Microsoft Azure: Understanding the Three Connectivity Options

September 28 2014

It's rare to find an organization today that isn't adopting a cloud infrastructure for one or more of their applications. While some organizations prefer to build their cloud infrastructures themselves, leveraging a cloud provider who offers Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) and assistance to help manage the move to a modern datacenter is also a common path to reach this goal.  One of the largest public cloud options, Microsoft Azure, is growing in popularity and is the basis of many infrastructure and cloud Dynamics offerings today.

About Rob Curls

As a Solutions Consultant for Concerto Cloud Services, my primary focus is educating customers on technologies that are available and designing solutions that will achieve their strategic objectives. With a focus on cloud solutions, my responsibilities include architecting complex workloads utilizing best of bread technology and service providers, developing and presenting in person and online presentations and demonstrations with customers and industry experts, as well as working with our team to ensure we stay on the cutting edge as a cloud service provider.

With more than 14 years of technology experience, I have a diverse background which has enabled me to work in challenging industries such as Healthcare, Professional Services, and Defense. I've consulted organizations ranging in size from small start ups to large globally dispersed organizations, and I'd love the opportunity to sit down and discuss your needs.

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