What is Microsoft Azure Dev Tools for Teaching?
Azure Dev Tools for Teaching (previously known as Microsoft Imagine Standard and Premium) is a subscription-based offering for accredited schools and departments providing access to tools commonly used in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) programs. It provides professional developer and designer tools, software, and services from Microsoft to your faculty and students. It includes our latest technologies and cloud services to inspire and excite students. And, it provides educators a diverse set of resources to ensure their classrooms challenge, engage, and motivate students in new ways. This programme has the following goals:
- Provide access to our software and platforms: Educators and students get access to our products and technologies, giving them choices for current and future educational opportunities.
- Deliver outstanding value: These subscription-based memberships provide convenient per-user licence management, removing the complexity of licenses across multiple environments. Software that is acquired through your Azure Dev Tools for Teaching subscription is only for instructional and research purposes; you can not use it to run the infrastructure of a department.
Related questions and answers
Yes. Azure Stack Hub is an extension of Azure and the support for Azure Stack Hub is included in the Standard, Professional Direct and Premier paid support plans. Please note that Stack is not included in the Developer paid support plan.
We have designed our Azure Support plans to meet different business needs. Paid support plans provide access to Technical Support for break-fix issues on a 24x7 basis. Higher tiers of support plans offer faster initial response times and access to Advisory support, Configuration Optimisation Reviews, and other benefits. More information about the existing support plans can be found at the Azure Support Plans page.
Azure Stack Hub is covered by the Standard, Pro Direct and Premier support plans.
If you purchased your support plan through the Azure website or Azure portal or if you have one under a Microsoft Customer Agreement, you may cancel your existing plan and then purchase a higher-tier plan in the Azure portal.
If you have an Enterprise Agreement, contact your Microsoft representative or partner.
You may purchase a support plan online through the Azure website or Azure portal. A support plan is also available with a Microsoft Customer Agreement. If you have an Enterprise Agreement and you would like to purchase a Professional Direct support plan, contact your Microsoft representative or partner.
If you purchased your support plan through the Azure website or Azure portal or if you have one under a Microsoft Customer Agreement, we will automatically renew it using the payment method on file.
If you purchased your support plan through a Microsoft representative or partner, they will notify you when it is time to renew.
If you purchased your support plan through the Azure website or Azure portal or if you have one under a Microsoft Customer Agreement, you can make changes in the Azure portal. To change your support plan, you must first cancel your existing plan and then purchase a new one. To cancel, select the support plan subscription you want to cancel, and then select Cancel subscription*.
If you have questions about changing or cancelling your support plan, create a new support request. For Issue type*, select Subscription management*. Select the applicable support plan and then select Request for cancellation of a subscription*. Because support plans are billed monthly, you won’t get a prorated refund if you cancel before the end of the month.
If you purchased your support plan through a Microsoft representative or partner, contact them for assistance.