Dell EMC Reveals Hybrid Cloud Platform Running Azure Stack

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Today marks the two-year anniversary of Microsoft's first Ignite conference in Chicago where the company revealed plans to offer Azure Stack, the same software that runs its public cloud, and also unveiled the technical specifications allowing customers and service providers to run iterations of Azure in their own datacenters. While the company's vision for Azure Stack changed last year after the release of the first technical preview, Microsoft has signaled it will appear in the latter half of this year and there are now signs it will soon see the light of day.

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