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Moving on premise federation services server to Azure cloud.

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All my users currently using Office 365 with Exchange and SharePoint. The goal is move all our servers offsite to Microsoft Azure and only keep an Active Directory on premise.

Any good guide on moving federation services to Azure?
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I find this guide written quite well, pointed a customer of mine to it recently: http://www.concurrency.com/blog/migrate-adfs-for-office-365-to-windows-azure/

Though it's not really moving a server, if that is what you're looking for (1-1).
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Good Guide
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