Azure Stack HCI

Azure Stack HCI is a hyperconverged infrastructure solution to consolidate virtualized workloads on-premises, with the highest levels of performance, scale and reliability. You can also optionally connect to Azure services for cloud-based backup, Site Recovery, and more. Azure Stack HCI solutions use Microsoft-validated hardware, from a wide-range of partners, to ensure optimal performance and reliability. The solutions include support for new and emerging technologies such as NVMe drives, persistent memory, and remote-direct memory access (RDMA) networking.  The Azure Stack HCI solution can be managed using the Windows Admin Center; a modern, streamlined server management solution that integrates seamlessly with Azure.

You can find more information about these solutions, including how to get started, in the Azure Stack HCI documentation, and Windows Admin Center documentation.  If you have a technical issue, please raise a question through the Microsoft Q&A portal within the Docs site, or alternatively, engage with the active, MVP-led Azure Stack HCI community.

Do you have any ideas or feature requests? We would love to hear your feedback!

To stay up to date on Azure Stack HCI announcements, including those from our partner and MVP community, search #AzureStackHCI on Twitter.
  1. Persistent Volume (PV) not mounted when deploying with Helm

    When deploying a container with a PV using a single helm chart, a "persistent volume not mounted" warning is generated, despite being mounted after about 30 seconds.

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