Breaking Into Windows Server 2019: Network Features: Software Defined Networking (SDN)

Happy Wednesday to all of our great readers! Brandon Wilson here once again to give yet another pointer to some more outstanding content/information from the Windows Core Networking team on the Top 10 networking features in Windows Server 2019. This time around, they are covering some of the new Software Defined Networking (SDN) capabilities in Windows Server 2019, and its an excellent read in my humble opinion, but don’t take my word for it! Here is some initial information straight from the product group:

“This week, the Windows Core Networking team continues their Top 10 Networking features in Windows Server 2019 blog series with: #7 – SDN Goes Mainstream

Each blog contains a “Try it out” section so be sure to grab the latest Insider’s build and give them some feedback!

Here’s an Excerpt:

If you’ve ever deployed Software Defined Networking (SDN), you know it provides great power but is historically difficult to deploy. Now, with Windows Server 2019, it’s easy to deploy and manage through a new deployment UI and Windows Admin Center extension that will enable anyone to harness the power of SDN.  Even better, these improvements also apply to SDN in Windows Server 2016!


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Thanks for reading, and we’ll see you again soon!

Brandon Wilson