Monday, December 11, 2017

On-premises back-end systems via Azure Stack

Microsoft Azure Stack is a new hybrid cloud platform product with which your organization can deliver Azure services from your own datacenter to help you achieve more. Get the power of cloud services, yet maintain control of your datacenter for true hybrid cloud agility. You decide where to keep your data and applications—in your own datacenter or with a hosting service provider. You can easily access public cloud resources to scale at busy times of the year, for dev-test, or whenever you need them. Microsoft builds and runs its own hyperscale datacenters and delivers that proven innovation to your datacenter.

Azure Stack extends the Azure vision by bringing the cloud model of computing to every datacenter.
Azure Stack is a new hybrid cloud platform product that organizations can use to deliver Azure
services from their own datacenters in a way that is consistent with Azure.

Organizations can create these Azure services from datacenter resources, which means that developers and IT professionals can quickly provision and scale services using the same self-service
experience they find in Azure. This all adds up to an environment in which application developers can maximize their productivity by using a “write once, deploy to Azure or Azure Stack” approach, because the Azure APIs are consistent, regardless of where the resources are provisioned—Azure Stack is simply an extension of Azure.

On-premises services for mobile apps: Azure Stack App Service
The Azure Stack App Service is the Azure App Service brought to on-premises installations. It includes the web, mobile, and API services. Organizations can create content in Azure Stack App Service by using Azure Resource Manager (ARM) templates or from the Marketplace, just as they can in Azure.

With Azure Stack, developers use APIs that are identical to the ones deployed to Azure App Service
in the cloud. They can create services based on .NET (like ASP.NET Web API) or non-Microsoft
technologies (like Node.js) that can easily run on-premises or in the public cloud.

Source Of Information : Microsoft Platform and Tools for Mobile App Development

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