The Cloud Adoption Framework for Azure helps customers make their journey to the cloud. What are the three main stages of the framework?
Plan, Business Justification, and Implementation.
Migrate, Test, and Optimize.
Plan, Ready, and Adopt.
Motivations for cloud adoption include migration and innovation triggers. Migration triggers include such things as cost saving and operations optimization. Which of the following is an example of an innovation trigger which drives cloud adoption?
Reduction in IT staff for on-premises hardware.
Transform products or services.
Increase business agility.
What are the five disciplines of cloud governance?
Business risk, process, policy and compliance, resource consistency, and deployment acceleration.
Business risk, policy and compliance, security baseline, process, and operations.
Cost management, security baseline, resource consistency, identity baseline, and deployment acceleration.
The common value drivers that business decision makers can use to justify moving their business to the cloud are Cost, Scale, Productivity, and Reliability. What is the specific value of scale in cloud computing?
Scale is the ability to deliver the right amount of IT resources.
Scale eliminates capital expense.
Scale eases the burden of data backup, disaster recovery, and business continuity.
Financial planning for cloud adoption requires organizations to decide whether to expand on-premises capabilities or move certain workloads and functions off-premises to cloud-delivered services. Microsoft has tools that can help. What Microsoft tool is available for a CFO who's trying to estimate the expected monthly bill and track actual account usage?
The Azure Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) Calculator.
The Azure Pricing Calculator.
Azure Cost Management.
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