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Due to increasing requirements in terms of agility and scalability regarding IT services, the cloud is unstoppably gaining relevance. To exploit the full potential of hybrid IT operations, targeted optimisations about tools, processes, roles, and the service delivery model are indispensable.

As one of the leading providers of cloud services, Microsoft invites you to a series related to Azure Operation for an open exchange of experiences to address and deal with the most important aspects in the transformation from traditional IT operations to a modern service provider in your company.

The series will conclude with an open discussion session to share experiences, challenges, and recommendations on each topic:


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Session Name


Monday 13 February 2023

10:00 am – 11:30 am

Road to Cloud (level 100)
The “Road to the Cloud” session will introduce an end-to-end story, based on a Datacentre to Cloud Migration. You will hear from our experts about best practices,
possible challenges and blockers companies may be faced with and how you may prevent yourself from pitfalls.

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Tuesday 14 February 2023

10:00 am – 11:30 am

How to operate a digital product (level 200)
Operation is a very important topic for an IT organization, but how do you operate your cloud environment?
During this session, we will focus on the key challenges from the people, process and technology perspective and the best way to approaching them.

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Wednesday 15 February 2023

10:00 am – 11:30 am

How to prevent cyberattacks and mature your daily operation (level 100)
Cyberattacks are a threat for every company nowadays. To prevent them you need to bring people, process and technology together to mitigate the risk of a cyberattack.
In our session we are talking, based on field examples, how to prevent the risk of a cyberattacks and mature you daily operation from a people, process and technology perspective.

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