Moving datacenter to the cloud is not a new story, but can be complicated. During complexity today migration can be really hard and we know where to start and how to approach on this topic. If you are Architect or decision maker who wants to move to the cloud then this session ich just perfect for you.
Dubravko Marak has worked in the IT industry for more than 15 years. During his career, he has worked with many Microsoft Technologies, starting from Windows Server NT 4.0 up until 2012 R2. He is an active member of ITPro community. He is also active as a speaker on other events about Microsoft technologies. On Sinergija 12 he was the second best speaker and he had the most visited presentation. Some of his most notable projects are the migration from NT 4.0 and Exchange 5.5 to the Windows 2003 family, several infrastructure migrations to higher domain levels and the merging of two large German Telecom companies (20k+ users). His most challenging project was building a DR site based completely on Microsoft Technologies (from blueprint to finish). Currently, he is working as an infrastructure architect for his clients. He is Microsoft MVP since 01.10.2012
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