Microsoft expands Azure Stack to 92 countries


Azure Stack is Microsoft’s hybrid cloud platform that lets you offer Azure services from your datacenter. Microsoft today announced that they are expanding the availability of Azure Stack to 92 countries, up from 46 countries last year. You can find the list of supported countries here. Microsoft mentioned that they are seeing great demand for Azure Stack solutions from its customers around the world.

“The inclusion of Microsoft Azure Stack services into our portfolio enhances our value proposition in a number of ways, from DevOps tools, a truly hybrid cloud offering, access for customers to Azure services like Business Intelligence and AI, to a fully managed service for any customer who wants it. Microsoft Azure Stack will bring us customers who wanted to exploit public cloud but were holding back due to data location concerns. In fact, our pipeline already includes about 60 customers we couldn’t have targeted pre-Azure Stack,” said Tiberiu Croitoru, CEO of BinBox.

Learn more about this announcement here.

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