Virtualization

Introducing Azure Virtual Desktop workload in Azure Stack HCI Sizer

Kushmeen Kambow, Senior Program Manager for Azure Virtual Desktop on Azure Stack HCI, Microsoft In February 2024, Microsoft announced the general availability of Azure Virtual Desktop for Azure Stack HCI which extends the capabilities of the Microsoft Cloud to your datacenters and edge locations. We are happy to announce that ‘Azure Virtual Desktop’ is now available as Introducing Azure Virtual Desktop workload in Azure Stack HCI Sizer

Azure Virtual Desktop (AVD) for Azure Stack HCI Has Arrived – What You Should Know

In the post-COVID world, many organizations have either implemented or are considering a virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI). Not only does VDI enable employees to work remotely, but it also saves on the cost of powerful laptops and desktops because much of the processing power can be done server-side in the data center. Microsoft Azure Virtual Azure Virtual Desktop (AVD) for Azure Stack HCI Has Arrived – What You Should Know

Hyper-V Isn’t Dying, It’s Thriving

Over the last week, there have been rumors that Microsoft is discontinuing Hyper-V. As a company that specializes in Microsoft hybrid virtualization solutions and partners CLOSELY with the Microsoft product development team, we can categorically say that Hyper-V is not dying but thriving! Microsoft is investing heavily in Hyper-V, as it is an integral, core Hyper-V Isn’t Dying, It’s Thriving

Retail Beyond Limits presented by Azure Stack HCI with Intel

Microsoft Azure Stack HCI with Intel makes it easy to support the evolving needs of retail businesses with compatibility, security, and flexibility. In this webinar, you will learn how to: Enable high availability for POS instances. Benefit from a hyper-converged infrastructure without sacrificing legacy functionality. Improve workload virtualization and enhance performance and scalability. Decrease your Retail Beyond Limits presented by Azure Stack HCI with Intel

Six Technical Use Cases for Azure Stack HCI

Azure Stack HCI is Microsoft’s hyper-converged infrastructure stack that brings Azure down to your on-premises environment. It’s not a feature of Windows Server, but a separate operating system that is delivered as an Azure service. It provides the latest security, performance, and feature updates through an Azure subscription, similar to how any other Azure service Six Technical Use Cases for Azure Stack HCI