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ZNetLive, a New Delhi, India-based provider of automated dedicated servers and cloud hosting, has planned to expand its product portfolio to include a ‘pay-per-usage’ Microsoft Azure Stack based Hybrid Cloud Solution – to help users get “proficient computing capabilities with increased productivity at reduced operational costs.” 

The Azure Stack Hybrid Cloud solution expected to be made commercially available by early Q3 this year, will provide users with single vendor support for Azure Stack and Azure public cloud. The solution encompasses Azure’s storage, geo presence and flexible capacity to enable an organization’s expansion on a global level.

cloud servers india znetliveThe pay per usage cloud solution will be available with one contract and monthly invoicing and the users will get their own client portal, with which they will be able to seamlessly create, deploy and manage their workloads on cloud. The kind of IT automation that this solution will provide would enable organizations maintain crucial business data on-premise while getting economies of scale with faster deployment of new services and applications on public cloud.

“This is one more step by ZNetLive in empowering Digital Transformation,” said Munesh Jadoun, Founder & CEO, ZNetLive. “The Azure Stack Hybrid Cloud solution combines path breaking ZNetLive’s cloud management services with modern, scalable and flexible Microsoft Azure Stack capabilities to provide a comprehensive hybrid cloud solution to enterprises seeking digital transformation for modernization, high performance and scalability at low costs.” 

For those onboarding the solution, the management and support provided by ZNetLive will include cloud strategy formulation, building Azure hybrid cloud following detailed analysis of crucial and routine workloads and customers’ workload migration. It will also include security, back-up and disaster recovery services. The solution also includes Azure ExpressRoute Services to provide users with speedier private Azure connection.

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