Skype for Business Server vNext Ignite Session – Twitter updates from community @ignite

First off thank you so much for everyone tweeting from inside the vNext session you kept me glued to my seat and twitter!

Below are snips of all the updates from twitter and thanks to

@getcsjosh
@uctonynunn
@kenlasko
@Bibbleq
@sublimeashish
@plemich
@twkisner
@mcmhenry
@guybachar
@canthonycaragol
@patrichard
@kkieller
@atreidae
@graham_walsh
@speedyt71
@tomarbhuthnot
@jpbret

Summary of news from community tweets

  • Name – Skype for Business Server 2019
  • Preview – mid 2018 / release late 2018
  • Continued commitment to hybrid and on premises
  • New SfB 2019 client Click to Run only! no MSI
  • Migration – Lync 2013 > 2019 / SfB server 2015 > 2019
  • Minimum of Windows Server 2016 and SQL 2016
  • Side by Side upgrades only NO inplace upgrades
  • NO SfB Server 2019 Standard Edition ONLY Enterprise Edition
  • No SfB Server 2019 Director role
  • No SfB Server 2019 Persistent Chat Role
  • Silverlight is dead in 2019
  • 2019 can leverage call analytics and retention in cloud
  • Single dashboard for on prem, teams and online
  • Voicemail, AA and call queues in Hybrid
  • Hybrid modern auth in public preview
  • Hybrid 2019 with Teams
  • New meeting migration service can work with on prem exchange
  • 2019 without hybrid will miss out on stuff like call analytics
  • sign up for preview – skypepreview.com
  • Some features only designed for hybrid mode
  • CCE can coexist with 2019 but ideally SIP trunks directly to Office365
  • With Teams intention is no CCE and direct to SBC
  • New update for Statatics manager
  • 2019 working on TLS 1.0 and 1.1 disabled
  • UCWA and UCMA solation should continue to work
  • Skype rooms systems still supported
  • Meeting web plugin still required for SfB 2019
  • Meetings with no plugins only in Teams
  • No decision on 2019 SDN
  • Hybrid RGS
  • SBS and SBA stay on 2015 codebase

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New Name – Skype for Business Server 2019

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