Life is good when an enterprise’s cloud infrastructure is working well. But when the inevitable problems arise, it’s smart to be prepared with a proper technical support plan to get expert help as soon as possible. Continue reading
Running an Azure cloud infrastructure securely and effectively for every business also means maintaining a solid backup of all the data in the cloud. Continue reading
If you’re considering an Azure Windows Server deployment, GUI familiarity and process improvements shouldn’t be your only reasons. Continue reading
Join us for episode 3 of the new MVPIT Pro Podcast, featuring your hosts Andy Syrewicze
@asyrewicze from Altaro Software and myself @netwatch #specialguest Jeffrey Snover @jsnover #AzureStack #MVPBuzz
In this episode Andy and Rob Talk about:
- Windows Server 2019 TP Build 17666
- Microsoft Loves Linux!
- Steps that IT Pros can take today to become Microsoft MVPs
- and much, much more!
Our special guest interview this episode features The one and only Jeffrey Snover, Microsoft Technical Fellow and Creator of PowerShell!
Enjoy 🙂 !!!
In most cases, a lift-and-shift cloud migration does little more than provide basic redundancy. A better approach—that offers better efficiency and better value—is to move cloud-ready workloads over to Azure, keep legacy applications on-premise, and set up orchestration to manage cloud recovery and backup.
Following general evaluation and planning, when you reach consensus from each team on the cloud migration plan, you’ll need to execute the plan. Getting down to the details in your mind, you’ll find yourself asking: How do I proceed? In this guide, I’ll break down the major steps involved in each phase of the Azure migration process. Continue reading