This week at the Microsoft Ingnite 2018 conference in Orlando FL, Microsoft invited customers and partners from all over the world. In one of the sessions about Azure Stack, Daniel Savage (Principal PM Manager at Microsoft) announced that Microsoft is working on GPU support for Azure Stack. Azure Stack GPU support will bring Azure n-series virtual machines to Azure Stack which then can be used for various scenarios. This was not publicly announced yet in the Azure Stack roadmap, which was last updated in February 2018 and will soon see a refresh.
Microsoft was not mentioning the exact timeline, but it looks like when can expect this in the near future.
For Azure Services on Azure Stack, Microsoft also announced that Microsoft is not only working on bringing Azure IoT Hub to Azure Stack (which was announced a while ago), but also bringing Event Hub down to Azure Stack. One of the main reasons for this is that IoT Hub has some dependencies on Azure Event Hub.
You can watch the full session on the Microsoft Ignite page.Tags: Azure, Azure Stack, Azure Stack GPU, Azure Stack GPU Support, Azure Stack Roadmap, GPU, GPU Azure Stack, Graphic Cards, Microsoft, Microsoft Inspire, n-Series, n-series Virtual Machines, Roadmap, VMs Last modified: September 26, 2018