There are four migration strategies to consider when preparing to move your apps to the cloud. @Microsoft is here to help. Watch this video to learn more about rehosting, refactoring, rearchitecting, and rebuilding and which one is best for you.

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In this video, look at strategies to migrate to Microsoft Azure spanning zero to higher levels of coding and when to use which.

From rehosting your apps by lifting and shifting them to Azure to choosing to refactor your apps for greater efficiency, Azure offers you possibilities. You can also rearchitect your apps to be able to quickly add new capabilities or take a cloud-native approach by rebuilding them from scratch. This video also addresses Azure’s new secure options in the wake of the end-of-support for Windows Server 2008 R2 or SQL Server 2008.

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