Closing the loop: The new Microsoft Cloud Networking for Enterprise Architects poster


At the November 2015 CAAB Webinar, Brenda Carter presented the current set of Microsoft Cloud for Enterprise Architects Series posters.

These posters are designed for IT decision makers and architects to determine the ideal solutions for their workloads and to make decisions about core infrastructure components. They address all of Microsoft's cloud services and platforms, including Office 365, Microsoft Azure, Microsoft Intune, and Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online.

After Brenda showed the current posters, I previewed a draft of the Networking poster. I am happy to announce that the Microsoft Cloud Networking for Enterprise Architects poster has just been published.

This new poster steps you through:

  • Understanding the fundamental change in networking infrastructure for the cloud and areas of future networking investments.
  • Optimizing common elements of your network for all Microsoft cloud platforms and services.
  • Designing your intranet and network edge for Microsoft SaaS services, Azure-based PaaS applications, and IT workloads running in Azure infrastructure services.
  • Designing your Azure virtual networks to host virtual machines.

You can download this multi-page poster in PDF or Visio format. You can easily print the pages of this poster on tabloid format paper (also known as 11×17, ledger, or A3 format).

Here are links to all the posters in the Microsoft Cloud for Enterprise Architects Series. 

Microsoft Cloud Services and Platform Options

https://aka.ms/cloudarchoptions

Microsoft Cloud Identity for Enterprise Architects

https://aka.ms/cloudarchidentity

Microsoft Cloud Security for Enterprise Architects

https://aka.ms/cloudarchsecurity

Microsoft Cloud Storage for Enterprise Architects

https://aka.ms/cloudarchstorage

Microsoft Cloud Networking for Enterprise Architects

https://aka.ms/cloudarchnetworking

To see all of the resources for the Microsoft cloud, see Microsoft’s Enterprise Cloud Roadmap at https://aka.ms/cloudarchitecture.

By all means, enjoy!

Joe Davies

 

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