WatServ obtains an advanced specialization for the migration of Microsoft Windows Server and SQL Server to Microsoft Azure
TORONTO, August 24, 2021 / CNW / – WatServ today announced that it has completed the Advanced Specialization âMigration from Microsoft Windows Server and SQL Server to Microsoft Azure,â demonstrating the company’s extensive experience and knowledge in migrating and optimizing workloads. Windows Server and SQL Server based work to Microsoft Azure.
This follows WatServ’s success in May 2021 which enabled him to obtain an advanced specialization for Microsoft Azure Virtual Desktop.
To achieve this result, WatServ had to pass an intensive third-party audit that assessed all aspects of its Windows and SQL migration architecture and implementation practices, including the assessment, design, pilot, implementation and post-implementation. The company also had to meet strict criteria regarding skills, customer success and staff skills. Specifically, this meant that WatServ had to hold Microsoft Gold Cloud Platform Partner status, as well as meet threshold requirements for employees with Azure Administrator, Azure Data Engineer, and DevOps Engineer certifications.
This achievement demonstrates WatServ’s adherence to the foundations and protocols of the Microsoft Cloud Adoption Framework, ensuring a consistent methodology and process for Azure adoption aligned with expected customer outcomes.
âThis is the second advanced specialization our team has obtained from Microsoft in recent months. Demanding and prestigious, the specialization confirms our competence – both technically and processively – in cloud migration and optimization, âsaid WatServ. CEO, Dave lacey. âWe are committed to delivering modern, high-value cloud technology solutions to our customers and this is another way to demonstrate it. “
Rodney Clark, Corporate Vice President, Global Partner Solutions, Channel Sales and Channel Chief at Microsoft added: âThe advanced specialization of Windows Server and SQL Server Migration to Microsoft Azure highlights the partners who can be considered the most competent when they are This is to migrate Windows workloads. to Azure. WatServ has clearly demonstrated that they have both the skills and the experience to provide customers with a path to a successful migration so that they can begin to reap the benefits of being in the cloud.
WatServ pursues additional advanced specializations from Microsoft to extend its expertise and top-notch services for its valued customers.
Find out how your organization can leverage the many benefits of cloud adoption by contacting WatServ at www.watserv.com/contact.
WatServ is an IT solutions provider that helps customers digitally transform their businesses through cloud technologies and services. Founded in 2006, WatServ specializes in providing hybrid and multi-cloud solutions and hosting complex high availability environments for business applications. WatServ’s unique approach to planning, migrating and managing multi-cloud environments, along with 24/7 premium support, allows its global customers to focus on their core business. Leveraging public clouds from Microsoft and Google, in addition to its own private cloud, the company offers an ideal managed cloud environment designed for security, reliability and performance. With offices in Canada and United States, and with thousands of connected users from all over the world, WatServ is still active. For more information, please visit www.watserv.com.
WatServ is a subsidiary of Brookfield Business Partners (BBU), a public company majority-owned by Brookfield Asset Management Inc. and listed on the new York and the Toronto Stock Exchange. More information on BBU is available at www.brookfield.com.
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