In this entry-level Microsoft skills training, Garth Schulte helps learners install, configure, and maintain the newest Windows Server version —- Server 2019.
Windows Server 2019 is the same steady platform except its now browser-based and has a few new features, like Windows Admin Center, System Insights, Storage Migration Service, and Server Core App Compatibility.
There likely won’t be an MCSA: Server 2019 since Microsoft has moved to role-based certifications. Instead, Microsoft will probably roll up the Server 2019 exam objectives into a role-based infrastructure certification. However, this Server 2019 training is still valuable for systems administrators working with the latest version of Windows Server.
After finishing this Windows Server 2019 training, you'll know how to upgrade to Windows Server 2019, and then configure and administer your systems infrastructure. This training has a number of virtual labs pre-loaded with Server 2019. Even if you’re not planning to make the switch right away, you can still poke around the latest version of Windows Server.
For managers with Microsoft products, this Microsoft training can be used to onboard new systems administrators, curated into individual or team training plans, or as a Microsoft reference resource.