Preparing Your Organization for Azure: Streamlining the Environment Setup

Helping organizations prepare Azure environment

As the pandemic has challenged to adjust the business strategies to maintain productive operations and processes, one would need new ways to increase efficiencies, optimize costs, and adopt new technologies at a faster rate.

The goal of the web services remains providing a clear path to achieve benefits from the cloud, and investing in customer-proven, comprehensive guidance and learning resources that create ongoing cloud value across the organization.

To deploy and organize assets in the Azure environment, one should prepare cloud networking infrastructure to support the workloads.

  • Networking decisions – One must choose the networking services, tools and architectures that can support the organization’s workload, governance and connectivity requirements.
  • Virtual network planning – Should be done based on the isolation, connectivity and location requirements.
  • Best practices for network security – Learn using built-in Azure capabilities
  • Perimeter networks – Secure connectivity between the cloud networks and on-premises or physical datacenter networks.

Identity and access control

Design your identity and access control infrastructure to improve the security and management efficiency of your workloads.

  • Azure identity management and access control security best practices – Learn best practices for identity management and access control using built-in Azure capabilities.
  • Best practices for Azure role-based access control – Enable fine-grained and group-based access management for resources organized around user roles.
  • Securing privileged access for hybrid and cloud deployments in Azure Active Directory – Ensure that your organization’s administrative access and privileged accounts are secure across your cloud and on-premises environment.

Additionally, select the right Azure Storage solution to support the usage scenarios.


  • Choose the correct SQL Server option in Azure – Choose the PaaS or IaaS solution that best supports your SQL Server workloads.
  • Database security best practices – Learn best practices for database security on the Azure platform.

Cost management

Track costs across business units, environments, and projects.

Implement a strategy for cost management and see the tools available for addressing cost challenges.

  • Create and manage budgets – Learn to create and manage budgets using Azure Cost Management + Billing.
  • Export cost data – Learn to export cost data using Azure Cost Management + Billing.
  • Optimize costs based on recommendations – Learn to identify underutilized resources and reduce costs by using Azure Cost Management + Billing and Azure Advisor.
  • Use cost alerts to monitor usage and spending – Learn to use Azure Cost Management + Billing alerts to monitor your Azure usage and spending.

With transformations accelerating at an incredible rate for consumers and employees alike, changes have happened in the way we live – the work has drastically changed. Businesses are shifting overnight from a physical first approach, to a digital first model putting strain on legacy web apps—both internal and external.

With our domain niche and experience, we can navigate your enterprise cloud adoption and help you reap maximum business benefits. For more information or queries related to Azure Services, contact us and our Azure experts will be happy to help you.

Helping organizations prepare Azure environment

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