8. UAF Migration LZ Architecture

Azure Defence in Depth

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UAF needs to be able to trust in the technology platforms they invest in to build and run their organizations. At Microsoft Azure, the security approach focuses on defense in depth, with layers of protection built throughout all phases of design, development, and deployment of the platforms and technologies. Microsoft also focuses on transparency, making sure customers are aware of how Microsoft is constantly working to learn and improve the offerings to help mitigate the cyberthreats of today and prepare for the cyberthreats of tomorrow.

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Enterprise Agreement Enrollment represents the commercial relationship between Microsoft and UAF uses Azure. It provides billing foundation for your subscriptions and how your digital estate is administered. The Cost Management + Billing blade in the Azure portal helps UAF to manage their Enterprise Agreement enrollment. An enrollment often represents an organization's hierarchy, including departments, accounts, and subscriptions. This hierarchy represents cost centers within an organization.

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UAF Enterprise Agreement enrollment roles users assigned with the functional roles. These roles are:

  • Enterprise Administrator = 
  • Department Administrator = 
  • Account owner = 
  • Service Administrator = 
  • Notification Contact = 

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