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5 Risks for Deploying Dynamics NAV on Azure without a Hosting Partner

Establishing your own Microsoft Azure infrastructure vs. collaborating with a Microsoft Azure infrastructure hosting provider. What risks do you face when setting up your own Microsoft Azure infrastructure in-house? In this blog post I’ll explain the 5 known risks you should consider when evaluating these two Dynamics NAV on Azure deployment options.

Dynamics NAV on Azure: Meet customer demands while staying profitable

If you’ve decide to include cloud-based Dynamics NAV in your solutions offerings, you will likely field this question from customers: “How can I ensure Dynamics NAV performs at its highest efficiency in the Cloud?”. One of the variables that makes this process increasingly more complicated is when you try to support many different Dynamics NAV versions.

Dynamics NAV on Azure Backup Alternatives: Should You Build Your Own Infrastructure or Collaborate with Hosting Provider?

In this series of blog posts, we will dive deeper into the features that ensure a customer’s efficiency when using a NAV solution on Microsoft Azure. This blog will analyze the infrastructure backup processes by comparing two deployment alternatives.

Dynamics NAV on Azure Monitoring Alternatives: Should You Build Own Infrastructure or Collaborate With Hosting Provider?

The option of deploying Microsoft Dynamics NAV on the public cloud of Microsoft Azure is sweeping the Dynamics market. More and more customers are preferring solutions that are fast to set-up, easy-to-use and integrated with pay – as-you-go models. Another reason Microsoft Azure is becoming a more popular choice is the decreased prices for Microsoft Dynamics NAV subscription licenses offered by Microsoft. The only remaining question for a Partner is…how do we start?
This particular blog post will analyze the Infrastructure Monitoring processes by comparing two deployment alternatives - building own infrastructure versus collaboration with hosting provider.

How to Select the Best Microsoft Azure Datacenter for Your NAV Deployment

When deciding to host your Dynamics NAV’s solution data on Microsoft Azure, it is crucial that you deploy your NAV system in the right Microsoft Azure datacenter region. To determine which Microsoft Azure datacenter location is best you must carefully consider performance and availability. Luckily, this article explains all the factors to evaluate in order to choose the right Microsoft Azure datacenter region as well as the technical aspects of deploying your NAV solution in one region versus another.

Easily calculate the fixed price for your Dynamics NAV customer solution hosted on Microsoft Azure

One of the main reasons your customers desire Microsoft Dynamics NAV on Microsoft Azure is the economic reason – to convert their software cost to monthly operational costs and avoid large upfront investment. However, some Microsoft Partners have little experience offering solutions that include infrastructure, and therefore it is a challenge for them to commit to a fixed monthly price based Dynamics NAV on Azure hosting service to integrate into their offerings.

What Does a Typical Dynamics NAV Cloud Customer Look Like?

A year ago, we launched 1ClickFactory’s Self-Provisioning for Dynamics NAV on Microsoft Azure Service to help Dynamics Partners quickly, securely implement Dynamics NAV solutions on Microsoft Azure through self-service for their customers, eliminating the risk to Partners. Given the success of this program, we thought it might be helpful for you, the Microsoft Partner, to know more about the basic characteristics of the typical Dynamics NAV Cloud customer.

A Simple Checklist To Identify Dynamics NAV on Azure Projects Quickly

Whether Dynamics NAV solution you’re selling will run on Microsoft Azure or in the customer’s datacenter, you should think about doing the proof of concept on Microsoft Azure. Keep in mind, there are specific characteristics that make some custom development projects an especially good fit for Microsoft Azure.