Delivering Private and Hybrid Cloud Solutions with Intel and Lenovo – Intel Conversations in the Cloud – Episode 117

December 8th, 2017 |
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In this Intel Conversations in the Cloud audio podcast: Tom Parker, Senior Product Manager for Cloud in the Data Center Group at Lenovo, joins this episode of Conversations in the Cloud to talk about delivering private and hybrid cloud solutions with Intel and Lenovo. Tom talks about the broad spectrum of Lenovo offerings, from Office 365 to the server level and now to involvement with Microsoft Azure Stack and hundreds of virtual machines. Tom mentions Lenovo’s recent collaboration with Intel and Microsoft on ThinkAgile SX for Microsoft Azure Stack, this software-defined rack scale solution simplifies hybrid cloud and reduces the time to deploy cloud services. Microsoft Azure Stack is powered by the new Intel Xeon Scalable platform and is a verified Intel Select Solution.

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