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Proving Adobe Marketing Cloud on Microsoft Azure

At Perficient, we have extremely solid partnerships with both Microsoft and Adobe so– as previously noted in this space— we were keenly interested when this partnership was announced at Microsoft Ignite last fall.
Of course, simply sitting on the sidelines and observing something like this was not in our DNA.  We’re a team of doers.  In the time since the announcement, our 50+ Azure-certified consultants and award-winning Adobe architects have not been idle.  We have a pretty firm belief that if you’re going to stand up an Adobe Marketing Cloud environment in Microsoft Azure, you’re better off doing it with a partner that understands BOTH platforms intimately.
Our track record speaks for itself on that account, but it also means we have a lot to live up to.  Fortunately, we have some really bright people on both sides of the fence who have spent some time proving out what an Adobe architecture will look like on a Microsoft Azure infrastructure.
I’m very excited to announce our findings and begin some conversations on this new digital frontier.  In the coming weeks, both Greg Dawson from our Adobe practice and Brian Ball from our Microsoft team will be taking you under the hood on what we’ve put together.
Interested?  Me too!  Just stay tuned….

SEE ALSO: Adobe Experience Manager on Azure – Virtual Networks

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Rich Wood

Rich Wood has been planning, designing and building enterprise solutions and internet sites with an emphasis on stellar user and customer experiences since 1997. Rich is a National Director for Content and Commerce Platform work in Perficient Digital. One of the rare breed of strategists to truly understand both the business needs of the customer and the platforms that serve them, he is a keen advocate for and accomplished speaker/writer on issues that surround that inflection point. His work has been published on CMSWire, Sitecore and Microsoft partner blogs, and his own LinkedIn page as well as our various blogs here at Perficient, and he has spoken at multiple major conferences including Microsoft's SharePoint Conference 2014. Married and a father of five, Rich enjoys spending time with his wife and family. He is a native of South Milwaukee, Wisconsin and a graduate of Marquette University.

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