Microsoft upcoming Windows Server 2019 preview now available

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Upcoming Windows Server 2019 preview

Microsoft windows servers has a special brand name in server operating systems. Now, the tech mammoth announces the upcoming Windows Server 2019 preview, now it’s available.

In the upcoming Windows server 2019, Microsoft majorly focuses on improving hybrid cloud, security, application platform, and Microsoft hyper-converged infrastructure. However, Microsoft hybrid cloud support for workloads that use both local resources and edge computing for AI or integration with the IoT.

Windows Server 2019 supports Project Honolulu

Also, the Windows Server 2019 supports Project Honolulu, a web-based management interface for Windows Server that replaces the older Microsoft Management Console (MMC).

upcoming windows server 2019 preview
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The Windows server 2019 can also receive a long-term service cannel (LTSC), implies it can get security updates for the following decade. Security improvements include support for Shielded Virtual machines while running Linux, encrypted networks, better troubleshooting support, and embedded Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP).

Windows Subsystem for Linux

New Application Platform upgrades include a sharp drop in Server Core container size, beta help and improvements for Kubernetes clusters, and unspecified improvements to the Windows Subsystem for Linux. However, the Windows Subsystem will help Linux users to run existing Linux contents utilizing industry standards like OpenSSH, Curl, and Tar.

Other, Hyper-converged infrastructure, an IT framework that reduces complexity and improve management by using Project Honolulu as well.

According to Microsoft, Windows Server 2019 may available in the second half of this year. However, the company not reveal any details, such as pricing. Wes Miller, an analyst for Directions on Microsoft, believes the price of windows server 2019 can push customers towards depending more on Microsoft’s cloud platform, Azure.