Want to better understand your journey to the cloud through the Azure Migration Programme? Then watch this deep-dive briefing with Trustmarque’s Cloud Practice Director, Neel Dev.
The Azure Migration Programme (AMP) is a Microsoft initiative designed to support customers with their Windows and SQL server migration, providing end-to-end migration help including planning and assessment, financial support and user training.
Trustmarque is As an Advanced Specialisation Partner for Microsoft Azure, testament to our 30+ year history as a leading Microsoft partner. We’re committed to raising the possibilities of digital transformation through the cloud and have an established Cloud Centre of Excellence to support your migration journey.
To find out more about AMP and Trustmarque watch the video and gain:
- An understanding of the programme and how it could benefit your organisation
- An overview of what’s included at each stage of your Azure migration, including:
- Migration planning and assessment support
- Workload migration support
- User training and enablement through the Microsoft Enterprise Skills Initiative
- Why Trustmarque is ideally positioned to support your migration through AMP
5 Ways Trustmarque can help you reach the cloud faster
For further information on how Trustmarque can support your Windows and SQL server migrations through the Azure Migration Programme, read our recent article: Five ways Trustmarque can help you reach the cloud faster through the Microsoft Azure Migration Programme
A trusted partner for your Azure migration
Trustmarque has implemented multiple SQL and Server environments in Azure for customers across healthcare, central and local government and also the private sector and are well versed in the specific requirements of each. We bring more than 30 years’ experience as a Microsoft Gold Partner and now an Advanced Specialisation Partner for Azure.
To find out more and check your eligibility for the Azure Migration Programme, visit our dedicated Azure Migration Services webpage or contact us.
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