At the heart of the Microsoft Cloud Platform vision, Windows Server brings Microsoft’s experience delivering global-scale cloud services into your infrastructure with features and enhancements in virtualization, management, storage, networking, virtual desktop infrastructure, access and information protection, the web and application platform, and more.
With Windows Server you can scale to run your most important workloads with robust recovery options. You’ll achieve value quickly with a wide range of cost-effective, high-performance storage options and simplified delivery of multi-tenant IT services. You can build, deploy, operate, and monitor applications on premises and in the cloud. Empower users with secure access to corporate resources on the devices they choose.
What is the difference between MCSA and MCSE?
MCSA stands for Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator where as MCSE stands for Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer. The systems engineer is trained to create a new network while the systems administrator is trained to oversee a pre-established system. MCSA is also an entry level certification that serves as a stepping stone for MCSE, which is the more expert level certification. Click through the Windows Server Certification tabs below to learn more.