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How to move to the cloud, get it right, stay secure and not cost a fortune

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Scott Riley, Founder of Cloud Nexus, shows us how to move to effectively move to the cloud.

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How to move to the cloud, get it right, stay secure and not cost a fortune

  1. 1. Welcome @CorecomIT www.corecomconsulting.co.uk
  2. 2. Schedule for this evening ● 6.00pm - Networking ● 6.30pm - Welcome and Introduction: Sophie Dimelow, Infrastructure Associate Consultant, Corecom Consulting ● 6.40pm – Scott Riley, Founder and Consultant, Cloud Nexus: ‘How to move your business to the cloud, get it right and stay secure (without costing a fortune!)’ ● 7.15pm - Buffet and Refreshments ● 7.45pm - Group Discussions ● 8.30pm - Event close: Refreshments and Networking www.corecomconsulting.co.uk
  3. 3. How to move your business to the cloud, get it right, stay secure and not cost a fortune Scott Riley Cloud Nexus scottr@cloudnexus.co.uk No, we couldn’t think of a longer title… 
  4. 4. THE CHALLENGE
  5. 5. Security Threats Multi-Cloud Security InnovationDigital Transformation Business Results Technology keeps changing Lack of Agility Data Protection New Revenue Streams Tools for a Digital Workforce Rebuilding Trust Bridging the Skills Gap CIO’s have the challenge of delivering business results, modernising the platforms and delivering a great user experience whilst maintaining compliance Which vendors should we use? CIO PRIORITIES 2020
  6. 6. CIO INTERESTS Digital Transformation Infrastructure Modernisation Security Internet of Things AI and Machine Learning Robotic Process Automation
  7. 7. YOUR STRATEGY
  8. 8. Cool TECHNOLOGY Internet of Things AI and Machine Learning Robotic Process Automation
  9. 9. Digital Transformation Infrastructure Modernisation Security Internet of Things AI and Machine Learning Robotic Process Automation
  10. 10. THIS is Office 365 All credit for this infographic goes to the legend that is Kirsty McGrath, Microsoft MVP at OnPoint Solutions www.onpointsolutions.com.au
  11. 11. What Can You Stop Paying For? Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA): Cisco Duo £2.30 £3.87Desktop AV/Malware Protection: Sophos Endpoint £4.73Mobile Device Management: VMware Airwatch (per user) £1.41Email Archiving: Mimecast A1 £1.53Email Anti-Virus/Anti-Spam: Mimecast D1 £1.08Email Safe URL Links: Mimecast S1 £2.27Data Leakage Protection: Symantec DLP Included Included Included Included Included Included Included Office 365 Business Premium £9.60 £15.10 Microsoft 365 Business Total Cost Per User Per Month £26.79 £15.10 Advanced Threat Protection Azure Information Protection P1 Email Anti-Virus/Anti-Spam Exchange Online Archiving Intune Windows Defender Azure AD Premium Moving to Microsoft 365 Business
  12. 12. Digital Transformation Infrastructure Modernisation Security Internet of Things AI and Machine Learning Robotic Process Automation
  13. 13. TRANSFORMING THE BUSINESS Using Technology to transform how we collaborate internally and how we interact with our clients HARDWARE MANAGEMENT Capacity, scaling, break/fix, warranty plans, power, cooling, network connectivity, SOFTWARE MANAGEMENT Patching, Upgrading, Securing, Monitoring, Maintenance DAY TO DAY OPERATIONS Starters, Leavers, Support, Troubleshooting, Desktop Devices, MFP, Wi-Fi, Executive Assistance Is Technology Adding Value to the Business?
  14. 14. The UK is leading the way with cloud adoption in Europe but not just with one provider. Businesses are turning to multiple cloud providers for best of breed solutions to power their teams. Cloud-first with multiple providers Source: IBM Percent of companies are operating in a multi-cloud environment today 85% In fact, 98% of business expect to be multi-cloud by 2021 as adoption of cloud based collaboration tools continues. Enterprise Email Microsoft Exchange Online, Google Mail Collaboration Solutions Cisco Webex, Citrix Go-to-meeting Microsoft Teams Business Tools Salesforce, Dynamics CRM, Sage, Xero Multi-Cloud is here
  15. 15. Objectives Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 Assess  Scope and understand the deployment  Right-size the destination  Review Licencing  Review Networking and Dependencies  Select the optimum migration method Migrate  Build target environment and import data  Configure Server, Database, Network and Backup  Confirm successful data import  Enable Monitoring and Reporting Secure  Patch and Update OS and Applications  Harden Servers  Zero Trust Approach  Add Intelligent Threat Protection  Add Multi-Factor Authentication  Remove Legacy 3rd Party Tools Phase 4 Optimise Review Sizing, Scaling and DR Scheduled downscaling down for unused server hours Validate Test/Dev workloads are still necessary Move to Serverless Applications Infrastructure Modernisation and Security
  16. 16. ASSESS • Functional Disaster Recovery Tool • Supports Windows, Linux workloads • Migrate dedicated, VMware and Hyper-V workloads • Free Azure Site Recovery • Assess existing server infrastructure • Right-size Target These workloads • Rapid deployment and data within 1 hour • Cost model can be prohibitive!
  17. 17. A COMMON MISTAKE
  18. 18. A common Mistake when Moving to Azure Firewall Load Balancer Web Servers Firewall SQL Servers On-Premises In Azure One of the common first errors is to exactly recreate the on-premise customer solution in Azure. 1. Engineers look for branded firewall and load balancing virtual appliances instead of using the built in Azure network fabric. 2. Virtual Machines are built in the same way using Windows OS + a Web Server or Windows OS + SQL. This misses the opportunity to modernise the application using Serverless options e.g. Azure SQL services.
  19. 19. A modern customer solution on Azure Firewall Load Balancer Web Servers Firewall SQL Servers On-Premises In Azure 1. Azure Web Services Serverless, Resilient, Load Distributed, Firewalled 2. Azure Network Fabric Resilient, Load Distributed 3. Azure SQL Services Serverless, Resilient, Load Distributed, Firewalled
  20. 20. Azure Fabric Service Examples 1TB Premium £197 /Month Windows VM £176 Per Month Azure Files Standard £81 /Month Windows VM £113 Per Month Azure AD DS Standard S3 £109 /Month Windows VM + SQL £339 /Month SQL Services 1TB Premium £197 /Month Windows VM £113 /Month Web Services
  21. 21. MIGRATE • Functional Disaster Recovery Tool • Supports Windows, Linux workloads • Migrate dedicated, VMware and Hyper-V workloads • Free Azure Site Recovery • Assess existing server infrastructure • Right-size Target These workloads • Rapid deployment and data within 1 hour • Cost model can be prohibitive!
  22. 22. SECURE 1 Server Health Service A basic Managed Service which provides patching, security, anti-virus, anti-malware updates. 24/7 reporting, alerting and IT support services. 2 Advanced Security Services Dedicated Firewall Appliances, Web Application Firewalls and Intrusion Detection/Prevention Services are deployed to provide dedicated protection against internal and external threats. 3 SIEM Services Security Incident Event Management brings together data and events from multiple devices. Event correlation increases the chances of detecting threats.
  23. 23. SECURE • Fixes one of the biggest challenges of managing a SIEM Service • AI Powered, continually updated • Automatically tags, classifies and detects threats • Reduces false positives • Filters events so you focus on the real issues which need attention Azure Sentinel
  24. 24. Optimisation REDUCE COSTS
  25. 25. OPTIMISE • Reserve Virtual Machine capacity in advance • Select 1 or 3 Year terms with significant benefits • Reusable in the same datacentre regions • Available for Windows VM’s, SQL and Linux Significant Cost Savings over pay-as-you-go models Budget Predictability Fixed consumption costs Flexibility Modify reservations as needed
  26. 26. OPTIMISE Blueprints Delivery Operations Standardisation Clear Understanding of What’s in Scope Ease and Consistency of Ticket Resolution Clear Scope Definition Transparent Scaling Points Predictable Costs Automation Standard Timelines Consistent Approach Everyone on the Same Page Template Delivery
  27. 27. Migrations don’t have to take long WINDOWS SERVER 2008 MIGRATION So you currently have an on-premise Windows Server running a mission critical application but you’d like to move it to the cloud? Windows Server 2008 is end-of-life so it’s going to be officially unsupported soon. MIGRATE WINDOWS SERVER 2008 TO AZURE Just by moving that Windows 2008 server to Azure, Microsoft will extend to 3 years worth of support. This is a low risk strategy which keeps things pretty much as they are today from an application perspective. Under the hood your new Windows Server will benefit from being hosted on the Azure platform. SCOPE OF WORKS • Day 1 : Scope and understand your current service Server Size, Licencing, Application Dependencies, Networking Select the best migration method foryou • Day 2: Build target environment and import data Configure Server, Network and Backup Confirm successful data import • Day 3: Go-Live: Move app connections across Final checks and handover
  28. 28. Windows 10 and Office 2010 End of Life
  29. 29. Example Customer Transformation On-Premise Private Cloud Public Cloud 16 minutes to deploy Template T-Shirt Size No Techies needed for deployment Time to Value: Same Day 60 Days average deployment time Needed sign-off from Server, Security, Network Teams Time to Value: 3 months 14 Days average deployment time Template T-Shirt sizes Delivered by Technical Engineers Time to Value: 1 month CUSTOMER EXAMPLE
  30. 30. IN SUMMARY
  31. 31. Objectives Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 Assess  Scope and understand the deployment  Right-size the destination  Review Licencing  Review Networking and Dependencies  Select the optimum migration method Migrate  Build target environment and import data  Configure Server, Database, Network and Backup  Confirm successful data import  Enable Monitoring and Reporting Secure  Patch and Update OS and Applications  Harden Servers  Zero Trust Approach  Add Intelligent Threat Protection  Add Multi-Factor Authentication  Remove Legacy 3rd Party Tools Phase 4 Optimise Review Sizing, Scaling and DR Scheduled downscaling down for unused server hours Validate Test/Dev workloads are still necessary Move to Serverless Applications Infrastructure Modernisation and Security
  32. 32. Thank You Scott Riley Cloud Nexus scottr@cloudnexus.co.uk
  33. 33. Buffet and Refreshments www.corecomconsulting.co.uk
  34. 34. Group Discussions www.corecomconsulting.co.uk
  35. 35. 1. How can I alleviate my client’s concerns about the security of their data if it goes into the cloud? www.corecomconsulting.co.uk
  36. 36. 2. What are the benefits of multi-cloud deployments? www.corecomconsulting.co.uk
  37. 37. 3. Is serverless the right way to go and what does this mean for infrastructure teams? www.corecomconsulting.co.uk
  38. 38. Thank you @CorecomIT www.corecomconsulting.co.uk

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