Windows Server 2022 Released to Public
With very little public fanfare, Microsoft has made its next release of Windows Server, known as Windows Server 2022, available to mainstream users. Windows Server 2022, which Microsoft has been developing for the past year-plus, is a Long Term Servicing Channel (LTSC) release and includes several new features.
This release brings with it advanced multi-layer security, hybrid capabilities with Azure, and a flexible platform to modernize applications with containers.
Advanced multi-layer security
With a growing number of cyber-security threats and the impact of incidents escalating quickly, we know security is a top priority for our customers. Windows Server 2022 includes new security capabilities like secured-core server and secure connectivity. Secured-core server brings powerful threat protection together to provide multi-layer security across hardware, firmware, and the operating system.
Hybrid Capabilities with Azure Cloud
Microsoft are bringing new capabilities that enable customers to take advantage of cloud innovation with their on-premises investments. Azure Arc enables customers to manage, secure, and govern Windows Server on-premises, at the edge, or in multi-cloud environments from a single control pane.
Other features include several platform improvements for Windows Containers, including application compatibility and the Windows Container experience with Kubernetes. A major improvement reducing the Windows Container image sizelead leading to faster download time and better performance.
To find out how you can improve your security posture and take advantage of the performance improvements Windows Server 2022.
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