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This e-book is for database architects and developers who are considering how their database solutions can be compliant with privacy regulations like the GDPR and want to know how to build privacy capabilities into their applications. By reading this e-book, you’ll see how embracing compliance as part of your solutions will make your apps more attractive to existing and prospective customers. Plus, this e-book also outlines how the capabilities and features of Azure data services help you build the privacy features your customers want into your solutions.
Cloud Operating Model helps organizations with a simplified cloud adoption journey with Microsoft Azure. It contains detailed information to cover an end-to-end cloud adoption journey, starting from assessing cloud readiness, to defining business and technology strategy.
This executive summary provides an overview of the Microsoft Cloud Operating Model (COM) guide. Microsoft has defined a cloud adoption framework, the Cloud Operating Model, to help organizations with a simplified cloud adoption journey with Microsoft Azure.
Read this white paper for an overview of the high-level network architecture, then dive into the details and requirements around the automated deployment of Corda nodes—Java virtual machine runtimes with a unique network identity running the open source Corda blockchain software. You’ll get a better understanding of how to:Deploy the Corda Enterprise node on Azure.Integrate the Corda node with Azure Key Vault.Provision the Corda node to the Corda TestNet.Manage monitoring and telemetry on Azure.
The Cloud Operating Infographic is a representation of the Cloud Operating Model. It shows in a simplified flow, the 3 strategies included in the COM, Business, People and Technology, and includes a brief definition of the modules that build up each strategy. For full reference please download the Cloud Operating Model Full Document, and the Cloud Operating Model Executive Summary.
This infographic covers the key findings in the 2018 "State of Hybrid Cloud" survey by Microsoft and research firm Kantar TNS. Learn how many enterprises are using hybrid cloud, why and what benefits they are finding from it. Plus, you will also find a link to an on-demand video with the full report contents.
While it’s clear what the potentials of cloud computing are for your organization, it may be unclear the adjustments your IT organization will need to make in transitioning to the cloud. This guide is designed to help your IT team more effectively implement and integrate cloud technologies. You’ll explore key cloud concepts as well as Azure-specific tips and tactics around: General architectures that incorporate security, identity, and cloud design principles.DevOps and how it fits with cloud technologies. Integrating, planning, and managing cloud resources. Microsoft Azure governance.
As more users migrate their SAP workloads to Azure, they will discover the benefits of migrating the Microsoft SQL Server data tier as well. Storing SQL Server data files on Azure can help speed migration, improve security, and provide high availability and disaster recovery. This guide by Ravi Alwani of AzureCAT addresses common questions from SAP users. It explains how to store SQL Server data files using Azure Blob Storage and set up file-snapshot backups, which provide nearly instantaneous backups and quicker restores for database files stored using the Azure Blob Storage service.
Cloud computing is empowering digital transformation across industries. Silicon is the foundation of the technology industry, and new opportunities are emerging in cloud computing for silicon (semiconductor) development. The workflows for silicon development have pushed the limits of compute, storage, and networking. Over time, these workflows have expanded to handle the increasing size, density, and manufacturing complexity of the industry. This has pushed the limits of high-performance computing (HPC) and storage infrastructure. Azure provides a globally available HPC platform that’s reliable and scalable. It offers an array of security tools and capabilities, and it meets current and emerging infrastructure needs with a silicon design and development workflow based on EDA software. Read this white paper to learn more about configuring Azure services for silicon development.
Governments worldwide are adopting innovative methods that can not only enhance their service delivery capabilities, but also do it in the most cost effective, secure, highly available, and highly performant environment. The example architecture described here is a result of the Azure Customer Advisory Team’s (AzureCAT) experience in working with multiple partners selected as service providers by a government agency. The architecture provided a practical approach for building a solution that fulfilled the government’s requirements.