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In the last installment of Microsoft’s Cloud Adoption Framework for Azure blog series, we talked about strategizing your move to the cloud – more specifically the motivations, desired business outcomes, and critical first cloud adoption project.
This post will discuss the Planning and Ready phases of the Cloud Adoption Framework. Links in each section connect you with useful tools, resources, and additional information for refining your cloud adoption strategy.
During the planning phase, you will turn a strategy into actionable milestones. Various teams will use the cloud adoption plan to align their technical efforts with the business strategy.
Figure 1 – Mapping of skills to IT roles in a cloud-hosted environment.
These four exercises help you develop a cloud adoption plan.
Now that you have a plan, and assuming a cloud provider has been chosen, it is the time to get started with Microsoft Azure.
The first and most important thing to do is the creation of the Landing Zone.
Figure 2 – Considerations for implementing any landing zone deployment.
The following exercises guide you through the process of creating a landing zone to support cloud adoption:
Lastly, be sure to check out the Skills readiness path for the Ready phase of Microsoft’s Cloud Adoption Framework for Azure.
The next post will focus on how to help your customers migrate and/or innovate with the Azure Cloud.
This is the third post in a multipart blog series which will continue to dive deep into the lifecycle components and the tools of the Cloud Adoption Framework.
Partners in commercial and government sales & implementation will benefit from understanding the lifecycle of Microsoft’s Cloud Adoption Framework for Azure, as it will enable them to help their customers and deliver a successful migration to the cloud. Furthermore, partners can build a practice (or refine their cloud practice) around the various phases or components of Microsoft’s Cloud Adoption Framework for Azure.
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