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Where can you learn more about Windows 2019? Attend the November 8th Live Webinar with MS MVP Andy Syrewicze

October 29, 2018 Leave a comment Go to comments

Windows Server 2019 is the operating system that bridges on-premises environments with Azure, adding additional layers of security while helping you modernise your applications and infrastructure:

  •  Hybrid capabilities with Azure. Extend your datacentre to Azure to maximise your investments and gain new hybrid capabilities.
  •  Advanced multilayer security. Elevate your security posture by protecting the datacentre, starting with the operating system.
  •  Faster innovation for applications. Enable the creation of cloud-native apps, and modernise traditional apps using containers and microservices.
  • Unprecedented hyper-converged infrastructure. Evolve your datacentre infrastructure to achieve greater efficiency and security.

Where can you learn more about Windows 2019?

Demo webinars are a great way to see a product in action before you decide to take the plunge yourself. It enables you to see the strengths and weaknesses first-hand and also ask questions that might relate specifically to your own environment.

Altaro - live Demo Webinar - Windows Server 2019 In Action -1200x628-no-cta[1]With that in mind there is a webinar scheduled to be presented live twice on November 8th by Microsoft MVP Andy Syrewicze to help you learn more about the new Windows 2019 features. The first session is at 2pm CET/8am EST/5am PST and the second is at 7pm CET/1pm EST/10am PST.

To note: With the record number of attendees for the last webinar, some people were unable to attend the sessions which were maxed out. It is advised you save your seat early for this webinar to keep informed and ensure you don’t miss the live event.

Save your seat: https://goo.gl/xEKQzP

This deep-dive webinar will focus on:

  • Windows Admin Center
  • Containers on Windows Server
  • Storage Migration Service
  • Windows Subsystem for Linux
  • And more!
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