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Plan your Windows Server 2012 and 2012 R2 End of Support 

Customers trust Windows Server to run their business-critical and mission-critical workloads. With feedback from customers, we are continuing to introduce new innovations for Windows Server workloads on Azure, on-premises, and at the edge. Recently, we announced Windows Server 2022 preview, which introduces advanced multi-layer security, hybrid capabilities, and enhancements to modernize applications with containers. Likewise,...Read more

Announcing Windows Server 2022—now in preview 

This post is authored by Bernardo Caldas, Vice President of Program Management, Core OS and Edge Infrastructure, Microsoft.  Today we are announcing that Windows Server 2022 is now in preview, the next release in our Long-Term Servicing Channel (LTSC), which will be generally available later this calendar year. It builds on Windows Server 2019, our...Read more

First update rollup for System Center 2019 released 

This blog post was authored by Vithalprasad Gaitonde, Principal PM Manager, System Center On March 14, 2019, Microsoft announced the availability of System Center 2019 for Windows Server 2019 to support management of Windows Server 2019 and a host of other new management capabilities. Today we are announcing that the first update rollup release (UR1)...Read more

Announcing the general availability of Windows Admin Center, version 1910 

This post is authored by Bernardo Caldas, Partner Director of Program Management, Windows Server.  Today, we’re announcing the general availability of Windows Admin Center, version 1910. Server admins already trust Windows Admin Center to manage more than 3 million servers, and with today’s release, we’re delivering new functionality to make it easier to remotely manage...Read more