Adding value to your customers, Azure beyond infrastructure management

Providing managed services is not simply looking after the infrastructure. With all the automation tools that exist and everything that Azure provides, infrastructure management is longer the time-consuming task it used to be. Still, to remain relevant you need to add value to your customers. Understand their business, understand their product and help them make life and business easier. In this session we will go by a use case of a software company that runs their solution in Azure. We are going to add value by automating infrastructure and integrate the infrastructure automation with the customer solution.

Wesley Haakman

Wesley Haakman

Microsoft Azure MVP | Lead Azure Architect @ Intercept | MCT | CISSP

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