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The Windows Azure Pack is a collection of Windows Azure technologies available to Microsoft customers at no additional cost. Once installed in your datacenter, the Windows Azure Pack integrates with System Center and Windows Server to help provide a self-service portal for managing services such as websites, Virtual Machines, and Service Bus; a portal for administrators to manage resource clouds; scalable web hosting; and more.
- Easy to use
- Virtual Machines
- Storage, Backup, and Recovery
- Identity and Access Management
- Multi-Factor Authentication
- Active Directory
- Media Services
- BizTalk Services
- Traffic Manager
The Windows Azure Pack is a collection of Windows Azure technologies available to Microsoft customers at no additional cost. Once installed in your datacenter, the Windows Azure Pack integrates with System Center and Windows Server to help provide the following capabilities:
- Management portal for tenants
A Windows Azure-consistent, customizable self-service portal experience for provisioning, monitoring and management of services such as Web Sites, Virtual Machines, and Service Bus.
- Management portal for administrators
A portal for administrators to configure and manage resource clouds, user accounts, tenant offers, quotas, and pricing.
- Service management API
The foundation for the capabilities in the management portal, the service management API is an OData REST API that helps enable a range of integration scenarios including custom portals and billing systems.
- Web Sites
It includes a customizable web application gallery of popular open source web applications and integration with source control systems for custom-developed websites and applications.
- Virtual Machines
Consistent with Windows Azure Virtual Machines, this service helps provide Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) capabilities for Windows and Linux virtual machines (VMs).
- Service Bus
Consistent with Windows Azure Service Bus, this service helps provide reliable messaging services between distributed applications. It includes queued and topic-based publish/subscribe capabilities.
- Self-service IT from your datacenter
Deliver IT services through a rich self-service portal to help enable hybrid cloud scenarios across private, public, and hosted clouds.
- Database as a service
Create cloud-based database offerings that are easily provisioned and administered.
- Developer friendly
Build and deploy applications using many popular development frameworks, platforms, and tools including source control repositories.
- IAAS - Infrastructure-as-a-Service
Create Infrastructure as a Service offerings for Windows Server and Linux VMs, integrated with software defined networking capabilities for straightforward migration and deployment.