Microsoft Windows Server 2019 Standard - 16 Core
Launch your business to new heights with Windows Server 2019
Ready to boost your business to all-new heights? Start with a launching pad that can handle big payloads. With Windows Server 2019, your business will benefit from next-level speeds and storage capacity, stay protected with built-in data recovery services, and achieve greater efficiency and scalability.
Not Just Efficient - Versatile
Get the power to run server and storage needs at the same time.
Help reduce overhead by managing apps within a single environment.
Easily scale to meet market changes.
Engineered For The Future
Help reduce operational expenses with the power of predictive analytics.
Maximize existing investments by extending your datacenter to the cloud.
Be ready for the future with hybrid on-premises and cloud capabilities.
With Windows Server 2019 Standard, users gain access to features such as server virtualization, storage, software-defined networking, web application platforms, server management and automation, information protection, virtual desktops, and much more.
Be more efficient with a software-defined datacenter
Increase efficiency and agility with a software-defined datacenter. Solve your operational and budgetary challenges. Blend physical and virtual infrastructures together through software-defined compute, storage, and networking technologies.
Bring flexibility and control to your datacenter
Bring flexibility and control to your datacenter while lowering costs with software-defined compute, storage, and networking. Run your datacenter with an automated and resilient operating system, and access many of the same cloud-efficient features found in Microsoft Azure datacenters.
Build cloud and hybrid apps.
Combine the benefits of containers with Nano server, Azure Service Fabric, and Windows Server for true business agility in cloud-native apps. Create microservices applications using fewer and compressed resources. Develop faster using the lightweight Nano Server installation option. And use Service Fabric to build always-on, scalable, and distributed applications to run in Azure, on-premises, or both.
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