New Roadmap Fewer Editions More Security
For more than 20 years, Windows Server has been Microsoft's on-prem platform for delivering IT infrastructure and applications. Companies have become accustomed to receiving an upgrade every three to four years, and with it, the latest server technologies. However, version 2022 shows that this legacy is coming to an end.
Windows Server has developed into a leading virtualization platform since version 2008, thanks to the integrated hypervisor. There have also been major advances in remote desktop services and, since Server 2016, in the features to provide hyperconverged infrastructures.
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