CATwalk Author Bio: Marc van Eijk

Welcome to our first CATwalk Author Bio! We’re the AzureCAT team. Since “CAT” stands for Customer Advisory Team, saying “AzureCAT team” is sort of like saying “We’re the Azure Customer Advisory Team team.” … which is weird. Anyway, CATwalk is our new series of blogs where you get to meet the CATs who make our…

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Design considerations for hybrid applications – Summary & Learn more

This article was authored by AzureCAT Marc van Eijk. It was edited by Bruce Hamilton and reviewed by Damir Bersinic, Gavin Kemp, Daniel Neumann, and Emmanuel Sache. Download the Whitepaper on Azure.com Table of Contents: Overview Placement Scalability Availability Resiliency Manageability Security Summary & Learn more – This article Summary This series of articles provides a…

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Design considerations for hybrid applications – Security

This article was authored by AzureCAT Marc van Eijk. It was edited by Bruce Hamilton and reviewed by Damir Bersinic, Gavin Kemp, Daniel Neumann, and Emmanuel Sache. Download the Whitepaper on Azure.com Table of Contents: Overview Placement Scalability Availability Resiliency Manageability Security – This article Summary & Learn more Security Security is one of the primary…

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Design considerations for hybrid applications – Manageaility

This article was authored by AzureCAT Marc van Eijk. It was edited by Bruce Hamilton and reviewed by Damir Bersinic, Gavin Kemp, Daniel Neumann, and Emmanuel Sache. Download the Whitepaper on Azure.com Table of Contents: Overview Placement Scalability Availability Resiliency Manageability – This article Security Summary & Learn more Manageability The considerations for how you manage…

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Design considerations for hybrid applications – Resiliency

This article was authored by AzureCAT Marc van Eijk. It was edited by Bruce Hamilton and reviewed by Damir Bersinic, Gavin Kemp, Daniel Neumann, and Emmanuel Sache. Download the Whitepaper on Azure.com Table of Contents: Overview Placement Scalability Availability Resiliency – This article Manageability Security Summary & Learn more Resiliency Resiliency is the ability for a…

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Design considerations for hybrid applications – Availability

This article was authored by AzureCAT Marc van Eijk. It was edited by Bruce Hamilton and reviewed by Damir Bersinic, Gavin Kemp, Daniel Neumann, and Emmanuel Sache. Download the Whitepaper on Azure.com Table of Contents: Overview Placement Scalability Availability – This article Resiliency Manageability Security Summary & Learn more Availability Availability is the time that a…

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Design considerations for hybrid applications – Scalability

This article was authored by AzureCAT Marc van Eijk. It was edited by Bruce Hamilton and reviewed by Damir Bersinic, Gavin Kemp, Daniel Neumann, and Emmanuel Sache. Download the Whitepaper on Azure.com Table of Contents: Overview Placement Scalability – This article Availability Resiliency Manageability Security Summary & Learn more Scalability Scalability is the ability of a…

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Design considerations for hybrid applications – Placement

This article was authored by AzureCAT Marc van Eijk. It was edited by Bruce Hamilton and reviewed by Damir Bersinic, Gavin Kemp, Daniel Neumann, and Emmanuel Sache. Download the Whitepaper on Azure.com Table of Contents: Overview Placement – This article Scalability Availability Resiliency Manageability Security Summary & Learn more Placement A hybrid application inherently has a…

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Design considerations for hybrid applications – Overview

This article was authored by AzureCAT Marc van Eijk. It was edited by Bruce Hamilton and reviewed by Damir Bersinic, Gavin Kemp, Daniel Neumann, and Emmanuel Sache. Download the Whitepaper on Azure.com Table of Contents: Overview – This article Placement Scalability Availability Resiliency Manageability Security Summary & Learn more Overview Microsoft Azure is the only consistent…

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AzureCAT Guidance: Develop Azure Resource Manager templates for cloud consistency

This topic of ARM template best practices (and getting started instructions) has a regular and consistent cloud scenario over the years. AzureCAT has written whitepapers on this. So this year we sought to create some core content for Microsoft Docs, which we could keep up to date and tie into existing documentation. This article was…

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