). Together with Windows Admin Center, Windows Server 2019 becomes a powerful platform to run your workloads on-premise or in the cloud.
MSDN and the Microsoft Partner Network will get Windows Server 2019 later in October.
With the release of a new version of Windows Server, it’s time to learn about what’s new and try it out. At Ignite, we had tons of sessions and those are available for you on demand. If you want to go deeper on the details, you can find the updated documentation in the Windows Server technical content library.
If you are upgrading from an older version, you can check the new Upgrade Center, where you can find useful information on the upgrade process, as well as pre and post activities.
For those of you already looking ahead, join the Insiders program. We will continue to ship new builds of Windows Server that will first land on the next Semi-Annual Channel and later in the next Long-Term Servicing Channel.