Implementando IaC con Bicep y Azure DevOps

Spanish Intermediate Development/DevOps

En esta sesión conversaremos como la Infraestructura como Código (IaC) ayuda a garantizar la estabilidad y consistencia de nuestros entornos de trabajo en la nube, de igual forma veremos como podemos implementar y automatizar todo esto de manera sencilla mediante la integración de Bicep y Azure DevOps


Ernesto Cardenas

Arquitecto cloud, Microsoft MVP

Microsoft MVP - Developer Technologies y Microsoft Azure, Arquitecto Cloud en Interbank. Apasionado por los temas DevOps y Cloud, es speaker usual en diversos eventos de las comunidades agile, cloud y Microsoft.

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