Wednesday, October 3rd, 2018
Webinar presented live twice
Session 1: 2pm CEST - 8am EDT - 5am PDT
Session 2: 7pm CEST - 1pm EDT - 10am PDT
Windows Server 2019 is finally upon us and Microsoft has delivered.
In this webinar, you’ll get a full grasp of the staggering amount of improvements and updates included in the brand new OS. Plus, we’ll take a closer look at some standout features that will have the biggest impact to organizations looking to upgrade to Window Server 2019.
Discover what’s new in Windows Server 2019 from Microsoft MVPs Andy Syrewicze and Rob Corradini, alongside former Microsoft Senior Technical Evangelist Symon Perriman, including:
Got any questions about Windows Server 2019? Of course you do. Get answers direct from our experts during the webinar Q&A!
With the knowledge gained in this webinar, you’ll be ready to take full advantage of the new possibilities Windows Server 2019 brings to the table, and in doing so, keep your organization ready for the next generation of IT workloads.
Andy is a 15+ year IT pro specializing in Virtualization, Storage, Cloud, and Infrastructure. By day he’s a Technical Evangelist for Altaro, leading technical content and pre-sales. By night he shares his IT knowledge online or over a cold beer. He holds the Microsoft MVP award in Cloud and Datacenter Management, and one of few who is also a VMware vExpert.
Cloud & Datacenter Management MVP
Director of Product Management - 5nine
As a technology visionary with 20+ years leading the design, development and implementation of high-performance technology solutions, Robert has a strong record of success in managing robust IT High Reliable Organizations (HRO). In April 2016, Robert was first awarded Microsoft® Most Valuable Professional (MVP) in Cloud & Datacenter Management recently renewed for 2017/2018.
President and Chief Architect - FanWide
Symon is an internationally recognized Microsoft expert, business leader, author, keynote presenter, and technology personality, whose content is viewed by millions of IT pros each year. During eight years at Microsoft, he supported multiple teams, including engineering, evangelism, technical marketing, and product planning. Currently President & Chief Architect for FanWide.