With support for Windows Server 2003 ending July 14, 2015, we’ve outlined a four-step process for planning your migration. Find useful resources at each stage to help you catalog, assess, and target workloads. Your migration could signal the start of a new phase of innovation and deliver a substantial return on investment for your organization.
Technical Evangelist Dan Stolts walks through leveraging the Microsoft Assessment and Planning (MAP) Toolkit to assess the current IT infrastructure and begin planning a migration toward a hybrid cloud with Windows Server 2012 R2 and Microsoft Azure.
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Technical evangelist Kevin Remde walks through using the new free Microsoft Azure Virtual Machines Readiness Assessment tool to analyze current on-premises Active Directory, SQL Server and SharePoint Server services. The resulting output provides detailed readiness guidance regarding migration of these services to Azure.
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Prepare for Cloud OS-related certification exams and assessments that validate your understanding of products like System Center and Windows Server. US partners who pass a qualifying exam or assessment by September 30 can enter our drawing for one of three Windows devices. Details and official rules are on the
US Partner Training blog.