Building a strategy for periodic optimization of Azure environments

 
English Intermediate Management & Governance

Reviewing Azure environments and optimizing these periodically is very critical in a fast-changing landscape. Having the right strategy goes a long way. In this session, we will look at building the strategy and will see what key items to consider when optimizing your Azure environments from security, cost, performance, and support perspectives.

Speakers

Aman Sharma

5-times MVP and Principal Consultant at Lunavi

Aman Sharma is a five-time Microsoft MVP in Azure and has presented at various events including Microsoft TechReady, Virtual Tech Day, TechEd, User Groups, etc. He is a Principal Consultant at Lunavi and a former employee of Microsoft. He has designed and built enterprise cloud solutions. In his day-to-day work, he focuses on building solutions around different services within Microsoft Azure.

Eric Bogenschuetz

Senior Cloud Architect at Eversource Energy

Lead Azure Cloud Domain Architect at Eversource Energy, the largest energy provider in New England. With over 10 years of IT experience, Eric designs and operates enterprise-scale Azure environments including architecture, dev/test, automation, monitoring, and daily management.

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