Extend your Active Directory to Azure

 
Portuguese Intermediate Other

The attendees get the following take away points from this session: • Extending an on-premise Windows Server Active Directory ( AD ) infrastructure into the cloud is an important topic to consider when planning the migration or implementation of cloud-based applications Features Covered: • Many existing applications require Active Directory for authentication and identity management. • When migrating applications to the cloud, having a locally accessible Active Directory is an important factor to ensuring that AD authentication is fast and reliable. Session Objectives: • How to implement • What are the architectures • Using best practices

Speaker

Nuno Árias Silva

Inetum, Solutions Architect Manager – Modern Workplace Lead

I advise my clients to be proactive in adopting new Microsoft technologies that help them to reach business needs and to accomplish their goals. Nuno Arias Silva has more than 20 years working on IT, with a Master in Information Technologies, last projects have more focus on Office 365, Infrastructures and Security within Microsoft Infrastructure Products. Biography Solutions Architect Manager at Inetum – Modern Workplace Lead – Microsoft Solutions Architect – MVP Office Apps and Services and MCT at Inetum (Microsoft Gold Partner) for Microsoft Office 365, Exchange, Private Cloud, Infrastructure, Active Directory, SQL and Auditing Microsoft Products, support at pre-sales and sales areas. Specialist in Office 365, with a focus on Exchange, Virtualization, and System Center: With more than 20 years of experience in Datacenter Architectures, Nuno has 40+ certifications (MCT, MCSE, MCITP, MCSA, and MCTS among others). Experience in enterprise environments: He has worked in several industries, including Aerospace, Transportation, Energy, Manufacturing, Financial Services, Government, Health Care, Telecoms and IT Services, Gas-Oil companies in different countries and continents. Assisted Microsoft in the development of workshops and special events and case studies, and as a speaker at several Microsoft events. Contributes to several articles and publications in various blogs and communities.

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