Azure Well Architected Framework in Action

English Intermediate Development

The path that cloud architects must traverse is the one that requires a lot of decision making. It's much like walking in a forest of winding trails and off-tracks. When designing solutions on top of such powerful platform like Azure, it's best to have a framework that serves as a compass to guide you which way to go. In this session, let's take a look at how the Azure Well Architected Framework can help us build great solutions on the cloud & get ready to put it in action


Marilag Dimatulac

Solutions Architect - Dewise

Marilag is a solution architect who puts the building blocks together to solve problems through software. She is the co-owner of Dewise, a development company based in Copenhagen and Manila, delivering web and mobile apps for the enterprise. To give back to the tech community, she has started Azure User Group Manila and speaks regularly at meetups and conferences. She lives two lives on each side of the planet, defying distance, abolishing cross-cultural barriers and scaling walls, to work, play and spend time with wonderfully diverse people.

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