Transforming Enterprise Legacy Systems into Modern and Agile Enterprise Technology Platforms

Transforming Enterprise Legacy Systems into Modern and Agile Enterprise Technology Platforms

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In this webinar, Version 1 and Microsoft discussed how to effectively migrate, modernise and transform legacy enterprise systems (such as older versions of Oracle) to the Microsoft Azure platform. This webinar was aimed at senior IT decision makers and provides information and guidance to help achieve success in your organisation’s migration of Oracle and other complex legacy systems to Azure.

In our experience, organisations are increasingly looking to move more mission-critical legacy enterprise workloads to the Azure platform. However, given their critical nature, they want to migrate them in a way which delivers business benefits in a rapid and predictable manner, whilst minimising business risk and organisational impact. This insightful session hosted by Roger Whitehead of Version 1 and Will Rowley of Microsoft covered:

How to effectively migrate, modernise and transform legacy enterprise legacy systems (e.g. older versions of Oracle) to the Microsoft Azure platform
The key technical and business challenges encountered and how these can be resolved or mitigated
The range of migration, transformation and modernisation options available in Microsoft Azure

The approaches and technologies discussed in this webinar provide an effective overview of how enterprise legacy systems can be transformed into modern and agile enterprise technology platforms, that fully support constantly changing and evolving business needs.

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Maximising Value While Migrating Oracle to Microsoft Azure