Traditionally, you would place servers you wanted to expose to the internet on a special network, termed the perimeter network, screened subnet or DMZ. Today, with public cloud providers, it makes increasing sense to relocate workloads you traditionally deployed to perimeter networks to Azure. These workloads on Azure are connected to protected organizational networks through Azure Site-to-Site VPNs.
Migrating workloads to Azure is simplified with the Microsoft Migration Accelerator for Azure. This product lets you migrate physically deployed computers, VMs deployed on VMware or Hyper-V, even VMs deployed in AWS to Azure. For those concerned about replicating perimeter network firewall functionality, Azure includes virtual the Barracuda NG and Web Application firewall appliances which you can configure as part of your Azure deployment.
In this three-hour session, you'll learn how you can start migrating existing perimeter network workloads to Azure. You'll learn how to utilize the Microsoft Migration Accelerator for Azure, how to implement virtual firewall appliances in an Azure deployment, and, in the long run, reduce the complexity of managing hosts that are publically accessible.
You will learn:
- How you can start migrating existing perimeter network workloads to Azure
- How to utilize the Microsoft Migration Accelerator for Azure
- How to implement virtual firewall appliances in an Azure deployment