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Did you miss Discover Las Vegas? Check out this HPE ProLiant for Microsoft Azure Stack Recap


HPE had a great week in Las Vegas, sharing the latest news and technology advancements with over ten thousand of our customers and partners.  Not only was the weather hot, but HPE ProLiant for Microsoft Azure Stack was hot as well!

In case you missed the news, HPE ProLiant for Microsoft Azure Stack is now orderable!

Several sessions at Discover Las Vegas highlighted the tremendous traction HPE is seeing from organizations around the world who are planning to use the HPE solution.  Customers such as Daisy Group, Saxo Bank, OCSL, Sogeti and Rackspace are realizing the value HPE ProLiant for Microsoft Azure Stack will bring to their businesses.

If you weren’t able to attend any of the Azure Stack sessions, I encourage you to take a look at the slides from session B12695, Delivering Azure-consistent services from your data center. This presentation provides an overview of the HPE solution and highlights the key use cases for enterprises and the differentiators that make the HPE solution the ideal choice for your business.  There is also a great interview from theCUBE with Ken Won, Director of Cloud Solutions at HPE, and William Fellows from 451 Research, discussing the hybrid cloud trend that is now fast becoming mainstream. 

HPE met with hundreds of customers interested in the HPE ProLiant for Microsoft Azure Stack demo which included a manufacturing scenario, an interactive rack, as well as an integrated management demo. 

How can you get HPE ProLiant for Microsoft Azure Stack?

The HPE ProLiant for Microsoft Azure Stack hardware solution is orderable now with hardware pricing and support starting at $300K-$400K, depending on the configuration.  More information on the pay-as-you-use software pricing is available from Microsoft.

Learn more about HPE ProLiant for Microsoft Azure Stack today!

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Cloud, hybrid IT, Azure, Azure Stack