We'll discuss the actual journey that customers take to migrate to the cloud using the Cloud Adoption Framework. Our focus will be on the insights gained from their experience in adopting Azure. We'll cover topics such as the starting point and approach taken, the choices made during planning and design, and the actions taken upon reaching the destination. Ultimately, it's the journey, not just the end result, that matters. Would you be interested in learning more?
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