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Infrastructure Management

Cloud lessons learned: Four companies that migrated Windows Server

Provided by Microsoft

Category Infrastructure Management

Type White Paper

Publish Date February 13 2019

Overview

This e-book is for CIOs, CTOs, Senior IT Managers, and IT directors whose companies are currently using Windows Server 2008 (including Windows Server 2008 R2), for which extended support will expire on January 14, 2020. It illustrates the main benefits of moving to Azure Virtual Machines, particularly regarding security, savings, support, and the development experience. This e-book provides understanding and insight into the strategic and tactical aspects of such a move, as well as the business benefits (such as TCO/ROI), scope, and requirements to help you weigh your options.

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