Gain more with Windows Server 2019 Standard - 16 Core License Pack
Windows Server 2019 Standard is an edition designed for physical or minimally virtualized environments. It features support for hybrid capabilities with Azure, advanced, multi-layer protection, faster application innovation, and an unprecedented hyper-converged infrastructure. The system allows you to take advantage of some of the cloud's capabilities, connect to Azure services and secure data thanks to the integrated Windows Defender Advanced Threat Detection and Windows Defender Exploit Guard. This edition is intended for companies with over 25 users and over 50 devices. The licensing model is based on cores.
Windows Server 2019 Standard - 16 Core License Pack offers key Windows Server functionality including, but not limited to, the Essentials edition functionality. Its capabilities include hybrid operations in the Azure environment. You can check in and migrate data, and settings and configurations from old systems. Standard editing functionality allows you to centralize file sharing in your company by synchronizing your file servers with Azure. This will keep the local file server flexible and efficient. In addition, on-premises networked applications can use a range of cloud innovations such as artificial intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT).
Learn the benefits of virtualization
When it comes to virtualizationWindows Server 2019 Standard - 16 Core License Pack includes permissions for two OSEs (operating system environments) or VMs (virtual machines) per license plus one Hyper-V host. If you need more VMs in your infrastructure, you can purchase additional licenses. For comparison - the number of supported virtual machines in the Datacenter edition is unlimited.
Windows Server 2019 Standard supports up to two Hyper-V containers, while the number of Windows containers is unlimited for this edition. Containers and microservices can help you build cloud-native applications and modernize traditional ones. Windows and Linux containers can run side by side with additional licenses. For comparison - the number of supported virtual machines in the Datacenter edition is unlimited.
Learn about Windows Server 2019 Standard licensing
Windows Server 2019 Standard - like the Datacenter edition - is licensed on a physical core. Licenses are available in 2-packs and 16-packs. All physical cores must be licensed. The minimum requirements also include 8 Core processor licenses and 16 Core server licenses.
Windows Server 2019 Standard - 16 Core License Pack is a suite of 16 licenses per core. It will be useful when you have a server with at least one processor with two cores. For larger configurations (e.g. 2 processors and 10, 12 or 14 cores) the 16 license package can be supplemented with 2 license packages. Windows Server 2019 Standard also requires CALs.