Windows Server 2019 Datacenter

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Product Information

Users Supported:Unlimited
Dispatch:by E-mail
Manufacturer Part Number:9EA-01044
Installations Supported:Unlimited
Supported Devices:Unlimited

System requirements

ProcessorMinimum: 1.4 GHz 64-bit processor Compatible with x64 instruction set Supports NX and DEP Supports CMPXCHG16b, LAHF/SAHF, and PrefetchW Supports Second Level Address Translation (EPT or NPT)
Hard diskMinimum: 32 GB
MemoryMinimum: 512 MB (2 GB for Server with Desktop Experience installation option) ECC (Error Correcting Code) type or similar technology, for physical host deployments
Displaymonitor capable of Super VGA (1024 x 768) or higher-resolution

Windows Server 2019 Datacenter

Windows Server 2019 Datacenter

With the DataCenter edition of Windows Server 2019, the Redmond-based software company builds on the power of Windows Server 2016 to help large enterprises create a robust network structure. The new version includes numerous improvements and exclusive features. The server operating system offers particular benefits for companies that buy Windows Server 2019 DataCenter and want to use it in a "hybrid cloud scenario". Part of the overall package is, among other things, the better connection to Microsoft Azure through the use of the browser-based tool "Project Honolulu".

Greater security in Windows Server 2019

Security is still a big issue in the server space. With Windows Server 2019 DataCenter, Microsoft again responds to current threats from the World Wide Web and improves its server operating system at various points. The interaction with Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection will be of particular interests to users in this regard. This protection mechanism specialises in detecting threats without signature files, using cloud connectivity to provide adequate protection against rootkits and zero-day attacks, which are not recognised by conventional virus scanners. The encryption, which includes network traffic and virtual machines (VMs), is more comfortable and better.

Express updates and better integration with Microsoft Azure

Windows Server 2019 DataCenter users also benefit from Microsoft's Express updates, which might be recognised from the Windows 10 desktop operating system. The great advantage is that the new Express updates are significantly smaller than the delta updates, which have been standard for Windows Server up to now. Not only does the Express update, which works similarly to subsequent backups, speed up the process of downloading and installing, it also reduces the number of server restarts required.

The new version is also characterised by closer integration with Microsoft Azure. This, in turn, opens up new possibilities for Windows Server 2019 DataCenter users, such as simplified file synchronisation, backup via Azure Backup, or populating file servers with Azure Files from the cloud. In addition to connecting clusters to Microsoft Azure, there is also the option of backing up data in the cloud with the Storage Migration Assistant.

Another new feature is the improved virtualisation of Linux servers in Windows Server 2019 and their safeguarding with "shielded VMs", which was previously only possible with Windows servers. In Windows Server 2019, our Windows Subsystem for Linux now integrates Linux distributions within the Windows installation. The benefit of this is that Linux servers can now also be conveniently managed from Windows servers with Linux commands.

The flexible licensing concept for large organisations

Organisations purchasing Windows Server 2019 DataCenter continue to benefit from a sophisticated licensing approach with the highest level of flexibility. As with the standard edition of Windows Server 2019, the DataCenter edition is also hardware-licensed via core licensing, including accessing devices and users. As with the predecessor version, the "8 core minimum" per processor and the "16 core minimum" per server still apply.