For the past 120 days, the entire consumer computing assets here at The Orbiting O’Odua have been running off the cloud.
A hybrid cloud, that is.
My guinea pigs, namely Wifey, the kids, and everyone else, have been doing most of their computing via an Azure-based hybrid.
They consume AD and other services from Azure, and I have moved them completely to Yammer from SharePoint.
Yes, I made my kids suffer SharePoint. If I have to, why not them?
I still run a couple of on-premises projects, including my validation labs.
Starting tomorrow, I will start a project to gradually move all computing operation at MedikLabs, including both the physician practice, and the healthcare lab we use to test and validate concepts. The soon-to-be-opened cosmetic clinic will be all-cloud from Day One.
Unlike computing at the O’Odua, MedikLabs will be an all-Azure affair.
However, I’m not nuts: I intend to keep a daily local backup. Like I do at The Orbiting O’Odua.
I expect to have all systems validated the by December 22.
My target date for 100% go-live is January 5, 2015.
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