Episode 25: Azure Subscription Migrations

Posted on Monday, Jun 28, 2021
Back at the pub for the second time in 2021! This week we talk about all the different billing models available in Azure. As well as how to deal with migrations between them all and things to lookout for.

Show Notes

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Episode 25 is here! And this time we tackle the topic of Azure Subscription Migrations; once again at the pub!

Confused at all the different ways to pay for your Azure services? This week we talk about all the different billing models available in Azure. Everything from pay-as-you-go and EAs/Server Cloud Enrolments to CSP/Azure Plan.

Jack also takes us through the various migration paths between them, what is supported and some key gotchas when moving between plans. Don’t forget to check out the super handy Subscription Migration Support Matrix in Jack’s blog below!

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Podcast Music

Andrew Marshall & Jake Marshall

Hosts

Jack Tracey

Jack Tracey

Jack lives in West Sussex, England, United Kingdom just north of Brighton. He is a Senior Cloud Solution Architect at Microsoft in the Customer Architecture and Engineering team.

He can be found maintaining and updating solutions like Enterprise Scale and Azure Landing Zones most of the time. And when not in those worlds, you can find him assisting customers with all things Azure Infrastructure, Security & Governance.

Jack is also a former Microsoft MVP for Azure!

Ryan Littlemore

Ryan Littlemore

Ryan lives in East Sussex, United Kingdom just outside of Eastbourne.

He is a Senior Azure Infrastructure Specialist at Microsoft, currently working in the Media, Telecoms & Professional Services sectors in the UK.