Infrastructure as Code mit Bicep in Azure

 
German Intermediate Other

Bicep ist die domänenspezifische Sprache von Microsoft mit deren deklarativer Syntax sich Azure Ressourcen einfach bereitstellen lassen. In dieser demolastigen Session lernen wir anhand eines umfangreichen Szenarios aus der Praxis wie verteilte Web Applikationen in Azure modelliert und erstellt werden können. Dabei gehen wir auf verschiedene Azure Dienste wie App Services, Container Apps, Service Bus, Storage, Functions und FrontDoor ein mit vielen praktischen Tipps und Tricks.

Speaker

Philipp Bauknecht

CEO medialesson. Microsoft Regional Director & MVP. Passionate about the Cloud & great User Interfaces

Hi, I’m Philipp Bauknecht from Germany, Founder & CEO of medialesson GmbH. I help my customers design, architect, build and operate modern, beautiful and useable Apps that run on any platform as a consultant, architect and trainer together with my team of highly skilled designers and developers. Besides I teach Interface Design at the Pforzheim University and engage with the community as a speaker at conferences and user groups and organizer of code camps and hackathons. I was selected as one of the one hundred creative talents by the European Union and the Committee of the Regions. I co-founded the network EF.EU – European Forum for Enhanced Usability and a local industry initiative for IT (mitpf.de). I was awarded a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for Windows Development in every year since 2013. In 2017 I was accepted into the Microsoft Regional Director (rd.microsoft.com) Program. I’m married, a father to identical twins and love to serve our community as a member of the Rotary Club of Pforzheim.

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