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Microsoft Azure offers a broad set of tools to support line-of-business and off-the-shelf applications. Along with its own applications, such as Office 365, Microsoft’s been providing tools and guidance to help companies of all sizes follow the 3 Rs: rehosting existing applications on Azure using containers, rebuilding applications using Azure native tools, and refactoring applications to use some Azure services (like replacing on-prem SQL with Azure SQL). Understanding what your options are for moving applications and their dependent services to Azure can be difficult.
In this webcast, we’ll walk you through the 3Rs and help you understand:
- Which applications and tiers are good candidates to move to Azure.
- What tools and assistance Microsoft has to help you.
- How to ensure that your application management journey is as smooth as possible.
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Paul Robichaux is a senior contributing editor for Windows IT Pro, a principal architect for Summit 7 Systems specializing in Exchange and Office 365, and an 11-time Microsoft Exchange Server MVP. He is the author of several books, most recently Exchange Server 2013 Inside Out: Clients, Connectivity, and UM (Microsoft Press). Paul is on Twitter at @paulrobichaux, and he blogs at paulrobichaux.wordpress.com.
Gerry Le Canu is a chief Azure solution architect at Rackspace, specializing in Microsoft technologies. With over 15 years in the high-tech field as an accomplished, principled and innovative technologist, Le Canu supported Rackspace’s growth from 500 to over 5,000 employees by building and managing the systems to support the explosive growth. For the past five years, he has worked in the Rackspace product organization, with responsibility for the management and launch of many service and product offerings, including Rackspace Services for SharePoint, Rackspace Dedicated Exchange, Rackspace Private Cloud Powered by Microsoft Cloud Platform and Fanatical Support for Microsoft Azure.