Azure Stack

  • Azure Stack IaaS – part one
    by David Armour on 11th February 2019 at 13:00

    When we discuss Azure Stack with customers, they see the value in Azure Stack providing cloud-native capabilities to their datacenters. They see the opportunity to modernize their apps and address the unique solutions Azure Stack can deliver, but they often pause as they ponder where to begin. […]

  • The year in review: Hybrid applications for developers
    by Ricardo Mendes on 20th December 2018 at 14:30

    As 2018 comes to an end, I look at the technology landscape. I look at the kinds of hybrid scenarios our customers are developing. For example, we see Airbus transforming aerospace with Microsoft Azure Stack and I realize that this year has been amazing for developers that design, develop, and maintain cloud-based apps. […]

  • Extension Host is coming to Azure Stack with the next update 1811
    by Thomas Roettinger on 21st November 2018 at 12:00

    Back in August we informed you with a blog post title “Enhance security and simplify network integration with Extension Host on Azure Stack” about a new capability that is coming to Microsoft Azure Stack. This capability further enhances the security and simplifies network integration. Extension Host is going to be enabled by the next Azure Stack update 1811. […]

  • Developing hybrid applications with Azure Stack
    by Ricardo Mendes on 12th November 2018 at 13:00

    More and more we hear from our customers that building hybrid applications is necessary for their business. While Microsoft Azure continues to be the platform of choice for building applications, Azure Stack and Azure together enable building hybrid applications. […]

  • The importance of Azure Stack for DevOps
    by Gabriel Dorta on 8th November 2018 at 09:00

    DevOps focuses on aligning culture, people, processes, and technology. It is sometimes thought that the technology part does not play a critical role in DevOps. This is wrong! Tools and technology help facilitate DevOps methodology and processes. […]