Microsoft focuses on the hybrid cloud, acquires Avere Systems in January 2018

"Hybrid is essential in a world of AI and IoT as we move toward the Intelligent Cloud and Intelligent Edge working together. A distributed hybrid cloud enables a future-proof, long-term approach--which is exactly why we see it playing a central role in cloud strategies for the foreseeable future." #Azure is always taking strides to improve your set of capabilities. The acquisition of the high-performance storage vendor Avere Systems will help bring your customer a growing set of tools helping large enterprises deploy not only storage, but analytical resources across multiple datacenters, remote offices, public clouds, and private clouds.

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The value of the Microsoft hybrid cloud is even more powerful with the acquisition of Avere Systems. The Microsoft Azure team is explicitly focused on removing all barriers for enterprise customers, so that even the most complex technology and policy requirements are uniquely met with Azure. Microsoft believes the hybrid cloud will be the defining IT strategy for your business and is continuing to evolve Azure’s capabilities to fit that growing model.

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