When highly regulated industries adopt Azure, they aren't just looking for guidance, prescriptive architectures, or auditing. They are looking for enforcement. The Azure Landing Zone team has recently added Landing Zone definitions with policies enforcing "compliant-by-default" guardrails: https://github.com/microsoft/industry/ and specific to FSI: https://aka.ms/fsilz Come and hear about the recent developments in Azure Landing Zones with a specific focus on those targeted to the financial sector.
Craig has been a CSA focused on Infrastructure at Microsoft Denmark for 5 ½ years. Prior to this he was a Premier Field Engineer for Windows for 9½ years.
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