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Taking it to the next level with Microsoft Azure – The 5 stage pathway to cloud success

Discover how Data#3’s comprehensive suite of Azure services can help you hit the mark, no matter where you are in your Azure journey.

Microsoft Azure is the fastest growing public cloud.1

And for good reason. The Azure cloud platform promises cost savings, security, flexibility and scalability. Compared to on-premises predecessors, it’s much faster and more resilient. Plus, with access to Azure’s almost unlimited computing power, the very largest enterprises through to small businesses can enjoy increased productivity.

However, these benefits are only realised when Azure is done right. Too often, organisations fall short on their Azure implementation – leading to cost blowouts, inefficiencies or issues with their security. Indeed, having completed hundreds of Azure health checks within Australian businesses that are up and running with cloud, very few organisations had a clean bill of health.

Implementing Azure can seem simple, and in some cases it can be. However, in most cases, deploying Azure does take careful planning. To reap true benefit from Azure, you need to lay the right foundations and secure ongoing support.

This ebook will help you to:

  • Understand the Azure landscape
  • Learn more about Azure’s most common implementation issues
  • See an example of getting Azure right after being wrong
  • Learn how to get the most value from your Azure investment
  • See the 5 stage methodology for Azure success

 

Regardless of where you’re at in your cloud journey, we can help.

Just as no two businesses are the same, we believe no cloud migration should be approached in the same way. At Data#3, we leverage our expertise and our Cloud Migration Framework to determine exactly where you are at in your cloud journey, and create an informed, evidence-based, overarching cloud strategy and staged roadmap that’s fully tailored to your cloud needs and ambitions. Click here to learn more.

1 Forbes (March, 2019). 10 Key Takeaways From RightScale 2019 State Of The Cloud Report From Flexera. [Online] Available at: https://www.forbes.com/sites/janakirammsv/2019/03/03/10-key-takeaways-from-rightscale-2019-state-of-the-cloud-report-from-flexera/#4a98e0651396

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