As you may know, I have the pleasure as a cloud infrastructure specialist for Azure, which is Microsoft’s cloud computing platform. I also get the distinct pleasure of working exclusively with major professional sports leagues and teams!

But just what exactly does my work entail? What kind of projects do I get to work on? Well, there’s now a podcast that gives some insight into that. Working with my wonderful colleague, Jon Flynn, we started a podcast that shed some light on some of the fun work we get to do, and the great people we get to work with.

We’ve released two episodes so far, both of which are available on Spotify and other major podcast platforms. More episodes are on the way after the Thanksgiving holiday; we’d love any feedback and suggestions for future episodes.

Originally posted on susannetedrick.com on November 21, 2021.

For the past few weeks, I’ve discussed some of the core concepts of cloud computing. This series was designed for tech professionals (whether at the staff or senior-level management/executive level) in evaluating the potential benefits of a cloud solution.

In the first post, we covered elasticity and the availability of…

Over the next several weeks, I want to discuss some core concepts of cloud computing. This series is designed for tech professionals (whether at the staff or senior-level management/executive level) in evaluating the potential benefits of a cloud solution. We’ll first cover elasticity, scalability, and the availability of resources.

This…

Cloud migration is the process of moving applications, data, and other elements to a cloud environment. The most common migration scenarios include:

*On premises to cloud environment ( the most common and most talked about)

*Cloud environment to cloud environment

*Cloud environment to on-premises

In this post, we will discuss…

Susanne Tedrick

Cloud Specialist | Author, “Women of Color in Tech” | CompTIA Attracting Tech Talent & Diversity Exec. Council | Host, Wiley Diversity in Tech Series

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