Windows Server 2019 Standard - 16 Additional Processor Core Add On License
Cloud-Ready When You Are: Bridge on-premises and the Cloud with Windows Server 2019
While cloud services are essential to digital transformation enriching customer experiences through the latest artificial intelligence capabilities and scaling apps globally many organizations also want to drive innovation at the edge, starting in their datacenters.
Making this work requires a connected experience across the cloud and edge and a consistent set of experiences for security, containers, and management.
Server 2019 helps grow your business and extend Cloud operations from a position of strength
Server 2019 also maximizes your existing investments and builds on Windows Server security, app innovation, and Hyper-Converged Infrastructure capabilities to help you bridge your on-premises investments to the cloud.
Get the most out of Windows Server 2019
Windows Server 2019 is the operating system that bridges on-premises environments with Azure, adding additional layers of security while helping you modernize your applications and infrastructure.
- Hybrid Capabilities With Azure
Extend your datacenter to Azure to maximize your investments and gain new hybrid capabilities
- Advanced Multilayer Security
Elevate your security posture by protecting the datacenter, starting with the operating system
- Faster Innovation For Applications
Enable the creation of cloud-native apps, and modernize traditional apps using containers and microservices
- Unprecedented Hyper-Converged Infrastructure
Evolve your datacenter infrastructure to achieve greater efficiency and security
Seamless Hybrid Operations
Many existing applications can move fast to cloud. In most cases, however, organizations will need to manage multiple environments. Rather than piece together a custom solution, professionals can turn to Windows Server 2019 and existing skills and knowledge to extend datacenters to the cloud. Plus, they can use the same technologies to manage and secure it all.
Unique Hybrid Capabilities
- Extend datacenter to the cloud
Only Microsoft offers consistent hybrid services, including a common identity platform with Active Directory, a common data platform built on SQL Server technologies, and hybrid management and security
- Add Built-in Hybrid Management Capabilities
Windows Admin Center delivers an elegant, browser-based view of Windows Server workloads running on-premises and in Azure. Easily connect Windows Server deployments to Azure services and use natively integrated services such as Azure Backup and Azure Site Recovery without disrupting applications and infrastructure.
Privacy and compliance concerns are some reasons organizations choose to keep data on-premises. Safeguard intellectual assets with enhanced protections made possible by Microsoft’s annual security investment of $1 billion and broader support for Linux.
- Manage privileged identities
Many breaches can be prevented by protecting administrator credentials. Windows Server 2019 ensure that all apps and system components have just enough access privilege
- Secure the operating system
Discover and address security breaches with integrated Windows Defender Advanced Threat Detection. Help prevent host intrusion with Windows Defender Exploit Guard, which locks down devices against attack vectors and blocks behaviors commonly used in malware attacks
- Secure fabric virtualization
Protect VM workloads from unauthorized access, with Shielded Virtual Machines for Windows Server or Linux workloads. Protect network traffic with the flip of a switch with Encrypted Subnets
Faster App Innovation
Container technologies in Windows Server 2019 help IT pros and developers collaborate as part of a DevOps approach to deliver applications faster. You can also deliver container benefits to existing apps with minimal code changes by moving apps from virtual machines to containers.
- Modernize apps faster with container support
Windows Server 2019 delivers a smaller Server Core container image for speedier download and offers enhanced support for compute, storage, and networking of Kubernetes clusters and the Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform
- Improve Linux operations
Building on previous support to run Linux and Windows containers side by side, Windows Server 2019 reduces complexity by enabling developers to use standard tools such as Open SSH, Curl, and Tar
Unprecedented hyper-converged scale
Hyper-converged features introduced in Windows Server 2016 helped changed the way IT pros scaled storage and compute, and technology in Windows Server 2019 enhances these capabilities for faster time to value.
- Microsoft-validated solutions ready to go
Use turnkey Hyper-Converged Infrastructure solutions from your preferred hardware partner participating in the Windows Server Software Defined (WSSD) program
- Get industry leading performance
Configurations are optimized for each partner’s hardware and focus on performance, capacity, or a balanced approach
- Simplified management
Simplify daily management of HCI deployments with Windows Admin Center, an elegant, lightweight browser-based, locally deployed platform that brings together your resources for visibility and action
The Windows Server Promise: Supporting You Wherever You Are
Organizations that need faster access to new features and capabilities typically choose the Semi-Annual Channel as the servicing option versus the more traditional Long-Term Servicing Channel (LTSC).
The Semi-Annual Channel offers a release every six months, with 18 months of support. Each release will build on the prior one and add new capabilities. In contrast, LTSC offers releases every two to three years, and includes five years of mainstream support and five years of extended support. Semi-Annual Channel capabilities are eventually rolled into a future Long-Term Servicing Channel release.
The Semi-Annual Channel works well for customers that are innovating quickly in applications, particularly those built on containers and microservices architectures, plus customers moving to a software-defined hybrid datacenter. If you don’t have Software Assurance active for your Windows Server licenses, you can use the Semi-Annual Channel images available in the Azure marketplace or images provided by your cloud service provider.
This Microsoft Server 2019 add on license is Designed and Sold to add up to 16 additional Cores to an existing 16 Core License, not included. This expands the initial Server 2019 License from 16 to 32 Physical Processor Cores.
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