Microsoft's promised secured-core servers, running Windows Server and Azure Stack HCI, are available for purchase.
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Microsoft's next version of Windows Server, designated as a Long Term Servicing Channel Release, is now available to customers.
Microsoft is dropping its Windows Server Semi-Annual Channel updates and moving to a new model with only Windows Server LTSC releases coming once every two to three years.
Microsoft is providing a list of features coming in its next Windows Server LTSC release, due out later this calendar year.
We already knew Microsoft was working to bring Arm-powered servers for internal use to its cloud datacenters. But what and when will this mean anything to its customers?
Microsoft has released a new test build of Windows Server 'vNext' and has also shared a list of features in it. Test build 20201 is for a version of Server that will be designated as LTSC.
Microsoft's first test build of Windows Server 20H1 includes some new VM tool and Azure integration functionality, plus more updates to the Windows Admin Center.
The Windows Server complement to the Windows 10 May 2019 update, a k a Server 1903, is available for download. Here's what's new.
Microsoft's System Center 2012 Service Pack 1 is an important one, as far as service packs go. It figures into the management story for Windows RT and Windows Phone 8 devices.
Microsoft's Server and Tools Business currently includes six separate $1 billion businesses -- and possibly more to come.