Microland Secures Coveted Windows Server and SQL Server migration to Microsoft Azure Advanced Specialization
Microland, a leading digital services company, announced that it has successfully migrated Windows Server and SQL Server to the Advanced Specialization Microsoft Azure. This recognition is a validation of Microland’s in-depth knowledge, vast experience and expertise in migrating Windows Server and SQL Server-based workloads to Azure.
This recognition is exclusively granted to partners who meet strict criteria for client success and staff competence, while passing an independent audit of their migration practices. It positions Microland as a partner of choice for businesses looking to modernize their applications and take full advantage of the benefits cloud computing can offer. This is much more relevant today in the context of the recent end of support for Windows Server 2008 R2 and SQL Server 2008 R2. This is a recognition of Microland’s advanced skills and ability to partner with its customers to move their existing workloads to the cloud, providing end-to-end lifecycle services, including planning,
“Our partnership with Microsoft continues to grow, and we are pleased to have received Azure Advanced Specialization accreditation for our skills in migrating Windows and SQL workloads to the cloud. Microland is a trusted name in the Azure space, with a wide variety of hybrid cloud management skills and competencies. This specialization reinforces our commitment to bringing advanced Azure capabilities to our customers as part of our delivery excellence framework, ”noted Sivakumar Thiyagarajan , senior vice president Strategic Alliances at Microland.
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Microland est partenaire de Microsoft depuis 1995 et a obtenu 9 Gold Competencies, et l’Azure Competency avancé dans la migration SQL et Windows. Microland a beaucoup travaillé avec des clients du monde entier pour la migration de leurs applications vers Azure, en utilisant Azure App Service, Service Environment, SQL Managed Instance, Data Factory, App Insights, Data Lake, Data Bricks, Azure Kafka et AppFabric.
Gavriella Schuster , Corporate Vice President, One Commercial Partner (OCP), Microsoft Corp. commented: “The advanced specialization of migrating Windows Server and SQL Server to Microsoft Azure highlights the partners who can be considered the most competent when it comes to migrating Windows workloads to Azure. Microland has clearly demonstrated that it has both the skills and the experience to provide its customers with a successful migration path so that they can begin to reap the benefits of the cloud. ”
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