Azure Stack

Build and run hybrid applications in datacenters, edge locations, remote offices, and the cloud.

Extend Azure services and capabilities to any environment - datacenters, edge locations, and remote offices - with Azure Stack. Build, deploy, and run hybrid and edge computing apps consistently across your IT ecosystem with flexibility for different workloads.

Azure Stack Solutions

Run edge-computing workloads

Azure Stack Edge

Get rapid insights with an Azure managed appliance using compute and hardware-accelerated machine learning at edge locations for your Internet of Things (IoT) and AI workloads.

Use Azure Stack Edge for:
  • Machine learning at the edge
  • Edge and IoT solutions
  • Network data transfer from edge to cloud
Modernize your datacenter

Azure Stack HCI

Refresh your virtualization host using a hybrid and hyperconverged solution integrated with Azure.

Use Azure Stack HCI for:
  • Scalable virtualization and storage
  • Modernizing on-premises architecture
  • Remote branch offices
  • High-performance workloads
Use cloud services on-premises

Azure Stack Hub

Run your own private, autonomous cloud—connected or disconnected with cloud-native apps using consistent Azure services on-premises.

Use Azure Stack Hub for:
  • Connected and disconnected scenarios
  • App modernization

Unify resource management with a flexible cloud-connected architecture

Stay always up to date with the latest Azure security, performance, and capabilities with Azure Arc–enabled Azure Stack HCI. Discover, monitor, and manage the Azure Stack HCI hosts as well as the virtual machines (VMs) and containers running on them from within the Azure portal.

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Simple and flexible cloud operations

Performance for demanding workloads

Cost-effective, scalable performance

Modernize your edge computing environments

Read a third-party review about the benefits of using Azure Stack HCI on Intel technology for your edge environments, including the level of performance you can achieve for your deployment.

Integration with Azure Kubernetes Service enabled by Azure Arc to run cloud-native apps on premises.

Small form factor Azure Stack HCI nodes for intelligent edge and remote- or branch-office solutions.

Performance-optimization for managing on-premises workloads.

Flexible, large scale VDI platform and support for Azure Virtual Desktop on premises.

Extend your business to the cloud with an Azure hybrid solution

Extend your business to the cloud and manage Azure Stack HCI hosts, virtual machines (VMs), and Azure resources side by side in the Azure portal. Monitor multiple clusters, manage extensions and Azure Policies, and use self-service VMs with Azure Arc–enabled nodes. Get regular and consistent feature and security updates and unified billing with your Azure Stack HCI subscription, using either your Premier or Azure support plan.

Meet regulatory and connectivity needs with flexibility

Azure Arc–enabled Azure Stack HCI helps you consolidate containers and virtualized workloads and gain cloud efficiencies when data needs to remain on premises for legal or privacy reasons. For compliance with end-of-life workloads, get Windows Server 2008/R2, SQL Server 2008/R2, Windows Server 2012/R2, and SQL Server 2012 extended security updates at no extra cost when migrating to Azure Stack HCI.

Centralize management from the Azure portal

Deploy and manage workloads, including VMs and Kubernetes clusters from Azure through the Azure Arc resource bridge. Monitor, update, and secure your Azure Stack HCI infrastructure, including fleets of locations, directly from the Azure portal. Azure Stack HCI is also fully compatible with System Center 2022 to manage your on-premises environment, and offers familiar tools from a wide selection of partners within the enhanced ISV ecosystem.

Deploy with flexible options

Select the hardware solution that's best for your environment. Choose between fastest time to value with turnkey solutions from the premier solutions tier, a single purpose-built solution with pre-installed software from the integrated systems tier, or a broad range of hardware components from the validated nodes tier. There are more than 30 hardware partners offering solutions for Azure Stack HCI. Manage your Arc enabled hyperconverged infrastructure solution using Azure or familiar management tools and choose from a wide selection of utility software options within the enhanced ISV ecosystem. Explore deployment service offerings from Azure Stack HCI validated SI partners.

What is Azure Stack Hub?

Part of the Azure Stack portfolio, Azure Stack Hub broadens Azure to let you run apps in an on-premises environment and deliver Azure services in your datacenter. As organizations race to digitally transform, many are finding they can move faster by using public cloud services to build on modern architectures and refresh legacy apps. Many workloads, however, must remain on-premises—for example, due to technological and regulatory obstacles. Microsoft has you covered with broad hybrid cloud options and cloud innovation for all your workloads, wherever they reside.

Your own autonomous cloud that you can run completely or partially disconnected from the internet and the public cloud

Ability to use consistent tools, experiences, and app models and easily transfer them between Azure and Azure Stack Hub

One Azure ecosystem giving you integrated systems from Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Dell EMC, Cisco, Lenovo, and others

Edge applications and disconnected solutions

Address latency and connectivity requirements by processing data locally in Azure Stack Hub and then aggregating it in Azure for further analytics, with common app logic across both. You can even deploy Azure Stack Hub disconnected from the internet and from Azure.

Cloud apps that meet varied regulations

Develop and deploy apps in Azure while maintaining full flexibility to deploy on-premises to help meet regulatory or policy requirements. No code changes are needed. Help meet requirements for tasks like global auditing, financial reporting, foreign exchange trading, and online gaming.

A cloud app model that’s on-premises

Use Azure services, containers, serverless, and microservice architectures to update and extend existing apps or build new ones. Use consistent DevOps processes across Azure in the cloud and Azure Stack Hub on-premises to quickly modernize your mission-critical apps.
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