Migration to Microsoft Azure: A technical overview

Most migration projects can be divided into three phases: discovery, migration, and optimization. In the discovery phase, you take inventory of resources as a way of determining where migration should start. During the migration process, software tools replicate virtual machines, applications, and data. The optimization phase is continuous, with constant fine tuning. While these steps are straightforward, migration can be tough.

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As part of its digital transformation, Canada’s Capstone Mining needed a hybrid environment. It started shifting workloads to Azure for better scalability and resilience. But they didn’t do it alone; they had help along the way. At Bluechess Consulting, we are industry experts ready to help you transform the way your company does business. If you’re in the market for a cloud solution to upgrade your IT infrastructure, contact us today to learn how we can help. View: Migration to Microsoft Azure: A technical overview

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