The power, flexibility, scale and simplicity that comes with “cloud” services is something that many of us have embraced.
The ability to deliver quickly and easily, complicated application and platform infrastructures is very appealing, especially for those of us who are continually challenged to deliver solutions to business problems ever more efficiently.
Public cloud providers like Microsoft, Amazon, Google and IBM are a great answer to many of the modern technology challenges we are faced with, but, what happens when public cloud can’t be the answer to our challenge?
There are many reasons that a public cloud solution isn’t right,technical, commercial or of course, security driven, privacy and data sovereignty are concerns of many a business as they consider cloud.
What do we do? we can see the benefit, but also understand why we can’t take advantage of the solution.
Build your own, deliver your own on-premises cloud solution. But How? how do I build my own Microsoft Azure, where on earth do I start?
Well you’ve come to the right place, in part two of my conversation with Microsoft Technical Evangelist Matt McSpirit, we discuss Azure Stack, Microsoft’s forthcoming private cloud converged solution, currently available in Technical Preview, ahead of it’s launch later this year, Azure Stack gives you all of the flexibility and deployment efficiency of Azure, with all the control, security and privacy of delivering it from your own data centre.
In this episode we discuss what Azure Stack is, who it is (and is not) for, as well as how you to get your hands on it.
It’s a fascinating technology solution and Matt provides great insight into why it may be for you and how you get started finding out.
Enjoy the show.
Matt mentioned a range of resources that you can get your hands on to find out more about Azure Stack;
You can find Matt on Twitter @mattmcspirit
And if you missed part one of our chat, don’t worry, it’s here .
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