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Azure Stack is #1 ranked solution in top Software Defined Data Center vendors and top Hybrid Cloud Computing Platforms. PeerSpot users give Azure Stack an average rating of 7.8 out of 10. Azure Stack is most commonly compared to VMware Cloud Foundation: Azure Stack vs VMware Cloud Foundation. Azure Stack is popular among the large enterprise segment, accounting for 68% of users researching this solution on PeerSpot. The top industry researching this solution are professionals from a comms service provider, accounting for 23% of all views.
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What users are saying about Azure Stack pricing:
  • "Azure Stack is expensive."
  • "Subscription model customers need not make large expenditures on upfront purchasing."
  • "Azure has a subscription version. It has a pay-as-you-go subscription with a subscription ID. So, you have your particular subscription with an enterprise agreement. There is a dev-type subscription for development and testing. The pricing seems pretty reasonable. The pricing could be per resource."
  • "I don't have a specific feature, my customers use all of the features that are available and the entire stack."
  • "In terms of pricing, my customers believe AWS is slightly more reasonably priced than Azure."
  • "The pricing is very expensive."
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    Lead Enterprise Architect at a comms service provider with 201-500 employees
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    Secure, reliable, and good support but the bandwidth is limited
    Pros and Cons
    • "The most valuable features are that it is a Hybrid, and we can easily integrate with the Microsoft Public Cloud."
    • "There are limits to the bandwidth and sizing of the images."

    What is most valuable?

    The most valuable features are that it is a Hybrid, and we can easily integrate with the Microsoft Public Cloud.

    It is totally CSA compliant. 

    It's secure. It's not open. Anything we need to do has to be validated by the OEM, and software vendor.

    It's an engineered system. everything that needs to be done such as a dispatching order when there is a new feature has to be completed by the vendors. It's totally dependent upon the vendor.

    What needs improvement?

    We need an expressway from a different network to allow for connectivity purposes. For example, If we want to have remote storage on-premises or off-site, I have to go through the public cloud. That is the only way.

    There is a dependency. They don't encourage having it on-premises in different networks. 

    I have an HCI model hyper-converged infrastructure. It's a minimum of four nodes with Microsoft Azure and I want to attach additional storage, but I cannot attach it without connecting directly and finding a new network.

    There are limits to the bandwidth and sizing of the images.

    Kubernetes as a service is there, but not as a platform as a service. I would like to have a Kubernetes cluster in a PaaS. They have it in the Azure public cloud, but they haven't released it in the Azure Stack.

    For how long have I used the solution?

    I have been using Azure Stack for one year.

    What do I think about the stability of the solution?

    It's a stable product.

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    What do I think about the scalability of the solution?

    Azure Stack is scalable. You can add it immediately.

    We have a cloud operator, we have our own provisioning team, cloud engineers, cloud architects, cloud evangelist, and cloud developers who use this solution.

    How are customer service and support?

    I had contact with technical support once. There was a miscommunication between the hardware vendor and Microsoft OneNote. 

    It took 20 to 25 days to get it back up and running. OneNote failed and Microsoft had an update without coordinating with the Microsoft engineer. There was a lack of communication.

    Overall, the support is good.

    Which solution did I use previously and why did I switch?

    Previously we used other solutions but we didn't want to use third-party outsourced companies. We have our own infrastructure.

    How was the initial setup?

    The initial setup was easy, I didn't find it to be complex. Because it's validated hardware and software, any patches that have been released are validated by Microsoft itself.

    What's my experience with pricing, setup cost, and licensing?

    Azure Stack is expensive.

    What other advice do I have?

    In the Middle East, we deal with a company called Logicom that Microsoft promoted and suggested to us. We are customers of Logicom and Logicom has a relationship with Microsoft.

    I don't see any levels of risk involved unless there are different levels of risk that I am not aware of.

    We have concepts called foil domain, availability domain, and geo-location. If you have this large domain in one rack and it is hyper-converged, and if one rack goes down then it's gone. You have to invest more money to get another rack to distribute the load amongst the two and make it high availability.

    The more that you invest the more availability you get.

    If you have applications running in a Microsoft-oriented platform then you have to be very clever, especially with architecture and design. It depends on your requirements. 

    It's an expensive solution and even if you don't have the instances up and running, you are having to pay for the storage.

    If the company is established with good returns and they are looking for a secure, safe, and reliable system, Azure Stack is a good choice.

    Cost matters, no one wants to pay for virtualization. It is now available for free with the OS.

    Assessing cost and reliability, I would rate this solution a seven out of ten.

    Which deployment model are you using for this solution?

    On-premises
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    Gordon NG - PeerSpot reviewer
    IT Manager at Grace Assembly of God
    Real User
    Top 20
    Hard to manage and not user-friendly but relatively stable
    Pros and Cons
    • "You can scale the solution if you need to."
    • "The solution is not user friendly. I'd prefer to move over to AWS, which is much easier in this sense."

    What is our primary use case?

    Not sure

    How has it helped my organization?

    move to cloud - improved by no need to maintain hardware

    What is most valuable?

    We've had a lot of issues with the solution as of late. We aren't very happy with it right now.

    The stability is okay.

    You can scale the solution if you need to.

    What needs improvement?

    We started to get issues in May of this year.  We didn't know that the one side of Azure was not fully migrated. There's two Azure on-premise solutions in our organization.

    I needed to migrate everything that wasn't migrated over quickly. I needed someone who was knowledgable to assist to get it done. Therefore, I asked Windows and was looking into our budget.

    We told them to go ahead and do it, and that we had two thus far, one for memory, one for CPU, and that's all. I only wanted two point areas. I wanted my Azure to point to only one, however, now it's set up to point to two point areas, which is not what we want.

    The solution is not user friendly. I'd prefer to move over to AWS, which is much easier in this sense.

    The product could improve its manageability.

    For how long have I used the solution?

    I've been using the solution for a while, however, we started having issues with the solution in May of 2020.

    What do I think about the stability of the solution?

    The stability is okay, however, there are a few glitches here and there. 

    What do I think about the scalability of the solution?

    The scalability is okay. However, AWS is easier to scale. With AWS, you don't have to update your CPU and RAM. Everything's done for you.

    How are customer service and technical support?

    In terms of technical support, it's very bad. We don't have a guy who is good at helping us, in our company, so we have to rely on the Shanghai team. The one person who supports us is in Shanghai.

    We are relying on Shanghai technical support to help to create dashboards or whatever we need. Moving forward, we need a good technical guy in-house to help us. I cannot rely on Shanghai every time. 

    Shanghai also seems to have two teams, however, I don't understand why. There's no direct number to the right people you have to reach, and the customer team we find to be quite bad. We're not overly satisfied with the level of service we've been provided so far.

    How was the initial setup?

    The initial setup wasn't as easy as AWS, which has a much simpler deployment.

    We ran into issues in terms of migration. Not everything was fully migrated, originally, and that caused us a lot of problems. It's still not quite set up how I would like it to be.

    Which other solutions did I evaluate?

    I've looked into AWS, which is more user friendly, and is a solution I would prefer to move over to. Not only is it always easier for us too manage by another provision, it's a lot faster. Azure is slower. 

    What other advice do I have?

    Honestly, if I were to compare the two, I'd say that AWS is much better. It's so much easier to deal with and easier to understand. It's also easier to deploy and has a shorter learning curve overall. On top of that, AWS provides 20% of the traffic to the site. You don't need to update your processor for CPU and RAM. They do all of that for free. There's just way more up-sides to AWS than Azure, unfortunately.

    Azure is just average. I'd rate it five out of ten. As an end-user, I find it far too difficult to manage, and it's not really worth the effort, especially when there are other solutions that make it so much easier.

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    Solutions Specialist at a computer software company with 10,001+ employees
    Real User
    Top 5Leaderboard
    Stable, scalable and easy to install and deploy
    Pros and Cons
    • "The solution is certainly stable."
    • "I would like to see better network integration."

    What is our primary use case?

    The solution is geared towards customers with large Microsoft footprints, in which it is very advanced. There is tight integration in respect of Microsoft workloads and extremely intelligent performance. Customers can use it to run SQL Server, Active Directory, VDI, Windows Server and other workloads. Many users use it for their dynamics, although I am not aware of a lot of deployments with SAP HANA. One who has a 60 or 70 percent footprint in the data center with Microsoft can save a lot. 

    What is most valuable?

    Azure Stack is a really good product when it comes to the functionality and the Azure Stack offer. Its most attractive feature is the licensing. The virtualization is in-built and free and it offers almost all the functionalities someone looks for from the Azure platform. 

    Now that the solution is transitioning to a hybrid cloud approach, the licensing is not determined by the number of instances and this can result in huge savings. 

    A subscription model customer will not need to do much up front purchasing. He can obtain all the up to date features offered on public cloud and grow at the rate he feels is best, with the attendant savings. 

    What needs improvement?

    I would like to see better network integration. 

    While they are working on security, several things can be brought in on the networking side, such as extending to networks stretching in between data centers. These are absent at the moment. It would be good to have a single control plane for the networking.

    For how long have I used the solution?

    I have around two years of experience with Azure Stack. 

    What do I think about the stability of the solution?

    The solution is certainly stable. 

    What do I think about the scalability of the solution?

    The solution is definitely scalable. 

    How was the initial setup?

    Installation is straightforward and not very involved. It can even be automated. 

    The deployment was straightforward and really nice. While creating a system and configuring a cluster is possible, it would be really beneficial to do this in the reverse, since the cluster can be pushed in using the hardware management ID. 

    What about the implementation team?

    While deployment is straightforward, it would require a good skill set with Microsoft technologies and a certain amount of networking knowledge to handle any trouble which may arise. 

    What's my experience with pricing, setup cost, and licensing?

    The licensing is one of the solution's most attractive features. 

    Subscription model customers need not make large expenditures on upfront purchasing. 

    A customer must purchase the software needed for Microsoft support, if he wishes to have this. This would incur a monthly fee. But, the upcoming Azure Stack HCl, which is hybrid cloud, does not involve an upfront purchase, only a subscription-based fee. 

    What other advice do I have?

    I work with Lenovo as a consultant, which means I handle deployment for others. 

    We have a handlful of customers, most of whom are using Microsoft products, but some of whom use Windows. Many go with the Azure Stack solution. 

    I would recommend the solution to others. 

    I rate Azure Stack as an eight out of ten. 

    Which deployment model are you using for this solution?

    Hybrid Cloud
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    Chetan Jayatheertha - PeerSpot reviewer
    Senior Devops Engineer at ITC Infotech
    MSP
    Top 20
    User-friendly, easy accessibility of resources, and good support
    Pros and Cons
    • "The beauty of Azure is that most of the features are easily accessible. It is user-friendly. Almost all resources in Azure are very easily accessible. For example, you can access a virtual machine, and you can scale it up. You can go ahead with different infrastructure-as-a-service in Azure for the platform or for the cloud. Different levels of development could be done using it."
    • "It should be improved in terms of integrations. It could be integrated more with external tools."

    What is our primary use case?

    We are using it in our company and the customer's company as well. So, it works on both sides. For certain development environments, we need to build our internal environment, and we need it for that. Similarly, we need to build the production environment for the customer, and we use it for that.

    What is most valuable?

    The beauty of Azure is that most of the features are easily accessible. It is user-friendly. Almost all resources in Azure are very easily accessible. For example, you can access a virtual machine, and you can scale it up. You can go ahead with different infrastructure-as-a-service in Azure for the platform or for the cloud. Different levels of development could be done using it.

    What needs improvement?

    It should be improved in terms of integrations. It could be integrated more with external tools. 

    We have Azure Purview for governance, but that is for data governance. For code governance, we have to use SonarQube or WhiteSource for vulnerabilities and license management. We would like to have a native code compliance tool.

    For how long have I used the solution?

    I have been working with this solution for three years. 

    What do I think about the stability of the solution?

    It is absolutely stable.

    What do I think about the scalability of the solution?

    It is scalable. The resources in Azure are scalable for a smooth transaction. 

    How are customer service and support?

    Their technical support is very good. They are always easily available when we need them.

    How would you rate customer service and support?

    Positive

    Which solution did I use previously and why did I switch?

    I have been working with different automation tools such as Jenkins. Jenkins is a good tool to start with. Being a DevOps person, I had to go with Azure ADO and Azure DevOps, which basically gives you the view of how DevOps actually works.

    How was the initial setup?

    It is easy to set up. It takes you minutes to set it up.

    What's my experience with pricing, setup cost, and licensing?

    Azure has a subscription version. It has a pay-as-you-go subscription with a subscription ID. So, you have your particular subscription with an enterprise agreement. There is a dev-type subscription for development and testing.

    The pricing seems pretty reasonable. The pricing could be per resource. For example, you have Databricks, Data Factory, Scaled DB, and Cosmos. You have everything in Azure. They have an Azure pricing calculator that you can use to check the price of every resource. It gives you a proper cost estimation. You can compare the cost and then go for the best resource for your project.

    What other advice do I have?

    I would definitely advise others to implement it as an infrastructure service only because you get to learn more. You get to explore the code more and know different steps. You can automate more and better. You can get automation done on top of what is already there, which could lead to another invention. 

    I would rate it an eight out of ten.

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    Robert Urech - PeerSpot reviewer
    Director for Business Development at LIVING CONSULTORIA
    Real User
    Top 5Leaderboard
    It's good for transitioning from an on-premise or hybrid setup to the cloud
    Pros and Cons
    • "Azure Stack integrates well with Microsoft. It's also good for transitioning from an on-premise or hybrid setup to the cloud. It's seamless."
    • "Microsoft is changing the Azure Stack interface all the time, so it's sometimes hard to find the functionality or the service you're looking for. A feature was in one place and now it has moved somewhere else."

    What is our primary use case?

    We use Azure Stack primarily for hosting customer applications .NET applications. We use mainly App Service, Blob Storage, and Cognitive Services. 

    We develop applications on the Microsoft platform, infrastructure, and servers. Our servers are Windows, and we use the .NET framework and C# programming language. Everything is easier in Azure.

    What is most valuable?

    Azure Stack integrates well with Microsoft. It's also good for transitioning from an on-premise or hybrid setup to the cloud. It's seamless. 

    What needs improvement?

    Microsoft is changing the Azure Stack interface all the time, so it's sometimes hard to find the functionality or the service you're looking for. A feature was in one place and now it has moved somewhere else. 

    It's because the product is quickly evolving, so they're changing constantly. I understand, but it's difficult to find things when we don't use Azure every day. It's not a big issue.

    For how long have I used the solution?

    We've been using Azure Stack for seven or eight years.

    What do I think about the stability of the solution?

    Azure Stack is highly stable.

    What do I think about the scalability of the solution?

    We have had a good experience with scalability. Azure Stack's replication is well-written. It's flexible. For example, you can scale it differently on workdays and weekends to reduce operating costs. We automatically reduce the sizing of the solution. We stop some services like VMs on the weekends if we can. Scaling up and stopping resources is automated based on a set schedule. This is useful.

    How are customer service and support?

    Microsoft support is very good.

    Which solution did I use previously and why did I switch?

    We switched from AWS to Azure. The main issues were costs and some bad experiences with temporary disks. This was a long time ago, so I cannot say if AWS is currently better or worse than Azure.

    How was the initial setup?

    Azure Stack is also in the cloud, so it's easy. We also use the Internet Information Server. If you use the node server, it's going to be local and based on the technology you're using. We can choose between one or the other.

    For example, we use Mongo Atlas service on Azure and on-premises. Both use the MongoDB Atlas service. It is architecture bound, so you have the choice of going through Azure or the on-premise solution because both have advantages.

    What's my experience with pricing, setup cost, and licensing?

    Azure is relatively expensive, but on the other hand, you get excellent support, stability, and security, so I think it's worth it. 

    What other advice do I have?

    I rate Azure Stack nine out of 10. It is a great tool if the technology you use is a Microsoft-based stack because Azure is Microsoft's cloud provider. 

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    Crispus  Ombogo - PeerSpot reviewer
    Director at Onelife consultants ltd
    Reseller
    Good technical support, feature-rich, and performs well
    Pros and Cons
      • "I believe the only room for improvement is that I am based in Nairobi, if it has even a local node for Azure, I believe most customers will prefer that to reduce latencies and everything else when using the Azure Stack."

      What is most valuable?

      I don't have a specific feature, my customers use all of the features that are available and the entire stack.

      What needs improvement?

      I believe the only room for improvement is that I am based in Nairobi, if it has even a local node for Azure, I believe most customers will prefer that to reduce latencies and everything else when using the Azure Stack. They'll be better off if they can set up a local node in Nairobi, Kenya.

      There are local things specific to the Kenya market, which are integrated into local development platforms available in Kenya, which would be helpful if it could be integrated with Azure Stack. We have a solution called M-Pessa, for example. If that can be done on a regular basis, I believe it is time to look for customers who want to use that channel today.

      For how long have I used the solution?

      I have been working with Azure Stack for six years.

      What do I think about the stability of the solution?

      Azure Stack is a stable product.

      What do I think about the scalability of the solution?

      Azure Stack is a scalable solution.

      How are customer service and support?

      Technical support is okay. My customers have not complained about the technical support.

      Which solution did I use previously and why did I switch?

      I actually work for an integrator company that specializes in UiPath. I primarily use UiPath, but I also use Automation Anywhere and Microsoft Power Automate.

      We use Power Automate, but we also use Power BI for dashboard visualization. Then there's the standard Office 365, and we do have customers who use Azure.

      How was the initial setup?

      I would say the initial setup is medium. It all depends on who is using it, but most customers rate it as a medium. It's not easy, but it's also not difficult. It's average. It's a medium.

      What's my experience with pricing, setup cost, and licensing?

      In terms of pricing, my customers believe AWS is slightly more reasonably priced than Azure. They believe it is significantly less expensive than what Azure offers. It is simply a matter of pricing.

      What other advice do I have?

      I would advise them to conduct a thorough assessment of the types of applications they want to host on Azure Stack before beginning the migration process. They must be absolutely certain. Then there are all kinds of local policies, security policies, on migrating data into the Cloud, to put it mildly. They should be on the lookout for such things. So, first and foremost, a proper assessment of what types of applications should be moved entirely to Azure Stack. Then, examine the policies, security policies, and cybersecurity that are associated with all of that.

      I would rate Azure Stack an eight out of ten.

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      Information Technology Manager at a university with 51-200 employees
      Real User
      Top 20
      A great way to extend Azure services to the environment of your choice
      Pros and Cons
      • "Technical support is quick and responsive."
      • "I would only recommend this solution to smaller organizations like ours because I cannot really speculate what big issues that the bigger organizations will face."

      What is our primary use case?

      We're getting more serious with Office 365 now. We start from the mailbox, the mail server exchange, and then we also have SharePoint. We have migrated all the local network drives, shared drives, home drives, to Office 365 SharePoint. We have been making use of the document library for sharing, and this year, we've started to use more of Microsoft Teams as a kind of collaboration, for online meetings within the organization and also to communicate with our students. Microsoft Teams is not the only software that we use, we also use Zoom for class meetings, and then Microsoft Teams for team meetings, really.

      As an education provider, we have many students — over a thousand students actually; they are also the users of this domain. We also have 250 permanent and casual staff, it's quite a big number.

      For how long have I used the solution?

      I have been using this solution for almost two years.

      What do I think about the scalability of the solution?

      At this stage, we are quite pleased with Office 365 Azure. To me, Azure offers a pathway for dealing with the active directory, and for storing all our Office 365 information assets.

      How are customer service and technical support?

      Technical support is quick and responsive. I find that whenever I encounter an error (sometimes it's really the system errors or something that I didn't know how to do), the customer support is quite helpful. We get good support from Microsoft in terms of Office 365.

      Take today, for example, we have a worldwide issue (maybe just Australia), and our Office 365 cloud authentication components were down for almost an hour. Thankfully, customer support helped us rectify that problem very quickly.

      What about the implementation team?

      A consultant helped us with the implementation back in 2018.

      What other advice do I have?

      I would only recommend this solution to smaller organizations like ours because I cannot really speculate what big issues that the bigger organizations will face. For a small or medium-sized college, it's quite good — I can't see any negative sides. In particular, our staff and students don't really use our computers. That means they are bringing their own devices and using their own computers. Because of Office 365, they don't need to come here (to campus) and they don't need to connect to any kind of VPN in order to access their emails or order their course materials or even the information that we provide on the internet, for that matter. Everything is on the cloud.

      On a scale from one to ten, I would give this solution a rating of ten — strictly because I have nothing to compare it to.

      Which deployment model are you using for this solution?

      Public Cloud
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      Lead Enterprise Architect at a comms service provider with 201-500 employees
      Real User
      Top 5Leaderboard
      Good IaaS capabilities and it is stable, but it is expensive
      Pros and Cons
      • "The most valuable feature is IaaS."
      • "PaaS is not ready because they are only offering MS SQL as a service, web applications as a service, and containers as a service."

      What is our primary use case?

      We are a solution provider and the Azure Stack is one of the technologies that we use to provide services to our customers.

      How has it helped my organization?

      Need more time

      What is most valuable?

      The most valuable feature is IaaS. I find it to be good.

      Third-party dashboards are supported in the PaaS.

      The rapid provisioning is good.

      They have VPN connectivity, which promotes encapsulation.

      What needs improvement?

      In PaaS Model, they are only offering MS SQL as a service, web applications as a service, and containers as a service. When it comes to containers, I could not find how to use the functionality. Recently, one of our customers wanted to have Sybase as the database for their SAP applications, but it was not in the Azure Stack Marketplace.

      It is closed and It doesn't allow you to customize networks or any new features.

      Better flexibility in the network is needed.

      For how long have I used the solution?

      I have been using Azure Stack for one year.

      What do I think about the stability of the solution?

      It's a cloud concept, so we expect stability but it's broad scoping with IT. I have been working in the field for the last 18 years and stability is affected by new technologies. We are told that new systems are quite stable, but we are still struggling to provide a service that is a reliable one. This is because of the different complicated scenarios, demands, and requirements from the end-user.

      The cloud is challenging and from a stability point of view, it depends on what services you are running inside and what scalability you are providing to the end-user.

      What do I think about the scalability of the solution?

      Good

      How are customer service and technical support?

      The technical support is okay. There is a technical support gateway and Microsoft is working in the background. There is some kind of coordination between engineers from Microsoft and Dell, because one time when we had an upgrade, the people from Dell upgraded it without coordination from Microsoft.

      How was the initial setup?

      Azure Stack is a closed box, but it is compliant. It doesn't permit you to customize the network or the features. You have to take what Microsoft is offering and just simply obey it.

      We are using a connected model, as opposed to a disconnected model.

      What's my experience with pricing, setup cost, and licensing?

      The pricing is very expensive. If I were rating it on cost then it would be a five out of ten.

      Which deployment model are you using for this solution?

      Private Cloud

      If public cloud, private cloud, or hybrid cloud, which cloud provider do you use?

      Microsoft Azure
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