Windows Server 2019

The delay to the Windows 10 1809 release caused a hiccup in the Windows Server 2019 launch, which means that the Long Term Support Channel (LTSC) version of Windows Server is becoming available to organizations alongside the first preview of the next Semi Annual Channel (SAC). This shouldn’t be confusing to server admins, since the two channels are designed for different roles. The SAC releases preview features that will come to the slower-moving LTSC in the future, and many organizations will run them side by side.

Server 2019 shows the results of this cycle, with improvements to containers (including support for Linux containers on Windows Server) and the Windows Subsystem for Linux, added so that developers and operators alike can run the same Linux scripts and command-line utilities as on their Windows 10 desktop.

But this release is also the kind of major step forward you expect from the version of Windows Server that comes out every two to three years rather than every six months. There are major improvements in security, in hyperconverged infrastructure (especially around storage) and in hybrid cloud, whether that’s integrating with Azure services in your own infrastructure or running cloud application platforms with containers.

Course Objectives

After completing this course, students will be able to

  • Use administrative techniques and tools in Windows Server 2019.
    Implement identity Services.
  • Manage network infrastructure services.
  • Configure file servers and storage.
  • Manage virtual machines using Hyper-V virtualization and containers
  • Implement high availability and disaster recovery solutions.
  • Apply security features to protect critical resources.
  • Configure Remote Desktop Services.
  • Configure a virtual machine-based desktop infrastructure deployment.
  • Implement remote access and web services
  • Implement service monitoring and performance monitoring, and apply troubleshooting.
  • Perform upgrades and migration related to AD DS, and storage.

Target Audience

Course Pre-Requisites

  • Some exposure to and experience with Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) concepts and technologies in Windows Server 2012 or Windows Server 2016.
  • Experience and an understanding of core networking technologies such as IP addressing, name resolution, and Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP).
  • Experience working with and an understanding of Microsoft Hyper-V and basic server virtualization concepts.
  • An awareness of basic security best practices.
  • Experience working hands-on with Windows client operating systems such as Windows 8, Windows 8.1 or Windows 10
  • Basic experience with Windows PowerShell.

Course Duration

Fee10,000/=
TypeOffline/Online
Module14
Duration48 Hours
Session16
Per Class3.00 Hours

Details Course Outlines

Module-01

WINDOWS SERVER ADMINISTRATION OVERVIEW

Module-02

IDENTITY SERVICES IN WINDOWS SERVER

Module-03

NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES IN WINDOWS SERVER

Module-04

FILE SERVERS AND STORAGE MANAGEMENT IN WINDOWS SERVER

Module-05

HYPER-V VIRTUALIZATION AND CONTAINERS IN WINDOWS SERVER

Module-06

HIGH AVAILABILITY IN WINDOWS SERVER

Module-07

DISASTER RECOVERY IN WINDOWS SERVER

Module-08

WINDOWS SERVER SECURITY

Module-09

RDS IN WINDOWS SERVER

Module-10

REMOTE ACCESS AND WEB SERVICES IN WINDOWS SERVER

Module-11

SERVER AND PERFORMANCE MONITORING IN WINDOWS SERVER

Module-12

UPGRADE AND MIGRATION IN WINDOWS SERVER