Walkthrough of Azure Bicep. Background about Azure and ARM. What do I need to use Bicep? The setup of tooling and some primers on how to start using IaC with Bicep. Different usages with Azure CLI, PowerShell and the also with your Pipelines.
Microsoft Azure MVP focusing on Microsoft Azure, Microsoft Office365 and Azure DevOps. Strong expertise in Windows Networking Services, Virtualization and PowerShell. I am a long time IT Systems Engineer who has worked across many practices and disciplines in my career, with a primary focus on Microsoft-based Infrastructure solutions or Mixed-environments. At this point, I have got +25 years of experience managing Microsoft-based corporate infrastructure, ranging from 50 user shops all the way up to +1,000 user organizations. Currently, I am the Azure Tech Lead at Bizdirect where my work focus on helping our customer with Governance and solution designs for Azure or hybrid environments. Former Senior IT Operations Analyst at Basecone (company part of the Wolters Kluwer Group) where my work focused on Azure DevOps, Octopus Deploy and AWS (particularly with CloudFormation, CI/CD and Automation). Previously, I worked as a Systems Engineer at DevScope where my work ranged the full Microsoft stack, from OnPrem services up to Azure, and solid exposure and knowledge around almost all of the core underlying technologies that support and power the core Microsoft Infrastructure stack.
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