CloudBrew 2019 – Session Content

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The last conference of the year (for me) is rum…the CloudBrew 2019 in Mechelen, Belgium. Over two days, knowledge-hungry people were able to learn everything about the Microsoft Cloud. Among them topics like Governance, Security, PaaS Transformation, etc..

I was allowed to be there as a speaker and present two sessions…

Azure Networking – Deep Dive

In this session we are immersed in networking basics, connection possibilities, up to new topics like Azure Private Link.

Session Description:

There are many connection options in Azure. Either you are connecting from on-prem to Azure, Azure to Azure or Service to Service. This session will focus on available networking options for common services, costs, architectures and best practices for implementation. We will also talk about when network is no longer your business…

You can find the slides in my GitHub Repo

Hyper-V to Azure Migration – Lessons learned

This session keeps track of the current status of Hyper-V to Azure migrations. In addition to the technical possibilities and limits, I also discussed experiences and stumbling blocks.

Session Description:

Everyone is dreaming of a successful cloud migration. But there are numerous hurdles to overcome along the way. Whether it is really possible to migrate successfully from Hyper-V to Azure and where the stumbling blocks lie, you can find out in this session. A report about project experiences, lessons learned, preference of 3rd party products and a little cloud satire…

You can find the slides in my GitHub Repo

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