I was catching up on some tech reading over the weekend and came across multiple articles stating that Microsoft’s latest System Center Suite will be released later this month and is fully compatible with Windows Server 2019 products.
A key takeaway from the article I read on RedmondMag.com about this topic is that Microsoft has decided to shift back to a more LTSC-like (long term servicing channel) model. This decision stemmed from the fact that customers actually preferred receiving less feature updates but is supported for a longer period of time instead of the opposite. The only notable exception to this is Configuration Manager which will continue to stay on the current SAC (semi-annual channel) model.
As someone who uses Configuration Manager and Operations Manager on a daily basis, I believe Microsoft made the right call on this. I personally welcome the new features introduced with Configuration Manager on a regular basis whereas with Operations Manager, as long as its properly managing our 80+ servers I’m a happy camper!