THE TEAM BEHIND THE ARTICLES
Cloudelicious is backed by a team of current and former Microsoft employees with a passion for the various flavors of the cloud. Knowing each other since more than ten years, it was about time to create a blog and share stories from our daily live in consulting.
While all of us have been into blogging and writing already, there was a need for something new. The idea of a new blog happened back in October 2017. Starting off with a fancy name and logo, cloudelicious was created. The name is a combination of the two words cloud & delicious, which underlines the enthusiasm of the authors for the cloud and its tremendous opportunity.
After almost six month of preparation (… people left on vacation, got busy with work, had other excuses…) the Blog went live in March 2018. New articles are released on a bi-weekly basis. Every second Wednesday a new story will be published. Stay tuned for more content, and keep it cloudelicious!
The best way to predict your future is to create it.― Abraham Lincoln
Lorenz is a Group Manager for Cloud & Digital at Avanade based out of Zurich, Switzerland. He supports customers on their enterprise cloud adoption and transformation programs with a main focus on Microsoft Azure. Before joining Avanade, Lorenz was a Consultant and Technical Solution Specialist at Microsoft Corporation for more than 7 years and a Cloud Platform Specialist at Salesforce.
Michel is an Architect in the worldwide Office of the CTO for Cloud Infrastructure at Microsoft Services based out of Zurich, Switzerland. Primarily, he is focused on enterprise customers to define their Microsoft Azure landscape, enable migration scenarios, or support their digital transformation. As part of Solution Architet Office, Michel's role is to "unblock field delivery" by supporting consultants and architects with delivery material, trainings and coaching. He recently completed his CAS for Blockchain and Digital Business Innovation at the technical college in Luzern (HSLU).
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