MEEZA Wins Windows Server, SQL Server Migration to Microsoft Advanced Specialization

Eng. Ahmad Abdulla Al Muslemani, CEO of MEEZA

Doha: MEEZA, the pioneering provider of managed IT solutions and services in Qatar, announced yesterday that it has obtained the advanced specialization Migration from Windows Server and SQL Server to Microsoft Azure, a validation of in-depth knowledge, extensive experience and Solution partner expertise in migrating Windows Server and SQL Server-based workloads to Azure.

Only partners who meet strict customer success and staff proficiency criteria, as well as a third-party audit of their migration practices, can earn the Windows Server and SQL Server Migration to Azure Advanced Specialization.

As enterprises seek to modernize their applications and take full advantage of the benefits that cloud computing can provide, and with the recent end of support for Windows Server 2008 R2 and SQL Server 2008 R2, they are looking for a partner with advanced skills to assess, plan, and migrate their existing workloads to the cloud.

Further acknowledgment of MEEZA’s capabilities, this recognition comes just six months after the company received four Gold certifications from Microsoft – for its Cloud Platform, Application Development, Application Integration and Data Center offerings – thus achieving Microsoft Gold Partner status.

Commenting on the announcement, Eng. Ahmad Abdulla Al Muslemani, CEO of MEEZA, said: “We are very proud to have reached this milestone. Obtaining advanced specialization in Microsoft Azure Migration underscores MEEZA’s continued pursuit of world-class services for the many customers who trust MEEZA.”

Rodney Clark, Corporate Vice President, Global Partner Solutions, Channel Sales and Channel Chief at Microsoft added: is about migrating Windows Azure-based workloads. MEEZA has clearly demonstrated that they have both the skills and the experience to offer customers a path to a successful migration so they can start enjoying the benefits of being in the cloud.”

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