Microsoft Cloud Adoption Framework and Enterprise-Scale Architecture are adopted by organizations all over the world. There are several reference implementations published and getting started is quick and easy. But how do we manage our infrastructure as code? AzOps is a tool that let's us export select resources from Azure to ARM templates in a git repository as well as deploying ARM and bicep templates to Azure by simply dropping them in a folder representing a scope. Deploying infrastructure using code also gives us the full benefit of existing developer workflows like Pull Requests, enforced code reviews and pre-deployment validation. In this session, Simon will demonstrate how easy it is to get started using AzOps and take full control of your Azure Platform.
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