Microsoft launches hybrid-cloud system in Saudi Arabia with Sahara Net and Lenovo

Monday 16 April 2018 | 10:59 CET | News

Microsoft has launched Azure Stack, its hybrid cloud-computing product, in the Saudi Arabian market, in collaboration with its partners, Sahara Net and Lenovo. Sahara Net is the first certified product provider and Lenovo is responsible for providing hardware that runs the product. Microsoft estimates that the size of the country’s cloud computing market is about SAR 108.75 billion and this figure is expected to increase.

Mohammed Radwan, Cloud and Enterprise Business Group Lead at Microsoft Arabia, said that Azure Stack allows customers to use the Hybrid Cloud quickly and easily, from cloud computing to local environments. The new product will also allow customers to deliver Azure services from their data centres, balancing the appropriate amount of flexibility and control for the deployment of a consistent hybrid cloud.

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Categories: Internet / IT
Companies: Lenovo / Microsoft / Sahara Net
Countries: Saudi Arabia
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