It’s been sometime since I last deployed Windows Server in a corporate environment, and it looks like Windows Server 2022 is now generally available. Some of the notable updates include multi-layered security and Hybrid capabilities with Azure.
According to Bernardo Caldas Microsoft Windows Server Blog:
Today, we are announcing the general availability of Windows Server 2022. It’s a big step forward for the operating system that is trusted by major corporations and small businesses alike to run their business and mission-critical workloads.
With Windows Server 2022, customers can continue to securely run their workloads, enable new hybrid cloud scenarios, and modernize their applications to meet evolving business requirements. Let’s dive into the new technical capabilities of Windows Server 2022 and how customers can take advantage of these to modernize their server environment.
I’ll be taking it for a test drive, in the homelab. I really want to see how the platform has evolved since Windows Sever 2012. Be sure to also check out the Windows Server Summit taking place online Sept 16, 2021 to learn more about Windows Server 2022.
What version of Windows Server are you currently running? Are you excited for Windows Server 2022? Will you be upgrading to this version this year? Let me know in Twitter and thanks for reading.