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Azure Arc

Extend Azure management and services anywhere
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What is Azure Arc?

It offers simplified management, faster app development, and consistent Azure services. Easily organize, govern, and secure Windows, Linux, SQL Server, and Kubernetes clusters across data centers, the edge, and multi-cloud environments right from Azure. Architect, design, and build cloud-native apps anywhere without sacrificing central visibility and control. Get Azure innovation and cloud benefits by deploying consistent Azure data, application, and machine learning services on any infrastructure.
Azure Arc is a tool in the Virtual Machine Management category of a tech stack.

Who uses Azure Arc?


Azure Arc's Features

  • Accelerate innovation across hybrid and multicloud environments
  • Gain central visibility, operations, and compliance
  • Build cloud-native apps anywhere, at scale
  • Run Azure services anywhere

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