At Microsoft Inspire in July there were some pretty big announcements regarding Azure Stack HCI. This resulted in a lot of excitement and a lot of questions. To help get some of those questions answered I pulled together some experts from the community and Microsoft to discuss the announcements and answer your questions.
From Microsoft I am joined by Darren Small, John Marlin and Thomas Maurer and we also have MVPs Kenny Low and Jan-Tore Pedersen.
I will publish a blog in the next week or so with a summary of our conversation and all of the questions and answers. In the mean time I have included some important links below so check them out!
For asking questions or reporting issues, you should go to https://aka.ms/hci-qa. Think of this as the old MSDN forums. When you ask a question, please ensure “azure-stack-hci” is the tag as this is what the Microsoft Product Group is searching on.
For suggesting new features or improvements, you can go to https://aka.ms/hci-uservoice.
For more information about Azure Stack HCI, you can visit our Azure Stack HCI page (https://azure.com/hci) or read through the various documentation (planning, deploying, etc) that is available at https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure-stack/hci/?branch=release-hci.
For the support billing options and pricing, you should be able to get it at https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/support/plans/. The Premier/Unified Support option is not listed as this is not a specific Azure support offering, however, it does cover Azure Stack HCI. For opening up a support ticket, you can either call in or use the open a ticket through Azure.