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Eric Berg

Eric Berg

Microsoft MVP, independent Azure expert

Microsoft MVP for Microsoft Azure and Cloud & Datacenter Management

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Optimizacija Azure okolja

Če se morate odločiti, katere storitve bi bilo treba preseliti ali preslikati v Azure in s katerimi orodji. Preberite, kako lahko naša ponudba AzureSimple zagotovi strategijo, oblikovanje in načrt selitve.

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Achieve Full Cost Control with Azure Reserved Instance

Using Reserved Instances (RI) such as pre-reserved Azure VM instances can help you reduce the investments in the compute share of a virtual machine drastically. We show you how!

Optimizing Your Azure Environment

If you need to decide which services should be migrated to, or mapped in Azure, and with which tools. Read how our AzureSimple offering can ensure the strategy, design and migration plan.

Top 3 Takeaways From Microsoft Ignite

Microsoft kicked off the new tech year with its annual Ignite conference. Over 30.000 company representatives, developers, tech nerds and IT whizz kids from all over the world headed to Orlando, Florida to hear about Microsoft’s next steps.…

  • 30 May 2018
  • Eric Berg
  • Managed Cloud, PyraCloud, Cloud Spend Management

Start Your Cloud Journey Today!

When you start your cloud journey, there are lots of opportunities available, but also many pitfalls you should avoid. Investing in an Azure Managed Service might be a good idea to get the best out of your cloud.

10 Tips to Get Started With the Cloud

Are you planning to move your data into the cloud? Microsoft Azure may ease your start and help reduce costs.

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Eric Berg has worked as an IT-Architect at SoftwareONE since September 2015. He has a particular penchant for Microsoft technologies, and is especially interested in topics such as Windows 10, Hyper-V, System Center or Azure. He was awarded the title of Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for 3 years in a row since 2015. Before that, he was named Microsoft Partner Technology Solutions Professional (P-TSP) in 2014.