If you are starting with your cloud journey, there are many things you need to think of to set up your cloud environment and your Azure cloud architecture . Things like networking, subscription management, security, governance, and many more, can be fairly complex. That is where the Cloud Adoption Framework for Azure can deliver proven guidance to help you with your Azure cloud journey. And with Enterprise-scale landing zones, you even get an architectural approach and a reference implementation that enables effective construction and operationalization of landing zones on Azure, at scale. I had the chance to collaborate with Sarah Lean (Azure Cloud Advocate) on an enterprise-scale series of blog posts to show how our fictional company Tailwind Traders can leverage the Cloud Adoption Framework and Azure Landing Zones to accelerate their cloud journey.
You can find our Enterprise-Scale landing zones blog series on the Azure.com blog:
The Microsoft Cloud Adoption Framework for Azure is proven guidance that's designed to help you create and implement the business and technology strategies necessary for your organization to succeed in the cloud. It provides best practices, documentation, and tools that cloud architects, IT professionals, and business decision makers need to successfully achieve short-term and long-term objectives.Microsoft Docs
By using the Microsoft Cloud Adoption Framework for Azure best practices, organizations can better align their business and technical strategies to ensure success.
Next to our Enterprise-Scale landing zones blog series, we will also host a livestream on April 7.
We will be exploring Tailwind Traders and their cloud adoption journey using enterprise-scale architecture in future blog posts. However, if you’d like to learn more about enterprise-scale landing zones then please join Sarah Lean and Thomas Maurer on the 7th April at 8am PST/3pm GMT on LearnTV where we will be doing a Q&A and deployment of an Enterprise-Scale Landing Zone live!
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