The 2nd AzureRS Meeting was amazing!!

After much dedication in organizing the 2nd AzureRS meeting, we had a full day on Saturday with 7 high-quality lectures. The level of discussions was great, knowledge here and there. At this same event, I presented Azure Sentinel, as well as performed a demo with my friend Clairo Dorneles, where in real-time, we simulated an attack and threat detection.

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MVP (Microsoft Most Valuable Professional) in Microsoft Azure 2019-2020.


I had the honor of being recognized with the title of MVP (Microsoft Most Valuable Professional) in Microsoft Azure, due to my activities with the technical community in the last year. I would like to thank everyone who supported me on this journey, directly and indirectly, and especially Microsoft for this important recognition.


Using Azure Migrate – Part 2: Assessment

Folks, Continuing the deployment of Azure Migrate in Part 1, we will now see how to perform assessment of our virtual machines for free (Remembering that we use Microsoft’s tool for assessment, it only works on virtual machines (VMware/Hyper-v), physical servers are still not possible unless an ISV is used, such as Cloudamize). A very important step to verify the cloud resources that will really be necessary for the migration of our on-premise environment to Azure, thus avoiding unnecessary expenses:

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Using Azure Migrate – Part 1: Deployment and Configuration


On July 11th, 2019, Microsoft announced the new Azure Migrate. This tool already existed but was quite limited. Now it has some interesting options, including:Logo_AzureMigration

  • Unified platform for migration
  • Database assessment and migration
  • Webapp migration
  • Assessment tools for right sizing/costs from both Microsoft and other partners
  • No need to install an agent on the client’s servers

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