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This book serves as a great introduction to server 2019. The authors writing style is warm and funny at times. It touches and many topics and gives lots of "first time" instructions but shouldn't be considered an exhaustive reference manual. It also contains lots of exercises so your best getting a good spec win10 pro laptop and running up some servers in Hyper-V to follow along.
This book is designed for entry level server integrators. Does not go into the details of the configuration. Mostly about the why and where you find the features. Not really master the config but master the why you need it. Not a IT pro config tool but great for IT beginners read. I bought this book to swerve around the need for MS 2019 server offerings information as MS tech docs are lacking 2019 specific detail, as of 3 qtr 2019. 2016 servers data still hold the links of the tech net. This is not that fill in the gap book, at least this version. The author provides a great why approach in easy terms and would be valuable read to IT related fields as well.
Nice book that go over win 2019 features (more like win 2019 for dummies). It is more like overview of some of the win 2019 features, than a book that take you inside, and help you explore, and configure features
You need to read this cover to cover. You'll be in one chapter focused on Hyper-V or something, and find great tid-bits on new networking tools when he rambles off into helpful advice. I run quite a few servers with Hyper-V spread over multiple locations, and still learned a great deal from reading this book twice.
The author has a delightful writing style, and comes off as a trusted mentor rather than the typical dry IT book. I am an experienced IT professional and this is just the thing I need to get me ready for the journey to Server 2019. Will definitely seek out this author in the future.