Azure governance: from Zero to Hero

 
Italiano Intermediate Management & Governance

L’adozione di soluzioni legate al cloud pubblico, con le sue caratteristiche di dinamicità e rapidità di provisioning, rende fondamentale la definizione delle politiche di governance. Non solo, la semplicità di delega e un modello di costi legato al consumo, espone l’azienda ad un rischio di perdita di controllo sui costi. Si tratta quindi non solo di un tema legato alla supportability degli ambienti realizzati, ma anche di una possibile esposizione finanziaria non prevedibile se non governata. La Governance dell’ambiente Azure è resa possibile da una serie di servizi appositamente progettati per consentire una gestione ed un costante controllo delle varie risorse Azure su vasta scala. In questa sessione verranno approfondite le tecniche per definire e gestire al meglio la governance dei servizi in Azure grazie all’esperienza maturata in anni di lavoro con il cloud pubblico.

Speaker

Francesco Molfese

Cloud Infrastructure Director presso 4wardPRO, Microsoft MVP Cloud and Datacenter Managemen

Francesco Molfese graduated in Computer Engineering at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia in 2004. In 2005 he began his work experience in the Information Technology (IT) sector. Since 2012 he holds the qualification of "Microsoft Certified Trainer" (MCT) which has led him to teach several official Microsoft courses concerning Microsoft Azure. In 2016, Microsoft awarded him the title "Most Valuable Professional" (MVP) in the "Cloud and Datacenter Management" specialization for sharing his technical expertise and for his commitment to Microsoft and the communities. At the company where he works, he holds the role of Director of the "Cloud Infrastructure" Business Unit, where he is responsible for the company's technical presence in the Cloud Infrastructure market. He defines, directs, and shares the organizational, technological, and strategic vision of the Business Unit. He coordinates and governs the carrying out of the activities of the working groups and all the research and development activities of the Business Unit. Furthermore, he oversees the organizational and procedural flows that affect this Business Unit. Francesco is also the Community Lead of the Italian Cloud Community (www.cloudcommunity.it) and he is a frequent speaker at leading IT Pro conferences in Italy.

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