Awesome use case writeups released this week to report on. Notes from the field run through of an Active Directory Federated Services migration to Azure AD, detecting room occupancy with Azure Percept, and a migration filled Microsoft Learn Module of the Week.
Notes from the Field: Migrating Active Directory Federated Services to Azure Active Directory
Eric Woodruff, Microsoft Customer Engineer, shares his knowledge and notes from the field learned from numerous Active Directory Federated Services to Azure Active Directory migrations. While each organization is unique, patterns are noticeable, and Eric helps demystify some common blockers to assist in the movement to cloud-native authorization.
Details on what was learned during the multiple app migrations can be found here: AD FS to Azure AD Migrations: Notes from the Field
Using Azure Percept to detecting room occupancy
During current times, room occupancy is top of mind for many businesses to ensure everyone's safety. Microsoft MVP, Goran Vuksic, shares a great Azure Percept use case to address the room occupancy opportunity.
Harnessing the Azure Percept DK and its camera, Goran can detect people in a room, upload data to Azure IoT Hub and stream it using an Azure Stream Analytics job into a Power BI dataset to offer a nice visualization in a Power BI report.
Details on the build can be found here: Detecting room occupancy with Azure Percept
- Testing in Production - Producer Pierre and Steve the Audio Guy are back to share their livestream learnings
MS Learn Module of the Week
Migrating App Workloads and Data to Azure
Determine a migration approach for on-premises workloads and databases and ready those resources for migration to Microsoft Azure. Migrate on-premises Hyper-V-based application workloads and relational data to the cloud using Azure Migrate.
This module details how to:
- Design your migration to Azure.
- Prepare on-premises workloads for migration to Azure
- Migrate on-premises workloads to Azure
- Migrate your relational data stored in SQL Server to Azure SQL Database
Learn more here: Migrate application workloads and data to Azure
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