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As you migrate to the cloud, here's a walk-through of Azure options for app modernization, from the updates for the containerization of your apps to run in Azure Kubernetes Service, to running in the Azure App Service. We'll also show you updates to the Azure Migrate tool to help you discover and assess your .net apps at scale before migrating them fully to the managed Azure App Service. Matt McSpirit, Senior Program Manager for Microsoft Azure, joins Jeremy Chapman to go deeper on how you can modernize your apps as you migrate them to Azure.
Target AKS or Azure App Service with the App Containerization tool in Azure Migrate Know when to choose virtual machine lift-and-shift migration versus modernization with containers or Azure App Service Server discovery in Azure Migrate can now use multiple local or domain credentials to inventory your servers
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00:00 - Introduction 00:51 - Options to choose 02:40 - Latest updates- app containerization 06:21 - Azure App Service: custom containers and migration 08:24 - Configure 09:25 - Discovery 10:05 - Assessment 12:33 - Wrap up
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Try Azure Migrate at https://aka.ms/TryAzureMigrate Check out our show that covers different migration paths at https://aka.ms/mechanicsmigrate Get the steps to discover and assess your apps at https://aka.ms/mechanicsmigration Enroll in the Azure migration and modernization program at https://azure.com/AMMP
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