Avoid Cloud Migration Pitfalls: Insights for Managers and Team Leaders

Polish Intermediate AZURE (APPS & INFRA)

We are doing cloud computing for more than a decade right now but still the challenges remain same. Some of those projects are not successful and many CIO's state they dont get from their cloud project what they have expected. There are number of reasons why this happens. During the session I will show you challenges which I have seen throughout my career and explain what went totally wrong.


Michał Furmankiewicz

Head of Consulting, Azure MVP, Microsoft MCT, Cloud GEEK

I am keen on business problem solving and making things easier and smoother. Technology is just one of the tools in my toolbox. What drives and motivates me the most, is when technical solutions drive business outcome. As the Solution Architect, I have the chance to work between business and IT, and connect those two worlds to work as one. Currently, I am driving companies in Poland to understand cloud and build solutions on it. I have spend last 10 years at Microsoft working with enterprises of different scale.

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