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Compare Azure Stack HCI to Windows Server

  Applies to: Azure Stack HCI, versions 22H2 and 21H2; Windows Server 2022 This article explains key differences between Azure Stack HCI and Windows Server and provides guidance about when to use each. Both products are actively supported and maintained by Microsoft. Many organizations choose to deploy both as they are intended for different and Compare Azure Stack HCI to Windows Server

Keep Apps and Workloads Up and Running During Outages with Azure Site Recovery

Microsoft MVP Jan-Tore Pedersen gives a walkthrough of Azure Site Recovery, an Azure hybrid service for native disaster recovery-as-a-service that offers ease of deployment, cost effectiveness, and dependability. Azure hybrid services tool in Windows Admin Center consolidates all the integrated Azure services into a centralized hub where you can easily utilize Azure services that bring Keep Apps and Workloads Up and Running During Outages with Azure Site Recovery

Keep Apps Up and Running During Outages with Azure Site Recovery & NVIDIA Spectrum Switches with Cumulus Linux Meet Azure Stack HCI Requirements

Microsoft MVP Jan-Tore Pederson gives a walkthrough of Azure Site Recovery, an Azure hybrid service for native disaster recovery-as-a-service that offers ease of deployment, cost effectiveness, and dependability.    Azure hybrid services tool in Windows Admin Center consolidates all the integrated Azure services into a centralized hub where you can easily utilize Azure services that bring Keep Apps Up and Running During Outages with Azure Site Recovery & NVIDIA Spectrum Switches with Cumulus Linux Meet Azure Stack HCI Requirements

Azure Stack HCI on Microsoft Learn

Orin Thomas Principal Cloud Operations Advocate, Microsoft Azure Stack HCI is a hyper-converged infrastructure operating system delivered as an Azure service. Rather than attempt to put all the elements of a Windows Server hyper-converged solution together yourself and then trying to integrate it with Azure hybrid elements, Azure Stack HCI essentially comes in a pre-assembled Azure Stack HCI on Microsoft Learn

Five Things about DataON MUST Pro 2.2 for DataON Integrated Systems for Azure Stack HCI

Understanding the challenges of infrastructure support, software patches, and hardware level updates, DataON developed MUST Pro. It’s a powerful, new plug-in for Microsoft Windows Admin Center that simplifies hardware updates across Azure Stack HCI clusters and is included with DataON Integrated Systems for Azure Stack HCI. MUST Pro integrates with Windows Admin Center’s cluster creation Five Things about DataON MUST Pro 2.2 for DataON Integrated Systems for Azure Stack HCI

Testing Stretched Clusters

Stretched clusters is a feature that provides native disaster recovery and business continuity to clusters in Azure Stack HCI. It allows you to stretch Azure Stack HCI clusters between multiple sites using Storage Replica replication and automatic VM failover, keeping all nodes in sync. We perform tests to see if any issues arise when creating Testing Stretched Clusters

Five Things About DataON MUST Pro with Integrated Systems for Azure Stack HCI

Integrated Systems for Microsoft Azure Stack HCI is a new, complete hybrid cloud solution from DataON. Each integrated systems solution from DataON includes Azure Stack HCI software with built-in Azure services pre-installed, tested, and validated on server nodes powered by Intel® technologies. With world class, 24/7, around-the-clock customer support and on-premises services, DataON simplifies your Five Things About DataON MUST Pro with Integrated Systems for Azure Stack HCI

Howard on HCI: DataON & Microsoft are Starting a New Era with Azure Stack HCI!

Last Thursday Microsoft announced the general availability of Azure Stack HCI, the new subscription service for hyper-converged infrastructure from Microsoft Azure. It’s the next step in the evolution of software-defined infrastructure from Microsoft, bringing together the familiarity and flexibility of on-premises virtualization with powerful new hybrid capabilities. It’s come a long way from the early Howard on HCI: DataON & Microsoft are Starting a New Era with Azure Stack HCI!