ESLZ - Well Architected Network

 
English Expert Networking

Network topology and connectivity are fundamental for organizations that are planning their landing zone design in Azure. Networking is central to almost everything inside a landing zone, in this session we will talk about building an Enterprise Scale Landing Zone with Well architected network connectivity and patterns. We will discuss different scenarios 1. How to design Azure network and connectivity for large enterprises who have multiple offices across the globe 2. how to build a scalable network with resiliency 3. Common networking design patterns vs Anti-patterns 4. Implement monitoring to gain deeper insight into the network connectivity and troubleshooting

Speakers

Deepak Maheshwari

Principal Customer Engineer

Deepak Maheshwari works in the customer success unit at Microsoft. Deepak's primary focus is to help Azure customers around ANZ to succeed with their cloud journeys through Cloud Adoption Framework (CAF), Enterprise-Scale Landing Zones (ESLZ), and Well-Architected Framework (WAF).

Nirmal Thewarathanthri

Networking

Cloud Networking Specialist

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