Thursday, April 15, 2021

Microsoft Azure Stack and the Hybrid Cloud

Video streams on this page on Friday, April 14, 12 noon PT.

The Microsoft Azure Stack – set for release this summer – will enable businesses to run a version of the Azure Cloud platform on their own in-house servers. As such, it represents a major step forward in the evolution of hybrid cloud computing.

In a wide-ranging discussion, Microsoft executive Mike Schutz discusses why this private-public link would be of value to businesses; how applications will be linked between platforms; the hardware requirements; pricing issues; and the Azure Stack’s release schedule. He also looks ahead to the future of cloud computing, addressing Microsoft’s view of this rapidly expanding market.

Please join us for an in-depth discussion about the Azure Stack and the hybrid cloud, on Friday, April 14 at 12 noon PT.

Mike Schutz 

General Manager, Product Marketing, Cloud and Enterprise Division, Microsoft



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