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I am pleased to announce that the webinar is now available upon request, you can watch it at any time here.

In this webinar, I talked about how Microsoft Azure Stack is integrated into your data center, how it is used, and how it can be used to provide services to users and developers. In addition, I also spoke Azure Stack Development Kit (ASDK), a free single server deployment option that lets you test Azure Stack and prototype your apps and services before you commit to purchasing Azure Stack.

I am happy to invite you to watch the recording and learn everything Azure-pino integration and services.

Check out the full question and answer below to see additional questions participants asked during the webinar.

  • Can we expect Azure to be restored in the Azure Stack?
    Emergency Recovery for Error Machines between Azure Stack and Azure public users using Azure Site Recovery is currently in private preview. Microsoft will release it in the 3rd quarter of this year.
  • Can I back up tenant workloads and apps in Azure Stack?
    Yes, Microsoft just released application backup support for tenant workloads using Azure Backup Server. If you are familiar Data Protection Management (DPM), Azure Backup Server is very similar to DPM. You can use Azure Backup Server for short-term protection for 5 days in Azure Stack, and then for long-term protection, you take advantage of Azure Backup in Public Azure.
  • What about Azure Site Recovery from one Azure Stack to another Azure Stack?
    Well, that’s a good question. Microsoft is examining this scenario (Azure Stack to Azure Stack). Personally, I expect the scenario to come one day. But I don’t know when.
  • What about capacity planning?
    The Azure Stack Capacity Planner is available for download. The spreadsheet is intended as a guide to help you make decisions related to the design and configuration of Azure Stack. You can download it from the following link.
  • Are there any plans on how to integrate Azure Migrate into the Azure Stack as the product evolves?
    Yes, Microsoft plans to get Azure Migrate support for Azure Stack as well. But I don’t know when it’s available.

I hope this webinar was helpful to you.

Your feedback and comments are welcome and appreciated!

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-Charbel Nemnom-


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