The length of time it takes to implement Azure Cloud Services can vary greatly depending on a number of factors, including the complexity of the project, the resources required, and the level of expertise of the implementation team. Some simple projects may be able to be completed in a matter of days or weeks, while more complex projects could take several months or longer.
The main factors that affect the implementation time are:
The complexity of the project: A simple project with a few services and resources will take less time to implement than a complex project with many services and resources.
The resources required: More resources will take longer to set up and configure.
The level of expertise of the implementation team: A team with more experience and expertise will likely be able to implement Azure Cloud Services more quickly than a team with less experience.
The readiness of the customer and their IT team, for example, if customer has all the necessary information, access to resources and the knowledge on how to use the Azure Services.
It's also important to note that the time required for testing, troubleshooting and fine-tuning the services once they are set up should also be considered in the overall implementation time.