Good migrations: How - and why - Watchfinder shifted from AWS to Azure

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Good migrations: How - and why - Watchfinder shifted from AWS to Azure

When Watchfinder migrated from AWS to Azure this year, it did so not just to improve manageability, but also to introduce machine learning into key business processes

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