Windows Server 2019 Datacenter Features
Windows Server 2019 Datacenter is a great version for a large business with a focus on cloud-native storage systems. The features that come with the software will make your investment worthwhile. Get more flexibility and control over your data center while you lower the costs with software-defined compute, storage, and networking. You can run your data center with an automated and resilient operating system and gain access to many of the same cloud-efficient features found in Microsoft Azure data centers.
Windows Server 2019 Datacenter also offers a variety of enhanced features to keep your business secure, including virtual network encryption, offline mode for shielded VMs, and enhanced Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP), which provides preventative protection, attack detection, and zero-day exploit capabilities. These are just some of the ways you’ll find Microsoft Windows Server 2019 advances your company’s security.
Windows Server 2019 Datacenter is a cloud-compatible server operating system available to support current workloads and brings a number of new, enhanced features to make the advancing steps to utilize the cloud a lot easier for its users, as well as improve previously already available to use tools.
Let us take a look at an extended list of Windows Server 2019 Datacenter features!
All in one
Being the most powerful and most comprehensive version of the line, Windows Server 2019 Datacenter naturally carries all the pre-existing features that Standard users enjoy, along with many more finishing touches.
The most basic difference lies in the number of containers allowed in the system. While the Standard version offers only 2 containers, there is no limit for the Datacenter version, so theoretically, you can use as many containers as you want, so long as the hardware can support it.
Choose between Desktop Experience and Server Core
This is one of the most talked about features in Windows Server 2019 which affects how Datacenter works as well. Microsoft includes Desktop Experience with Windows Server 2019. Similarly to the previously released Windows Server 2016, when you start setting up your operating system, you have the option to choose between either having your system with Server Core installations or choose Server with Desktop Experience installations. Server Core has been a part of Microsoft ever since Windows 2008 was released.
More secure system
Security is among the brightest spotlights for Windows Server 2019, but Datacenter takes it up a notch. System security has been enhanced with improvements to the Advanced Threat Protection's deep platform sensors. Response actions now expose memory and kernel level attacks and either suppress the malicious files or terminates malicious processes.
In Datacenter, you can also take advantage of the Shielded Virtual Machines feature. This certain security protocol will protect all Hyper-V virtual machines from unauthorized access or tampering from external sources, adding a strong virtual wall to your server.
Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection Exploit Guard
With Windows Server 2019 Datacenter you have access to a new set of host-intrusion prevention tools. The components of this feature have been developed and designed to lock down a device against a wide variety of threats, detect and block behaviors used in common malware attacks, and enables you to balance the risk of security and productivity requirements.
No more limited storage
If storage features limit in the Standard version gets on your nerve, then Datacenter will certainly dispel that annoyance. There is no storage limit for features like Storage Spaces Direct, or Storage Replica, allowing you to tweak the system to its fullest.
Storage Migration Service
Storage Migration Service, also called SMS, is a new role added into Windows Server 2019. It is a job-based orchestration and proxy, which allows you inventory existing for server data, security and network settings, as well as the migration of that data to a new, modern target by using the SMB protocol.
Azure Network Adapter
Windows Admin Center now lets you use a one-click feature to quickly and greatly configure a point-to-site VPN connection between a Windows Server that is on-premises, and an Azure Virtual Network. This makes the configuration for the Azure Virtual Network gateway automatic, as well as the configuration of the on-premises VPN client.
More features to love
- • Run current applications on a secure, software-defined fabric
- • Move existing containers
- • Build cloud and hybrid apps
- • Storage Spaces Direct
- • Security with Software Defined Networking (SDN)
- • Branch office improvements
- • Linux support, Linux containers on Windows
- • Troubleshoot your shielded virtual machines
- • Failover Clustering improved with Cluster sets, Azure-aware clusters, Cross-domain cluster migration and more
- • Improved integrated identity
… and a lot more!
When you choose to purchase Microsoft Windows Server 2019 Datacenter from us, you can enjoy a server-based operating system. Take advantage of the cloud-native applications for cloud storage, as well as the multi-layered security to ensure there will be no data loss nor compromise. High level of customization and technical support from the infrastructure is unmatched in competitor server operating systems, making Windows Server 2019 Datacenter the best solution.