Fireship explains Terraform in 100 seconds.

Terraform is an Infrastructure as Code (IAC) tool that can provision resources in the cloud. Learn how to setup terraform and connect it to cloud providers like AWS, Google Cloud, Azure, or Docker to automate your infrastructure

I am fascinated by the speed and scale of how Amazon can deliver packages.

Here’s a tour of a Fulfillment Center tour to see how Amazon associates, robotics, miles of conveyors, advanced automation and AWS come together to get packages to customers in only one day for Prime members.

Brian Blanchard & Jeff Amels join Sarah Lean to discuss the technical considerations your organization should think about when building your cloud strategy.

 
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Explore your options to select the right VMs for your workloads with this video by Microsoft Mechanics.

On this episode of Azure Essentials, Matt McSpirit shares core compute and disk storage options for any workload you want to run in Azure.

If you’re new to Azure, shifting your apps or workloads onto a virtual machine or multiple VMs in Azure can be achieved without rearchitecting them or writing new code. You can even deploy your workloads to Azure Dedicated Hosts that provide single tenant physical servers dedicated to your organization.

Azure Arc enables customers to reduce the complexity of managing disparate infrastructure scattered across on-premises and multicloud by bringing all resources into a single control plane.

It also allows customers to use cloud native services into any infrastructure, anywhere. In this video, get a glimpse into the executive vision behind Azure Arc.

Learn more: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/azure-arc/

Migrating to the cloud requires some investigation on the resources required.  Jay and Abel will look at how to begin the Lift and Shift process by reviewing the hosts and determining needs.

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