Category: Cloud Foundation

Starting 2024 the right way, again! 5 great resources to help create a successful Azure Environment

Earlier this month I wrote a post about my key takeaways from 2023, related to core foundational elements that need consideration when planning and deploying an Azure Environment. In this post, I wanted to focus on 5 key items I’ve found helpful when designing, enhancing, and supporting Azure environments – with a specific focus on key foundational areas, aligned to […]

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Starting 2024 the right way… Foundational Azure takeaways from 2023

Background Just over a year ago (time flies!), I wrote a post about the importance of the right foundation when working with Cloud Environments – it’s an area that I talk to customers, both new and existing, about all the time. The right foundation in my view is absolutely integral to ensuring success in Cloud environments, and is also essential […]

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Azure Advisor – Testing the Cost Optimization Workbook Public Preview

Public preview: Assess cost optimization opportunities using new workbook template in Azure Advisor

Recently the Azure Advisor Cost Optimization Workbook was made available in Public Preview. This workbook aims to provide a centralised location that enables a number of common methods for identifying cost optimization opportunities, aligned to the Well Architected Framework Cost Optimization Pillar. It is a great place to start a cost optimization journey and make effective changes to ensure optimal […]

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Cloud Chat Monthly – March 2023 Writeup

On Friday last week Jon Jarvis and myself hosted our first Cloud Chat Monthly Session. As this was our first session, we started off with an introduction to Cloud Chat Monthly, talked about our goals and objectives, and then went into our first technical session – “Unleashing the Power of Code-Driven Virtual Desktop Deployments: AVD & Windows 365“. Upcoming April […]

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Cloud done the right way – Start with a Foundation

Within any Cloud Environment, a solid Cloud Foundation is an essential part of the journey. The creation of a suitable foundation should ideally occur well before any workload is onboarded or any service provisioned. In my role as an Architect, I regularly engage with customers and organizations looking to progress or begin a Cloud Journey, and therefore I am regularly […]

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