More often than not, something will get overlooked when you're investigating a major upgrade or migration. In this course, Assessing and Planning Microsoft Azure Migration, you will learn foundational knowledge of what it takes to determine your data center workload's Azure readiness. First, you will learn what tools and resources you will need to get the job done. Next, you will discover how to create an Azure Migrate project and discover your VM workloads. Finally, you will explore how to assess your on-premises SQL instances and whether or not they can make the shift. When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of Azure Migrations needed to assess and plan your migration to Microsoft Azure.
Course Overview [Autogenerated] everyone. My name is Michael Tuskegee. Welcome to my course. Assessing and planning Microsoft Azure migration I'm an author evangelist here at plural site. There's a shift happening today as we look at the data center landscape. Today's enterprise is evolving at a rapid pace more than ever, cos air, reimagining their data centers and leveraging the clouds durability as well. A scale ability while driving down capital expenditures. This course is focused on assessing your on premises environment and determining what workloads, whether it's virtual machines or databases, are ready to make the move. And if not, what can you do to improve their azure readiness while reducing downtime during the migration? Now some of the major topics that we will cover include well, you can't get the job done without the right tools. I'll introduce you to the resource is and tools to get your assessment completed with high confidence. Next will ever is the azure migrate service, while creating a project which will provide you with a one stop shop for all things migration. Starting out with your initial workload, discovery and assessments while identifying any workload dependencies which cannot be overlooked and then finally will assess your sequel instances and identify the readiness for azure as well. By the end of this course, you'll be able to confidently identify your on premises, workloads and databases that air as you're ready or almost ready, while also gaining an understanding of what your operational expenses may look like. Providing you with up to date information, enabling you to make the right decision for your company. Before beginning this course, you should have a general familiarity with the public cloud infrastructures of service platform as a service as well as an intermediate understanding of managing on premises. Of'em along with BM Wear V Center. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn how to assess your work clothes with the assessing and planning Microsoft Azure Migration Course here at plural site.