Azure Stack Hub Foundation Core – video series

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Since Azure Stack Hub launched two years ago, Microsoft together with Intel created a program to enable and accelerate our customers and partners around the world in their adoption of Azure Stack Hub. The main drivers of the program have been the Microsoft Enterprise Services teams (both Microsoft Consulting Services, as well as Microsoft Premier) and through the Consultants, Premier Field Engineers, and Architects, have delivered a large number of projects – ranging from smaller workshops, all the way to full blown production deliveries.


Along the way, the team talked to hundreds of organizations interested in Azure Stack, trained dozens of partners, and visited a number of deployments as part of the Azure Stack Early Adoption Initiative and Azure Stack Accelerator Programs. Many of the activities have been focused on producing material to help others understand, prepare for, deploy, and operate Azure Stack Hub. At the core of these materials is the Azure Stack Foundation offering, which is a set of 12 modules covering all topics from initial deployment, to identity, security, compute and PaaS services, as well as BCDR and disconnected topics.


We thought it would be a good idea to get a few of these field experts to record technical readiness sessions about Azure Stack Hub. The result is a series of videos, posted to YouTube, covering the whole range of technical topics that Azure Stack operators and administrators might be interested in. These set of sessions are presented by our field experts including Mark Grimes, David Knappett, Heyko Oelrichs, Pat Telford, and Robert Tichelman. Thanks again to them for sharing their time and Azure Stack Hub expertise!

You can watch the videos in this playlist here - each of the videos is about 1 hour and one important thing to note is that the "Azure Stack" name referenced in the videos, is now Azure Stack Hub.


Let us know what you think about them, if they helped, and if you have any feedback on how to make them even more valuable!


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