Carmen Crincoli joins Microsoft Cloud Advocate Thomas Maurer on Azure Unblogged to discuss Azure Stack HCI and the future.

In the video, they talk about the Azure Stack HCI solution program, why it was created, the value it provides to customers, and some of the work being done to engage with customers to improve future versions of the product.     

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Cassie Condon joined Scott Hanselman at Ignite 2019 to talk about the new investments, capabilities, and form factors for the Azure Stack portfolio that ensure our edge infrastructure fits seamlessly in our customers’ solutions.

Azure Stack is now a portfolio of products consisting of Azure Stack HCI, Azure Stack Hub (previously Azure Stack), and Azure Stack Edge (previously Azure Data Box Edge).

A rugged series is also available for sites with harsh environments, including a battery-powered form-factor that can be carried in a backpack.

The versatility of these Azure Stack Edge form-factors and cloud-managed capabilities brings cloud intelligence and compute to retail stores, factory floors, hospitals, field operations, disaster zones, and rescue operations.     

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How does Azure Stack fit in the Internet of Things story? What are the plans to support Azure IoT services on Azure Stack? Rita Cao, PM in the Azure IoT platform team joins Olivier on the IoT show to shed some light on this topic.