First published on MSDN on Nov 30, 2018
Migrating on-premises applications to Azure provides organizations the benefits of a secured and cost-efficient infrastructure while respecting existing security and networking policies. The
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Azure Virtual Datacenter is an approach to making the most of the Azure cloud platform's capabilities while respecting your existing security and networking policies. When deploying enterprise workloads to the cloud, IT organizations and business units must balance governance with developer agility. Azure Virtual Datacenter provides models to achieve this balance with an emphasis on governance.
This guide, written by Tim Ehlen of AzureCAT, tells how to support a common, enterprise-wide datacenter control plane in the cloud that is integrated with your existing workflows or with the latest DevOps processes. Whether you work with Jenkins, Azure DevOps Services, Visual Studio Team Foundation Server, Atlassian, or other services, this guide can help you automate beyond the CI/CD pipeline to the management and policy layers. The process is laid out step by step, based on real-world examples that we have deployed with enterprise customers on Azure.
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