I like to share a couple of my white papers, I normally use these during a BizTalk migration, moving or update.
A BizTalk Server migration or moving is a good opportunity to review our environment, one of the most critical point are the risks we can find and avoid in the during.
There are a lot of issues to consider, some of these are very simple and, because simple, are the most dangerous.
The best thing to do is using a reference document to keep track about our risks, I like to call it the Risk Board.
In the Risk Board I normally put everything I think needs to be considered and covered, some of these points are critical by personal experience and, if we cover them in the first period, we will be able to do a great job.

I will keep update these whitepaper, please feel free to use them and to collaborate with your feedback and experience.

You can find the white papers here in my BizTalk documents folder on GitHub.


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I have +25 years of hands-on experience in Cloud Technologies and Cybersecurity, supporting and driving global companies to adopt technologies in the most secure and profitable way. My cores expertises are Security and Cloud Governance, and I strongly believe in the conjunction of both to achieve the top result. In my career, I had the opportunity to lead global cloud infrastructures, providing guidance and leadership in Security and Cloud Governance. Security is my first passion, but I have deep experience in many other areas like Cloud Governance and Integration. I define myself as a very versatile person. In my past, I had the opportunity to work in many different areas, supporting different company roles, from technical roles to Sales, Pre-Sales and High Stakeholders. I see myself as a hands-on geek manager. I love to get my hands dirty and also be able to lead and create important things and initiatives. Mt passion for technology is also the reason for my activities in the IT community. I love sharing my experience and motivating people on engaging the technology with the right motivation and passion. I do conferences around the world, sharing my passion. I have been Microsoft MVP since 2006, Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) and with a Master in Cybersecurity.


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