Join us for an AMA on Azure Stack

This post is authored by Natalia Mackevicius Partner Director for Azure Infrastructure & Management, Azure Stack, Vijay Tewari Principle Group Program Manager, Microsoft Azure Stack, and Bradley Bartz Group Program Manager at Microsoft.

Azure Stack engineering team here, announcing that we’ll host a Reddit AMA on Microsoft Azure Stack, an extension of Azure. The AMA will take place Thursday, December 7 at 8 am PT on /r/Azure. We’d like to invite you to join us and give you some details about the upcoming AMA.

Why are we hosting an AMA about Azure Stack?

Azure Stack made its official debut at Microsoft Ignite 2017, and is already shipping to customers from our hardware partners. Now that Azure Stack is available, we want to give you a chance to ask all of your questions – what it is, what it isn’t, why it’s such a game-changer for hybrid cloud, or even Microsoft’s vision for hybrid cloud. For all of the excitement around Azure Stack, it’s still a new product and we want you to get the most out of it. It’s also important for us to hear your feedback as we continue to make Azure Stack event better.

What can you ask us?

Anything! Specifically, we’d love to take your questions about Azure Stack and how it fits into our vision of a consistent hybrid cloud. We’ll do our best to answer all your questions openly about the product and hybrid cloud. Keep in mind, we cannot comment on yet unreleased features and future plans though.

How can I join the conversation?

We’re glad you asked. As mentioned, we’ll be taking your questions starting Thursday, December 7 at 8am PT in the Azure subreddit. We'll activate the AMA a few days in advance so you can get a head start if you already have questions. Feel free to leave your questions early – we’ll be checking in.

We look forward to answering your questions, and talk to you soon.

Source: Azure Blog Feed

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