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Act now! Migrate your customers running Windows Server and SQL Server 2008/2008 R2 to Azure

Act now! Migrate your customers running Windows Server and SQL Server 2008/2008 R2 to Azure

Windows Server 2008 R2 End of Support End of support is fast approaching for Windows Server and SQL Server 2008/2008 R2. This is a significant opportunity for our partners to migrate those on-premises workloads to Azure. Now is the ideal ... continue reading
Moving Windows Server and SQL Server licenses from SPLA to CSP

Moving Windows Server and SQL Server licenses from SPLA to CSP

As you may heard, now CSP partners can buy Windows Server and SQL Server licenses on behalf of their customers directly in Partner Center. It became possible because on new functionality in Partner Center, described here. New functionality allows partners, ... continue reading
Migration Datacenter to Azure – Part 2

Migration Datacenter to Azure – Part 2

This post provides an overview of key technical considerations, actionable recommendations and common pitfalls related to migration of workloads from an on-premises datacenter to Microsoft Azure. The business related considerations were addressed within the Migrating Datacenter to Azure – Part 1 ... continue reading
“Helping ARM” – Azure Resource Manager step-by-step training

“Helping ARM” – Azure Resource Manager step-by-step training

Talking to service providers in CEE it seems that Azure Resource Manager – ARM – the JSON based template language is something everybody interested. Why? There are several reasons for that. ARM is the bridge between awaited Azure Stack and ... continue reading
Migrating Datacenter to Azure – Part 1

Migrating Datacenter to Azure – Part 1

Background Quite  a while back a Managed Service Provider partner (hereafter referred to as “the MSP”) approached Microsoft regarding migrating one of their datacenter facilities to Azure. The MSP is an experienced managed service provider providing Dynamics ERP, ISV solutions ... continue reading