This year at Ignite, we’re excited to announce the general availability of three new additions to the Azure Stack Edge product family.
Azure Stack Edge appliances deliver Azure capabilities such as compute, storage, networking, and hardware-accelerated machine learning to virtually any edge location, from traditional data centers to harsh environments. This enables our customers to access the power of the Azure cloud wherever it’s needed, even low bandwidth or high latency environments.
It’s easy to get started with Azure Stack Edge: the appliances are offered as Azure services, and manageable from the Azure portal for a seamless cloud to edge experience. This is just one of the ways that we are helping customers jump start their hybrid strategy.
Let’s take a look at the appliances we’re delivering today:
Azure Stack Edge Pro R - Ruggedized datacenter-grade appliance with an included NVIDIA Tensor Core T4 GPU, enclosed in a portable transit case designed for operation in harsh environments and remote locations. Optional Uninterruptable Power Supply (UPS) also available.
Want to see what one of these appliances would look like in your environment? Because Ignite is virtual this year, we’ve created a mobile app that lets you to view the Azure Stack Edge appliances in augmented reality.
We’re both energized and humbled by the great solutions that our customers and partners have developed for Azure Stack Edge. Here are a few that highlight how bringing the power of Azure to the edge can be transformative:
Please take the opportunity to connect with us and learn more about Azure Stack Edge during one of our virtual Ignite sessions!
Order today - Get started by placing an order through the Azure portal.
Watch the ‘What’s new in Azure Stack?’ Ignite 2020 session - Hear from Natalia Mackevicius about updates for the entire Azure Stack Family: Azure Stack Edge, Azure Stack Hub and Azure Stack HCI.
Watch the Azure Stack Edge Product Team @ Ignite 2020 video - Hear more details from our product team and get inspired on what you can do with Azure Stack Edge.
Subscribe to this blog - We’re continuing to invest in the Azure Stack Edge to enhance compute capabilities for container and VM management as well enrich the developer platform. Stay tuned for ongoing updates.
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