Windows Server 2019 - Retail version | Software & License

Windows Server 2019 is the cloud-ready operating system from Microsoft and it builds on the strong foundation of Windows Server 2016. It bridges on-premises environments with Azure services, enabling hybrid scenarios that maximize existing investments. Increase security and reduce business risk with multiple layers of protection built into the operating system. Evolve your datacenter infrastructure to achieve greater efficiency and scale with Hyper-converged Infrastructure (HCI). Enable developers and IT pros to create cloud native applications and modernize their traditional apps using containers and micro-services. Finally, Microsoft Hyper-V Server can be fully managed by Windows Admin Center to provide a modern, remote management solution that integrates with Azure Backup, disaster recovery, and more.

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Build your business future with Windows Server 2019

Windows Server 2019 has three editions as their names imply, they are designed for organizations of different sizes, and with different virtualization and datacenter requirements. Windows Server 2019 Essentials perfectly suits the needs of a small infrastructure, while the Datacenter edition provides the widest range of functions among all the other server operating systems from Microsoft.

  • Windows Server 2019 Essentials - intended for companies up to and including 25 employees, memory-limited.

  • Windows Server 2019 Standard - intended for companies with more than 25 employees or more than 1 server to separate server roles.

  • Windows Server 2019 Datacenter - is mainly used for placing multiple virtual machines on a physical host.

Windows Server 2019 has the following new features:

  • Container services:

    • Support for Kubernetes (stable; v1.14)

    • Support for Tigera Calico for Windows

    • Linux containers on Windows

  • Storage:

    • Storage Spaces Direct

    • Storage Migration Service

    • Storage Replica

    • System Insights

  • Security:

    • Shielded Virtual Machines

    • Improved Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP)

  • Administration:

Web browser

Microsoft Edge did not support Server 2019 at release. Microsoft considers Internet Explorer 11 a "compatibility layer," not a browser. Edge added support in January 2020, but Server 2019 does not install it by default. Microsoft encourages server and enterprise users to install Edge.

Storage Migration and Storage Replica

Storage Migration Service is a wizard-based technology that makes it easier to migrate servers to a newer version of Windows Server or into Microsoft Azure, without reconfiguring applications or users.

Storage Replica is now available in Windows Server 2019 Standard with certain limitations - compared to the full capability in Windows Server 2019 Datacenter. Test failover is a unique feature that allows mounting of destination storage to validate replication or backup data without failing over.

Hybrid Cloud and Security

Windows Server 2019 offers system insights, bringing local analytics capabilities and providing high-accuracy predictions to help turn reactive management into proactive care for your on-premises Windows Servers.

The on-demand Server Core app significantly improves the app compatibility of the Windows Server Core installation option.

Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP)1 provides access to deep kernel and memory sensors bolstered by Azure's massive security resources, helping to improve proactive security and to reduce exposure while enabling swift response actions on Windows Server 2019 endpoints.

Reduce the risk of security breaches with support for shielded Linux® VMs, expanding the range of operating systems that Windows Server can protect in a virtualized environment.

Windows Administration Center and Azure Integration

Windows Server 2019 introduces the freely downloadable Windows Administration Center which is the modern, browser-based evolution of inbox management tools such as Server Manager and Microsoft Management Console (MMC).

Everything from integrating initial configuration to managing cloud-based services is included to enable ongoing business continuity and security with Azure cloud services such as Azure Backup, Azure File Sync and Azure Site Recovery.

Windows Administration Center serves as the on-ramp for on-premises machines that use Azure services. It is separate from the Azure portal, which is used for management, monitoring, and configuration after the initial setup flow.

Windows Administration Center can restore and perform actions against recovery points. It also serves as the simplified, wizard-driven user interface for the Windows Server 2019 Storage Migration Service to migrate server workloads from legacy Windows Servers to a modern Windows Server 2019 machine.

You can continue to use the Azure portal to manage servers at scale across Azure's wide and growing range of cloud services and view aggregated information for monitoring jobs and alerts using deep links.

Microsoft® AMD Pilot Program

This program delivers the most economical and energy efficient single and dual socket HPE ProLiant platforms for Windows Server® 2019 at reduced OS licensing cost on high core count systems. Available for a limited time with launch on August 3rd, 2020 and program end on June 30th, 2021.

Only on platforms with AMD EPYC™ ‘Rome’ processors with more than 32 cores per processor. Another great option for Virtualization / Hyper Converged Infrastructure (Microsoft Azure Stack HCI based on Windows Server 2019 Datacenter) and Multipurpose use (Windows Server 2019 Standard).

Get ready for a powerful combination of an HPE ProLiant DL325 or HPE ProLiant DL385 Gen10 / Gen10 Plus server with AMD EPYC™ ‘Rome’ Processor with 48 or 64 Cores and Windows Server 2019 Standard or Datacenter – use all cores, but license only 32 cores per CPU.

System requirements

The following are estimated system requirements Windows Server 2019. If your computer has less than the "minimum" requirements, you will not be able to install this product correctly. Actual requirements will vary based on your system configuration and the applications and features you install. Unless otherwise specified, these minimum system requirements apply to all installation options (Server Core, Server with Desktop Experience, and Nano Server) and both Standard and Datacenter editions.

Processor requirements:

  • A minimum of 1.4 GHz 64-bit EMT64 or AMD64 processor. Quad Core Recommended for production systems.

  • Support for security features like NX Bit and DEP (Data Execution Prevention)

  • The processor should support CMPXCHG16b, LAHF/SAHF, and PrefetchWNeeds

  • Needs to Support EPT or NPT (Second Level Address Translation)

Disk Space:

For Core installation, a minimum Disk Space of 32 GB is required. Additional 4 GB is necessary for GUI installation.

Disk Space Capacity Planning:

Microsoft Support recommends the following:

  • 3 times the RAM size limited up to 32 GB. Which means 96 GB (32×3 = 96 GB)

  • Additional disk space of 10-12 GB for additional roles and features installed based on server roles. For 32 GB Systems with GUI (96 + 12 = 108 GB)

  • Additional 10 GB is required for Windows Updates. So, 108 GB +10 GB = 118 GB for 32 GB Systems.

  • 10 GB extra space for miscellaneous files and logs (Perfmon, Server Trace, etc.) (128 GB for 32 GB Systems)

  • Any Disk Space requirements for applications that are installed on the OS partition are additional. For example SQL, Exchange, SharePoint MS-CRM, etc.

Disk Controller:

  • Needs to be a PCI Express Compliant Disk Controller.

  • ATA/PATA/IDE/EIDE are not supported for either boot, page, or data.

RAM (Random Access memory) Requirements:

  • 512 MB ECC supported Memory Modules

  • 800 MB for VM Installations, post-installation, reduce RAM to 512 MB.

Optional System Requirements Features:

  • Support of UEFI 2.3.1c-based system and firmware with support for secure boot

  • Trusted Platform Module

  • Graphics Accelerator device and monitor, capable of SVGA (1024 x 768) minimum. 1080 p monitors or higher-resolution recommended.

  • Input devices such as a Keyboard and Microsoft® mouse (or other compatible pointing devices)

  • Internet access to download Windows Updates where the tenant is managing the updates.

Network Requirements:

  • Minimum a Gigabit Ethernet adapter with 1 Gbps throughput.

  • Needs to be PCI Express Compliant hardware.

  • Support for Pre-boot Execution Environment (PXE). As you may know, Wireless Devices cannot be used to boot from the network.

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