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ZNetLive has made available Microsoft Azure Stack, Microsoft’s truly consistent platform for hybrid cloud, to businesses of all sizes with complete deployment and operational support. This will enable enterprises to seamlessly implement and manage their data in a hybrid cloud environment, while realizing its full potential with benefits like agility, scalability and flexibility, irrespective of their size or cloud expertise of their IT staff.

 

Azure Stack provides a secure way to enterprises which wish to use Azure public cloud but reasons like data criticality, compliance and data accessibility prevent them from doing so. An extension of Microsoft Azure platform, it helps them to implement same capabilities that Azure public cloud offers, within their own data centers, on premise. It provides them a secure way to have control over their data that is safe within their boundaries, behind all their security software. This helps them get the benefits of both the public and private cloud worlds.

 

Microsoft has also announced the Azure Stack’s ready-to-order availability in the recently- concluded Microsoft partner event – Microsoft Inspire. “We have delivered Azure Stack software to our hardware partners, enabling us to begin the certification process for their integrated systems, with the first systems to begin shipping in September,” said Mike Neil Corporate Vice-President, Azure Infrastructure and Management.

 

“Azure Stack is another step by Microsoft in fulfilling its Digital Transformation goals. ZNetLive has always been among the forerunners in bringing the Digital transformation technologies to the end-customers and thus, we decided to offer dedicated support services for Microsoft Azure Stack, while attending Microsoft Inspire in Washington D.C., itself. With Microsoft, we take our next step in creating a digitally transformed world,” said Munesh Jadoun, Founder & CEO, ZNetLive.

Tags: ZNetLive, Microsoft Azure Stack, hybrid cloud, Azure public cloud, Microsoft Azure platform, Mike Neil microsoft azure, Munesh Jadoun ceo znetlive

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