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21st August 2018, 11:00 – 11:30 (plus 15 minutes Q&A)

Microsoft Azure is a powerful and feature-rich cloud platform offering opportunities for building services and applications that link with, supplement or replace legacy infrastructure solutions. You may require additional compute capability because your on-premises infrastructure is at capacity or you may wish to migrate from your legacy datacentre.

But what’s involved in making use of this platform? What is the starting point and how do you implement into it or migrate services into it? How can applications be transformed and what security services can we wrap around this?

In this series of brief webinars, expert consultants from our Azure team will provide a high-level introduction to Azure, moving from basic preparations through to migrating services or transforming applications and then on to security and monitoring.

Consultants from Silversands will share their thoughts and ideas for deploying and working with the Microsoft Azure platform to deliver virtual machine capability, transformed applications, security and monitoring that can support the requirements of organisations of all types and sizes.

Azure journey webinar 4. Agenda:

  • Monitoring options
  • Azure monitoring services overview
  • Demonstration
  • Approach to implementation

 

Who should attend this webinar?

This event is suitable for both business and technical decision makers. You are welcome to attend the full series of webinars or pick and choose those most relevant to you. Please feel free to extend the invitation to any colleagues or business contacts that you may feel will benefit from hearing from our expert consultants.

 

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