Modernizing your .NET applications to Azure

 
English Intermediate Migration

By 2022, it is expected that 90% of companies will use IaaS or PaaS cloud services according to Gartner. Adopting PaaS services as part of your journey to the cloud allows you to focus more on the providing business value to your end users rather than managing the underlying infrastructure. Modernizing your applications to the cloud is about taking advantage of PaaS services with minimal modification to these applications. In this session, we will discuss why, when and how to modernize our existing .NET applications to Azure, the common challenges that we may face, what to consider as part of our modernization journey (including elements to pay attention to), the tools that we can use and what to do once the modernization phase is complete.

Speaker

Ahmed Tidjani Belmansour

Cofomo Québec, Cloud Solutions Architect, Microsoft Azure MVP

Computer enthusiast who wrote his first line of code in 1988, in QBasic on a Yamaha MSX (if that reminds you something, then you just betrayed your age ☺). I work as a Cloud Solutions Architect at Cofomo Quebec (https://www.cofomo.com/fr/bureaux/quebec). I am also a Microsoft Azure MVP and the co-organizer of the Azure Quebec Community (https://www.meetup.com/fr-FR/azureqc/). I've been using Azure since 2009 and I love what the platform has become over the years. I like to share my knowledge and experience with you and I also like to learn from yours.

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