Your App are ready for Cloud? Ask to CAF!

English Intermediate Architecture

Our on premise application need to be more fast? Scalable? Offer innovative services? The way to get is obviously the cloud, but migration is not simple and you can't deal with it in a simplistic way. The Microsoft Cloud Adoption Framework (CAF) give us many tools to help in infrastructure and application migration and modernization to the cloud, with the correct timing and opportunity case by case. Let's see how to address these scenarios in a very interactive session.


Marco Dal Pino

Microsoft MVP, Intel BlackBelt & Innovator, Speaker, Advisory Engineer

Marco Dal Pino has been working in the IT for almost 25 years as a Freelance Consultant working on .NET platform. He develops Mobile and Embedded Application for retail and enterprise Sector. He is also involved in developing Windows Phone and Windows 10 application for 3rd party company. He is a Trainer and a Speaker in the main technical conference. He is part of the staff of DotNetToscana a community focused on Microsoft technologies. In 2013 Microsoft recognize him the title of Microsoft MVP . Since May 2014 he has been an Intel Software Innovator for Realsense and IoT technologies. In 2015 Intel has recognized him the title of Intel Black Belt Software Developer. In 2017 he joined Projest SPA as Enterprise IT Manager. From 2020 he's Advisory Engineer in SoftJam SpA.

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