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Matt Scherocman

3 Ways Microsoft Azure is Driving Advances in Manufacturing

3 Ways Microsoft Azure is Driving Advances in Manufacturing

Manufacturing organizations continue to seek ways to improve efficiencies and drive productivity. In an increasingly competitive landscape, business leaders are looking to technology to achieve breakthroughs that help them service customers, increase revenue, and reduce costs. To meet these demands, organizations have begun incorporating the many benefits of the Internet of Things (IoT) into their manufacturing operations.

Microsoft is at the leading edge of this technological revolution in manufacturing with its Azure IoT Suite. Some of the world’s most prominent manufacturers, are leveraging Azure to drive advances in three critical areas.

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Sarah Bunt

ON-DEMAND WEBINAR | How to Manage Any Platform, On Any Cloud with the Microsoft Operations Management Suite (OMS)

ON-DEMAND WEBINAR | How to Manage Any Platform, On Any Cloud with the Microsoft Operations Management Suite (OMS)

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Are you looking for a single hybrid solution that manages your entire fleet of servers, from any location – regardless if your running in public, private or hybrid scenarios?

Join Microsoft and Microsoft Gold Certified Office 365 Partner - Interlink Cloud Advisors - in an on-demand event that covers how Microsoft’s Operations Management Suite (OMS) can help you leverage your cloud-scale resources to unlock new, faster ways to solve and prevent problems and protect your systems.

In this webinar, you’ll see just how OMS delivers capabilities and capacity beyond any on-premises management solution by combining a holistic view of all your managed resources across multiple cloud and platforms - with full-featured backup and disaster recovery solutions.

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Sarah Bunt

[On-Demand Webinar] Microsoft Azure Disaster Recovery Scenarios - with Demo

[On-Demand Webinar] Microsoft Azure Disaster Recovery Scenarios - with Demo

Ensure your critical business data is never lost and always safe.

An entirely new breed of threats has emerged that can to knock out your business applications and data.

Join Microsoft and Microsoft Heartland Area Partner of the Year - Interlink Cloud Advisors for an exclusive on-demand webinar that demonstrates how Azure Site Recovery - a hybrid solution for disaster recovery - protects and maintains all your applications and data, without having to maintain a secondary data center.  

view Azure Disaster Recovery Scenarios

Designed for all business and IT professionals, this session walks you through the Azure Site Recovery solution includes a product overview and live demo.

This webinar covers some of the most common workload scenarios and questions, including:

  • Overview of Disaster Recovery solutions
  • Prioritizing workloads for failover
  • Building plans to encompass all types of disasters
  • Pricing options
  • Funding available from Microsoft

Plus, you’ll hear a ton of questions that were asked from our audience during the live event.

View this on-demand event now to hear best practices and insights into using the cloud as your disaster recovery tool.


Presenter

mike wilson

Mike Wilson
V. President | Managing Consultant
Microsoft VTSP and Top Microsoft Cloud Certified

Sarah Bunt

On-Demand Webinar: Microsoft Azure Real World Scenarios [with Demo]

microsoft azure on demand webinar

Want to get one step closer to cloud readiness?

Learn how to embrace the power of Microsoft’s cloud computing platform in this on-demand webinar.

Please join Microsoft and Microsoft Heartland Area Partner of the Year - Interlink Cloud Advisors as we showcase the impact the Azure cloud platform can have across a variety of workloads through a live demo.

Designed for all business and IT professionals, this session will walk you through the Azure platform and how you can use it to can extend your data center, while working seamlessly with your existing tools and infrastructure. 

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We'll cover some of the most common workload scenarios and questions, including:

  • Speed to market - quickness of setting up and provisioning a server with Azure [demo]
  • Protecting data with off-site backups
  • Business continuance and disaster recovery
  • Cost-effective, on-demand dev/test environments
  • Funding available from Microsoft

Whether you have already started moving workloads to the cloud or are just getting started, this webinar offers some best practices and insights into promotions that can further accelerate your cloud projects.

Matt Scherocman

Is Disaster Recovery important when using the cloud? Yes!

Disaster Recovery or DR for short, is a hot topic for many companies and with the spate of hacks and natural disasters and incredible storms, i.e. the snowstorm that hit Buffalo, NY just a few weeks ago, has many companies revisiting their disaster recovery solutions. Today’s blog will talk about DR for your applications running in Azure.

Just because you are storing your app in the cloud doesn’t mean you don’t need a DR strategy, should something like mentioned above happen; are you fully prepared for a temporary or even large scale failure? Before you answer that question, let me ask you another question. Does your company rehearse these failures? Has your company determined what applications, should they go down, what your tolerance level is for that app(s)? Some things to consider when creating your cloud DR plan:

  1. Test your recovery of databases to ensure you have the correct process in place
  2. High Availability
  3. Availability
  4. Scalability
  5. Fault Tolerance

Azure DR

DR is a key component to every company’s long-term success. Taking a short-sighted approach to a DR strategy isn’t sound business. As more and more companies put more and more business critical applications in the cloud, the attention paid to DR needs to be evaluated with each application that goes into the cloud, the impact its failure can have on a company and the impact it can have as it is recovered.

In addition to dealing with unexpected disasters, rolling back failed changes and handling data corruption issues are key considerations that sometimes get forgotten when deploying to cloud platforms with greater than 99.99% uptime. 

Microsoft Azure services have a number of ways that you can meet this challenge. For more detailed information on how to setup your Azure DR strategy for your applications running in Azure you can check out a white paper Disaster recovery and high availability for applications built on Microsoft Azure


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