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Since we started to help customers of all sizes to deploy cloud technologies, we have developed many frameworks which all evolved in parallel over time. You may have heard about: Cloud Adoption Framework, Cloud Operations Model, Entreprise Cloud Strategy, Entreprise Scaffolding and maybe a couple more.
One of the most intimidating aspects of cloud adoption is the governance: how to manage new risks that are involved with cloud deployments and how to accompany that with entreprise processes and policies (and how does it remain current).
It is of course an iterative process that will evolve as you add new services into your environment: from dev/test to prod, and from legacy 3-tiers application to a brand new cloud-native application.
We distinguish 5 disciplines in governance:
But the difficulty is the first step: how do I get a minimal viable product (MVP) for my first cloud deployment?
Actions: In order to avoid you the blank page syndrome, we have prepared you some actions:
We used to talk a lot of “scaffolding” as it is an excellent checklist, or set of mandatory technical implentation details for a good cloud deployment. It is being replaced by the “landing zone” construct (see next section).
Here is a refresher picture about what scaffolding includes:
Please find below materials from our online session for 29th August 2018 10am Singapore time!
Microsoft Azure enables you to meet the compliance requirements for data confidentiality, while ensuring data integrity and availability at all times. Tune in to this webinar to find out more about the available security technologies for your application and learn more about the security tools to help you meet the data compliance and protection requirements for your organization.
In this article we continue to review our online sessions covering Azure Infrastructure fundamentals that went live couple of weeks ago. Please find below the links to the sessions, the slides, demos and step by steps guides to reproduce the demos!
Session 3: Azure Backup and Disaster Recovery
Azure Site Recovery and Backup are two features that allow you to easily build Disaster Recovery and Backup plans. In this session, we will review the different options that are available to build a DRP that you can rely on.
The security and compliance session review the fundamentals of Azure security in both technical and non-technical terms. After a review of certification against the best in class policies and procedures, we will spend some time reviewing the technologies that customers can leverage to deploy solutions.