This video compares the strengths of the Long-Term Service Channel and the Semi-Annual release cadence of Windows Server, and explores their roles in production environments.
- [Instructor] This course has been about…Windows Server 2019, the latest release…in the long-term service channel of Windows Server.…These long-term service releases have the advantage…of being supported by Microsoft…for several years rather than the 18-month lifecycle…of the semi-annual releases.…But these long-term releases benefit greatly…from the semi-annual release channel.…Improvements to the subsystem for Linux,…Storage Spaces Direct, containers,…and many other server components have been developed…and deployed in these semi-annual releases.…
The community of administrators, developers,…and DevOps then have the opportunity to weigh in on whether…or not the features are meeting their needs…and expectations before these various features…from all the semi-annual releases get rolled up…and added into the next long-term release,…like Windows Server 2019.…The difference between the long-term service release…and the semi-annual channel give different opportunities.…
You may choose to keep all of your production servers…
AuthorScott M Burrell
- Roles and features
- Upgrades and migration
- Defender and Firewall
- Windows Admin Center
- Planning sites and services
- Environments: hybrid cloud hyper-converged
- Identity and access roles
- Staying up to date
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Getting Started
2. Management and Administration
3. Windows Server Environments
4. Storage Solutions
5. Identity and Access Roles
7. Going Forward
Windows Insider program4m 2s
Next steps1m 18s
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