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Migrating to Azure : transforming legacy applications into scalable cloud-first solutions

Author: Josh Garverick
Publisher: New York, NY : Apress, [2018] ©2018
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Design an enterprise solution from scratch that allows the migration of a legacy application. Begin with the planning and design phase and be guided through all the stages of selecting the architecture framework that fits your enterprise. Join Microsoft MVP Josh Garverick as he addresses all major areas of design and implementation--application, infrastructure, data, security, and deployment--while leveraging the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Garverick, Josh.
Migrating to Azure.
New York, NY : Apress, [2018]
(OCoLC)1022776167
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Josh Garverick
ISBN: 9781484235850 1484235851 9781484235867 148423586X
OCLC Number: 1059124846
Description: 1 online resource : colour illustrations
Contents: Intro; Table of Contents; About the Author; About the Technical Reviewer; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Part I: Assessing the Legacy; Chapter 1: The Baseline; Conducting the Initial Discovery; Getting Details on the Short (and Long)-Term Goals of the Business; Learning the Business Context of Application Domains; Gathering Functional and Nonfunctional Requirements; Discovering Integration Points; Creating and Examining Dependency Graphs; Finding Existing Build and Release Pipelines; Proactively Seeking Out Pain Points; Summary; Chapter 2: Domain Architectures Identifying Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary ComponentsDocumenting Application Collaborations; Locating the Components; Constructing a Basic Infrastrucutre View; Enhancing the Infrastructure View; Physical Devices; Networking; Seeking Interactions with Applications, Technology and Data; Determining Information Consistency; Go with the Data Flow; Immediate Consistency; Eventual Consistency; Fleshing out the Build Process (Further); Lighting up the Runway; Summary; Chapter 3: Security and Compliance; Leading in with Expectations; Security Controls; PCI DSS; GDPR; Identifying Domain Risk Areas Data SecurityApplication Security; Identity and Access Management; Transport and Delivery Channels; Infrastructure Security; Network; Device; Node; Deployment Security; Software Security; Mitigating the Risks; Risk Register; Risk Mitigation Plan; Preparing for Regulatory and Compliance Audits; Summary; Chapter 4: Operating Models; Documenting the Existing Support Model; Sketching out the Process; Documenting the Suppliers; Lighting up the Locations; Organizing the Organizational Structure; Inventorying the Information Systems; Managing Metrics and the System of Management Zeroing in on Baseline DetailsTracing the Escalation Paths; Collating the Baseline and Target Models; Baseline Operating Model-Andromeda; Baseline Operating Model-Gamecorp; Beginning the Target Operating Model; On-Call Rotation; Site Reliability Outreach; Standardized Response; Wrapping Up the Draft; Summary; Part II: Planning for the Future; Chapter 5: The Wireframe; Common Migration Scenarios; Case 1: Lift and Shift; Case 2: Greenfield; Case 3: Hybrid; Case 4: Lift, Shift, and Enhance; The "Baseline" Target State; Business Architecture; Physical Architecture; Application Architecture Data ArchitectureTechnology Architecture; Security Architecture; Deployment Architecture; Reviewing the Roadmap; Work Breakdown Structure; Point of Sale Upgrades; Identity Providers; Selecting the Right Services; Conducting Assessments of Options; Reviewing Assessments with Stakeholders; Going Through Peer Review; Summary; Chapter 6: Capacity Planning; Network Architecture; Laying the Groundwork; Network Peering; ExpressRoute, the Backplane, and the Edge; Peering Routes and Custom Routes; Ingress Points and Load Balancing; Exploring Storage Options; Application Architecture
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Design an enterprise solution from scratch that allows the migration of a legacy application. Begin with the planning and design phase and be guided through all the stages of selecting the architecture framework that fits your enterprise. Join Microsoft MVP Josh Garverick as he addresses all major areas of design and implementation--application, infrastructure, data, security, and deployment--while leveraging the power and tools of Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) to bring DevOps to the forefront. With an emphasis on principles and best practices of enterprise design, you will discover how to recognize existing patterns within the legacy platform and to identify potential risks, bottlenecks, and candidates for automation. What You'll Learn: Accurately and completely capture baseline information about a legacy system Leverage enterprise patterns for constructing next-generation platforms in the cloud Design, plan, and implement deployment pipelines to enable continuous delivery Identify and implement cloud-based platform components to reduce total cost of ownership Understand testing and validation: iterative component authoring, monitoring, deployment, and performance Price and perform capacity planning for cloud-based infrastructure and workloads This book is for enterprise architects and IT professionals who are required to keep legacy applications relevant in today's cloud-first world. Josh Garverick is a Microsoft MVP and a seasoned IT professional with more than 15 years of enterprise experience, specializing in Application Lifecycle Management. He is currently involved with DevOps and architecture projects, focusing on software architecture and enterprise needs. Josh is a Visual Studio ALM Ranger, providing guidance, practical experience, and solutions to the developer community.

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