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Microsoft-windows-server-2019 New-Features

 windows server 2019is that latest windows server operating system till date and provides the best windows server  operating system for cloud solutions and provides the best integration with Azure  when compared to windows server 2016.

The current version of windows server 2019 improves on the previous windows 2016 version in regards with better performance, improved security. better hyper-convergence and outstanding optimizations for hybrid integration.

New Features in windows server 2019

Hybrid cloud option:

windows 2019 server support Hybrid Cloud, Both on-premise and cloud solutions work together option.

the cloud solution can work simultaneously with the on-premise version.

New Features in windows server 2019

Storage Migration Service:

storage Migration is a new feature/tool that helps migrate date from the legacy plat from to the new 2019 plat from.

storage Migration services supports migrating data all the way from windows server 2023 to windows server 2019.

it enables the inventory and migration of data, security and  configurations  from your existing system to either windows server 2019 or Azure,  or both.

system insights

1. it is a analytics feature that provides local predictive capabilities to analyze system data and performance. we can check the status of latency storage, cluster CPU and iOS (input/ output operations per second) in real-time.

Shielded VNs for Linux

1. windows server 209 supports shielded VMs for Linux, in shielded Vims an extra layer of security is added to protect Linux VMs from malicious attacks.

2.with windows server 2016  Hyper-V, shielded VMs were only available for Windows.

Linux containers on windows

1. now we can run and manage windows and Linux containers on the same environment. Reduces management overhead by allowing management of booth windows and linux applications residing in the same environment.

Azure network adaptor
1. the Azure network adapter automates the creation of a vpn tunnel between on-premises windows server 2019 and a cloud-based azure environment and used to  connects to Azure virtual networks

.Persistent Memory

1. windows server 2019provides support for persistent memory provides byte level access to non-volatile memory to improve performance and offers reduced latency in data storage and retrieval.

2.virtual network peering 
it provides high-speed connectivity between two virtual  networks belonging to the same datacenter.

3. with this new Technology Trafick between the virtual networks does not need to traverse a gateway, but instead simply is communicated between the underlying fabric.

cluster sets

A cluster set is a group  of multiple failover cluster that are cluster together.

cluster sets are a new technology introduced with windows server 2019 that allows you to have large scale-out sets of cluster. think of cluster sets a cluster of clusters.

Enhanced windows Defender Advanced Threat protection(ATP)

ATP is a new set of security contained in windows server 2019. it includes a new set of host intrusion prevention capabilities such as preventative protection, attack detection, and zero-day exploits.

precision time protocol (PTP) with leap second

percision Time protocol (PTP) is new time keeping protocol enables network device into the timing measurements.

windows server 2019 even introduces supports for leap second
(occasional 1-second additions to UTC to adjust as earths  rotation slows) increases accuracy compliance, and traceability.

Improved Storage Spaces Direct

1. Storage spaces Direct is Microsoft's software defined solution for HVL(Hyper-converged infrastructure)deployments.

2. it allows making use of local storage in each windows server and aggregating the storage together for a distributed storage system that can be used for virtual machines.

Faster sdn (software-Defined Networking) gateways

windows server 2019 provides leaps and bounds better performance  for SDN gateways.

it boasts improvements up to 3x for GRE tunnels and IPSec site-to-site VPN.

Encrypted Subnets/Virtual Network (Vnet) Encryption

.Virtual network encryption Provides the ability for the virtual  network traffic to be encrypted between Vims that communicate with each other within subnets.

HGS(Host Guardian services) offline Mode for shielded VMs

Another new feature with windows server 2019 is that ability to have offline mode for shielded VMs.

offline mode allows shielded VNs to turn on when HGS cannot be reached.

server core features on demand

Features on Demand (FOD) significantly improve the app compatibility of windows server core by including a set of binaries and packages from Windows server with Desktop without adding any of the windows server Desktop GUI

Nano Server Role Changes

windows server 2016 included a new server role know as Nano server  which was primarily a headless OS  meant for use as a host OS  for Hyper-V

The Nano Server in windows 2016 can be installed on bare metal (type 1 Hypervisor).

The windows server 2019 Nano server role can be used only with containers' rather than bare meta



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