What’s New in Windows Server 2022 Standard
Currently, Windows Server 2022 is available in two editions: Datacenter and Standard. We will go over the new features that the standard edition includes. The Windows Server 2022 Standard is intended for physical or minimally virtualized environments and delivers great solutions across cloud and on-premises. You can find below 3 major features that you can benefit from once you install the server.
Windows Server 2022 provides defense-in-depth protection against advanced threats by combining existing security capabilities across multiple areas. Windows Server 2022’s advanced multi-layer security gives servers the protection they require today.
Updated Receive Segment Coalescing (RSC) in Hyper-V has improved virtual switches. As a result, packets can be combined and processed as a single large segment by the hypervisor network. CPU cycles are reduced, and segments remain consolidated along the entire data path until they are finally processed by the intended application. This means better performance for network traffic from an external host, received by a virtual NIC, as well as network traffic from a virtual NIC to a different virtual NIC on the same host.
Storage Replica is Windows Server technology that allows you to replicate the content of your volumes between servers or clusters in the event of a disaster. Additionally, it enables the creation of stretched failover clusters that span two locations and keep data synchronized between them. The Storage Replica option is available now with Windows Server 2022 Standard (1 partnership and 1 resource group with a single 2TB volume), however, it misses out on Storage Spaces Direct feature.
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