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  • There are a few question that I want to ask.

    1. Is it by using Azure stack that both on-premise and cloud can operate as one. And compute can be transfer back and forth depends on demand with consistency. 

    2. Or is there any special control needed to ensure it does not over step its limits.

    E.g. having web on cloud and application + database tier on-premise.

    Thursday, August 2, 2018 1:23 AM

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  • “Is it by using Azure Stack that both on-premise and cloud can operate as one”, yes, in a way. Azure Stack is an extension of Azure, bringing the agility and fast-paced innovation of cloud computing to on-premises environments.  Based on your requirement, you can build modern applications across hybrid cloud environments, balancing the right amount of flexibility and control.

     

    Azure Stack is a hybrid cloud platform that lets you deliver Azure services in your datacenter. You can leverage Azure Stack for edge and disconnected environments or meet specific security and compliance requirements.

     

    As an Azure Stack cloud administrator, you can create offers that let your users (tenants) create SQL databases that they can use with their cloud-native apps, websites, and workloads. By providing these custom, on-demand, cloud-based databases to your users, you can save them time and resources.

     

    Also, you can create offers that let your users (tenants) create Azure Functions and web, and API applications. By giving your users access to these on-demand, cloud-based apps, you can save them time and resources.

     

    Take a look at these documentation for the requirements.

    Tutorial: make SQL databases available to your Azure Stack users

    Tutorial: make web and API apps available to your Azure Stack users

     

    Watch the demo on Microsoft Azure Stack: Azure Services On-Premises for more details.

     

    Additionally, you may wish to know that on Azure (Global), with App Service Hybrid Connections feature you could enable your apps in the App Service to reach resources on other networks (in Azure, on-premises or networks in other cloud providers). Refer the document Azure App Service Hybrid Connections for more details on this topic.

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    Thursday, August 2, 2018 7:52 AM