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The Cloud Skills Show: Hybrid Cloud & Azure Migrate

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Join us for the final Cloud Skills Show livestream of 2020 as we talk to a panel of experts about Azure Migrate and Hybrid environments.

In this episode, we looked at running a Hybrid Cloud environment within your IT department. A lot of workloads are suitable for migrating to the Cloud but some aren’t. We talked about the migration process, tools to help assist you and also look at extending Azure to on-premises environments.

This week's guests were:

Unfortunately Lisa was unable to join us, but hopes to join us for a future edition of the show. Get well soon, Lisa!

Guests on the show - read above for biography

Resources from today

Resource URL
Azure Hybrid and Multicloud
Azure Migration Centre
Hybrid Cloud Management
Azure Hybrid Benefit
Azure Migrate Overview
Azure Migrate Learning Path
Assess your AWS VMs with Azure Migrate
Azure Stack HCI Learning Path
Azure Stack HCI Interview
Azure Spring Clean Event

Every week we livestream on Microsoft's Learn TV and you'll also be able to find the show on Twitter @MSdevUK and on the Microsoft Developer UK YouTube account. Join us for this show at these times each Thursday:

Singapore Mumbai Berlin London NYC Seattle
10pm 7.30pm 3pm 2pm 9am 6am

The show is taking a festive break after 17th December and will return in January.

If you require captioning, that’s available on Learn TV and YouTube via the controls below the video.

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