Windows Server 2019 Essentials
Windows Server 2019 Essentials is the cloud-ready operating system that supports your current workloads while introducing new technologies that make it easy to transition to cloud computing when you are ready. It is ideal for small businesses.
Ideal for small businesses
Windows Server 2019 Essentials Edition is a cloud-connected first server system that is ideal for small businesses with no more than 25 users and 50 devices.
2019 Essentials is an excellent option for customers currently using the Foundation edition, which is not available with Windows Server 2019.
New features of Windows Server 2019 Essentials
Some of the new features integrated with Windows Server 2019 Essentials include:
Azure Virtual NetworkEasy transition to cloud computing
Larger Deployments SupportIncreases the manageability of
domains, users, and devices
Azure Site Recovery Services
When a virtual machine that is protected from threats stops working, or the host
server that it all runs on fails, Azure Site Recovery Services allows users to maintain
business continuity until the virtual machine or host server on-premises is repaired and made
Real time replication Azure Site Recovery Services allows a
replication of your virtual machines (VM) to be done in real time
Sending VM image in backup vaultAzure Site Recovery Services sends a
replication of your virtual machines (VM) to a backup vault in Azure
If your server or site goes down due to faulty hardware or another failure, you can fail-over with Azure Site Recovery so that the virtual machine image stored in your backup vault will be provisioned as a running VM in Microsoft Azure.
Combined with an Azure Virtual Network, client PCs that previously connected to the server on-premises will connect to the server running in Azure.
|INSTALLATION METHOD||Digital Download|
|ESTIMATED DELIVERY TIME||5 - 7 Business Days|
|USERS SUPPORTED||1 Admin User|
|DEVICES SUPPORTED||1 Server|
|INSTALLATIONS SUPPORTED||1 Server Installation|
|LICENSED USE||Licensed for Home and Commercial Use|
|MANUFACTURER PART NUMBER||G3S-01259|
Compare Windows Server 2019 Editions
We are Dynamics ERP Partner and evaluatinng Microsoft Windows Server 2019 Essentials - Open License since it's initial release. Actual we are running 3 Development Systems on Windows Server 2019. One with Dynamics AX 2012 R3 Cu12 and SQL Server 2016 Enterprise Edition. Although Dynamics AX 2012 R3 ist acutally not officially supported on Server 2019 we didn't experience any issues. The two other Systems are Dynamics NAV 2016 and NAV 2017 installations. One is for Demonstration purpose, the other is for development on a customer Project. Again, we didn't experience any Problems on this Systems. The user Feedback is also quite good. Our developers and Consultants easily adopted to the new Version of Windows Server. One of the System is running one a physical box, the other two Systems virtualized on HyperV (based on Server 2016)
I appreciate the applications ability to manage my server farm at work. I will enjoy the ability to be able to manage everything securely from anywhere. I also makes disaster management a breeze. I look forward to seeing that I can do with it at home on the entertainment side of things. I love the direction MSFT has been going since 2012 with the server side OS. With Microsoft Windows Server 2019 Essentials - Open License its only getting better. I am currently working on certifying this image as our standard for my company. We hope to make it our default offering by May 2017. I also like how 3rd party vendors have picked up their support for 2019 quicker than past Operating Systems.
I have been using Microsoft Server 2016 for years and must say that sometimes that it was snappy, at least that is until I installed Microsoft Windows Server 2019 Essentials - Open License. You can clearly tell that the engineers put a lot of focus into compute power when designing this. I also makes disaster management a breeze. I look forward to seeing that I can do with it at home on the entertainment side of things.
Azure Virtual Network
Move an organization to the cloud
As organizations transfer their workloads to cloud computing, they seldom move all of their resources all at once. They instead move some resources to the cloud and keep some on the premises. It's much easier to move an organization to the cloud in stages over time. Azure Virtual Network integration provides the network infrastructure that makes that process seamless and manageable.
Larger Deployments Support
Some medium-sized businesses need more functionality and capacity to implement
Windows Server Essentials.