Azure Loves Terraform | Infrastructure as code | A Perfect World

 
English Intermediate DevOps

This session is about the concept of infrastructure as code (iac) how all the core concepts we use day in day out in our software development life cycle could apply to infrastructure resources. Moreover, Terraform introduction and how Azure infrastructure comes in life using Terraform.

Speaker

Tariq Younas

Cloud Solution Architect

Tariq Younas (Azure MVP) is a senior technology specialist holding 14+ years experience in Microsoft technologies particularly Azure/ Azure Stack Hub (Hybrid Cloud)/ SharePoint / Office 365/ DevOps Automation and cloud-native architectures. His areas of interest include Public/ Hybrid Cloud, IoT, Edge computing and Enterprise Architecture. He worked on application modernization and several IaaS/ PaaS migrations successfully. He is an international speaker/ author and member of (IASA Global) an Association for All IT Architects and AEA (Association of Enterprise Architects). Recently he has been awarded by Microsoft (MVP) award for Azure. You can find his Geeky Adventures at https://TariqYounas.net. MVP public profile: https://mvp.microsoft.com/en-us/PublicProfile/5003659

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