The Windows Server operating system and components such as Remote Desktop Services and Active Directory
Azure Kubernetes Service on Stack HCI and Windows Server 2019 is an on-premises implementation of the hosted Azure Kubernetes Service for hosting container-based applications at scale.
Trusted launch with Gen 2 VMs and hotpatching with Windows Server 2019: Azure Edition are in preview.
Chart describes the servicing and installation modes for Window Server.
Windows Server 2022 is available in preview with enhancements for security and containers, but questions remain regarding pricing and support.
Exchange Online ends support for Active Directory Rights Management Services (AD RMS) on Feb. 28, 2021.
A new lightweight synchronization model between Active Directory and Azure AD offers capabilities not possible with the traditional connect model, but with some limitations.
Support Timeline for Azure Stack HCI
Azure Stack HCI Version 20H2 is a replacement for the original Azure Stack HCI that is more closely tied to Azure, but still does not provide Azure-based management or services on-premises.
Although Microsoft has offered a range of technologies to remotely access on-premises applications, only two remain viable.
Azure Site Recovery supports a range of applications, regardless of the failover model.