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    wullieb1
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    biggles77
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    #606466

    WOW, Server 2019 can launch space rockets, at least that’s what I assume (ass u me:-) from the linked to page.  But how different is it really from Server 2016?  Anything exceptional added?

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    wullieb1
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    #606837

    I haven’t really delved into it yet, haven’t had the time really, but on the face of it very similar.

    Wonder if this should have been the Server 2016 R2 release :) :) :)

    Mary Jo Foley
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    #609378

    Here’s a starting point for comparing features across the different versions of Windows Server (in case it’s of use): https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/cloud-platform/windows-server-comparison

     

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    Aidan Finn
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    @biggles77 If you’re doing/considering Storage Spaces Direct or Containers on Windows, then there are big improvements. There are some migration and Azure/hybrid improvements too. Other than that, it’s small stuff. I think this is what you should expect from now on – improvements will be at the application layer because the OS and hypervisor are “good enough” now – in my opinion.

    JeremyW
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    Aidan, do you think Windows 2019 will make it easier to spec out and deploy S2D? Windows 2016 made the process difficult if one doesn’t go with the vendor prebuilt options, IMO.

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    Dumber
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    To me, the focus on 2019 is more azure connected. It’s not a requirement but the possible integration seems to be easier…

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