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Microsoft Azure Stack Introduction

Microsoft Azure Stack Introduction

Azure Stack in 5 Minutes Series

Author: Ravi C Kolandaiswamy/Thursday, February 8, 2018/Categories: Microsoft Azure Stack, VConnect, Usage and Billing

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This first in the series of 'Azure Stack in 5 Minutes', covers some of the basics and gives a quick introduction to the Microsoft Azure Stack platform. 

First, we look at 'What is Microsoft Azure Stack?'

Next, we discuss 'Why Azure Stack is compelling?', especially some of the important aspects of why any enterprise should invest in Azure Stack.

Then, we look at some of the key concepts of Microsoft Azure Stack, many of which are similar to that of Microsoft Azure (public cloud). They are similar because one of the most compelling scenarios of Azure Stack is its consistency between on-premise and public cloud concepts and tools.

We hope you enjoy the series, we look forward to hearing from you and please send us your feedback and topics that you like to see covered.

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4/26/2018 4:29 AM

The article is fantastic which you have posted today. I have also made an account on your website to have all the latest and complete substance. Please keep posted us with latest updates.

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2/24/2019 4:44 AM

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6/10/2019 2:44 AM

NIce videos and I am great to hear about Microsoft Azure Stack. And I hope that Microsoft will bring more innovations to increase the value of technology.

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9/26/2019 7:41 PM

Its an amazing thing to be integrated on the clouding with the with the stack, it gives a a various solving problems.

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