Take on the journey to cloud success with confidence and control.
In this 5 part webinar series, we will assist customers in their Azure adoption. We will uncover what it takes to prepare: building your plan, aligning your teams, determining skilling requirements, and building your landing zone. Then, we will go through how to get your workloads into Azure, either by migrating them or using cloud-native technologies to enhance them.
Examine your cloud adoption plan
January 13, 2021 at 11:00 AM Pacific Time
An in-depth look at how Microsoft has helped customers move to Azure using a proven framework to address key areas of transformation. We will address how your cloud adoption plan can help you shape your organization, establish operating principles, build a backlog, and define the key skills required.
Build a landing zone that supports your goals
January 20, 2021 at 11:00 AM Pacific Time
We will walk through the different options for building out your landing zone as well as the key decisions that need to be made. Whether you are new to Azure or an existing customer, we have options to help improve and evolve your landing zone.
Establish the right operating principles
January 27, 2021 at 11:00 AM Pacific Time
Cloud adoption affects many areas of a business, but none more than operations and management. We will walk through some of the technology we can use to help drive operational efficiency, as well as to guide improvements around security, cost, and governance.
Drive agility in your business with Azure
February 3, 2021 at 11:00 AM Pacific Time
The cloud enables agile development by providing resources when they are needed. To do this effectively, it helps to think about environments as code. Almost everything in Azure can be automated through your DevOps pipelines, which brings people from different teams closer together in the process of building applications and services.
Architect your solutions to optimize your workload
February 10, 2021 at 9:00 AM Pacific Time
You’ve built out your Azure environment and defined your rules and operating model. Next, we will use our Well-Architected methodology to walk through what it takes to architect solutions so that they are highly available, resilient, cost-effective, secure, and operationally efficient.