About this webinar
Watch our webinar on demand, hosted by UKISUG
When it comes to cloud migration, elasticity is critical in enabling customers to accommodate their requirements during the migration and steady state operations afterwards. Both cloud computing and network connectivity need to be equally elastic and reliable to meet customer requirements.
The purpose of this webinar is to show how you can use this elasticity to speed up migration of critical workloads such as SAP to Azure and reduce business downtime.
Key topics discussed:
- Overview of a typical SAP migration
- Reducing downtime
- De-risking migration
- Competitive Position
- Multiple connectivity options
Colt has been a Microsoft Azure ExpressRoute partner since 2014 and has provided On Demand connectivity since 2016.
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Meet our speakers
Nick Morgan, SAP for Azure UK Technical Lead, Strategic Partnerships Team, Microsoft
Nick is a highly experienced IT professional with over 15 years’ in designing infrastructure solutions for SAP to meet the most critical business requirements. Nick was an early exponent of the benefits of virtual environments for running complex SAP environments and embraced private cloud solutions from 2011. Witnessing the maturing of public cloud providers he joined Microsoft in 2017 as SAP on Azure technical lead for the UK to drive adoption of SAP on Azure Hyperscale Cloud
Ciaran Henry, Senior Sales Engineer and Practice Lead for Cloud Connectivity, Colt Technology Services
Ciaran began his career in Telecommunication with Worldcom as an engineer working in Service Delivery and Infrastructure. After this he was then a presales engineer with France Telecom and Verizon. In 2003 he joined Colt Technology Services and is now a Senior Sales Engineer and has recently taken up the position of ‘Practice Lead for Cloud Connectivity’ as well. Ciaran's new role fits extremely well with his background in designing customer connectivity solutions as he has already lead the Cloud Connectivity engagements for the last 5 years. Ciaran has a 1st Class Honours Degree in Computer Science and Honours Master’s Degree in Internet Systems and Architecture from Dublin City University.