Migrating Applications to Azure using Well Architected Framework

 
English Advanced Architecture

In todays world, more and more workloads are moving to the Public Cloud, including old-ish applications, designed and coded many years ago with different architecture styles than today. In this session I will focus on how to migrate an application to Azure, by rearchitecting it so it really benefits from the public cloud functionality. We will go through some concepts of what "Cloud Native" means, but will focus on the Microsoft-designed "Well Architected Framework" to show you how to design the application and the actual migration process so your app in Azure is: performant and scalable, you have minimum time to market (e.g. fast updates), highly available and with a disaster recovery procedure in place, etc.

Speaker

Mihai Tataran

General Manager @Avaelgo, Microsoft Regional Director and MVP

Mihai Tataran is the General Manager of Avaelgo, he is also a Microsoft MVP on Microsoft Azure and Microsoft Regional Director. During the last years Mihai has been working on building Avaelgo's Managed Services business, now being an award-winning Microsoft Gold Partner on Cloud Platform. His main focus is designing products and services on top of the Cloud, helping the Sales processes and also working as a consultant on enterprise projects. Mihai is regular speaker at international conferences: DevReach in Bulgaria, Codecamp Macedonia, Microsoft TechEd, Microsoft Summit; he is also involved in organizing ITCamp Romania.

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