Leveraging Azure Stack To Run Azure Services On Your Own Local Data Center
TABLE OF CONTENT
1. Introduction2. Data Residency3. Azure Stack Hub Architecture4. Difference Between Global Azure, Azure Stack Hub, and Azure Stack HCI5. Azure Stack Hub Use Cases6. Azure Stack Hub Management7. Azure Stack Pricing8. Regions supported 9. Takeaway10. CloudThat 11. FAQs
Services like Azure Stack help us run Azure services in our local data center. It is an extension of Azure. It provides services such as IaaS or PaaS that allow us to run apps on-premises and leverage Azure services from our data center.
Azure Stack Hub: Reasons to Use
Edge and Disconnected Solution
Cloud apps that comply with various regulations
Cloud app model on-premises
2. Data Residency
Azure Stack Hub is deployed by customers disconnected from global Azure and the Internet. No data is sent to Microsoft. All data is owned by the customer. A customer can choose to connect to global Azure Infra, or the Internet in a hybrid scenario.
3. Azure Stack Hub Architecture
Azure Stack Hub is an integrated system that consists of racks of 4-16 servers, built by trusted hardware partners and delivered directly to our data center. After delivery, solution providers will assist us in deploying the integrated system and ensuring it meets our business needs. It can provide Azure services at the edge, remote location, or disconnected from the Internet. A hybrid solution can be created that will process data locally in Azure Stack hub and then aggregate it in Azure for further processing or analytics. Finally, Azure Stack hub is configured.
4. Difference Between Global Azure, Azure Stack Hub, and Azure Stack HCI:
Global Azure: Global Azure is a collection of cloud services that help our customers meet their business needs. It offers more that 100 services in 54 countries. Azure Stack Hub is an extension to Azure that brings agility, the power of cloud computing to our local environment. Azure Stack Hub is able to provide services both connected to the internet and disconnected from the internet. It includes components of IaaS and PaaS. These are the capabilities of Azure Stack Hub:
Azure VMs for Windows or Linux
Azure Web Apps and Function
Azure Key Vault
Azure Resource Manager
Azure Stack HCI, a hyper-converged cluster, uses validated hardware to run virtualized Windows or Linux workloads. It can also connect to the cloud for monitoring, backup, recovery, and monitoring.
5. Use Cases for Azure Stack Hub
Clinical and Claims Data
IoT devises Analytics
Retail assortment optimization
6. Azure Stack Hub Management:
Azure Stack Hub follows the same operational model that Global Azure. It can provide a variety services and apps to tenants. It can be managed via an administrative portal or a user portal.
7. Azure Stack Pricing:
Azure Stack offers pay as you use pricing. Azure Stack allows you to run IaaS or PaaS without any upfront fees. You can also use the same subscriptions and billing tools as Azure Stack. Enterprise agreements and the Cloud Solution Provider program offer the pay-as you-use package.
8. Supported Regions:
Albania, Algeria, Armenia, Aruba. Australia, Austria. Azerbaijan. Belarus. Belgium, Bermuda. Bosnia and Herzegovina. Botswana. Brazil. Canada. Chile. Chile. Colombia. Costa Rica. Colombia. Costa Rica. Colombia. Costa Rica. Colombia. Costa Rica. Colombia. Costa Rica. Colombia. Colombia. Costa Rica. Colombia. Costa Rica. Colombia. Colombia. Costa Rica. Colombia. Colombia. Costa Rica. Colombia. Colombia. Ecuador. Egypt. Estonia. Finland. France. Georgia. Germany.