Using Infrastructure as code to deploy Azure Workload using Terraform and Bicep

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In this session, we will walk you through how to can deploy your Azure workflow using Terraform and Bicep.


Nicholas Chang

Platform Engineer@ Kainos | Passion in all things Azure and DevOps

I am a Platform Engineer working at Kainos interested in learning and sharing Azure Knowledge within the community. I work with Azure, Terraform and Azure DevOps and have a passion for Microsoft technology You can find me on my Twitter: @nick_cloudops or visit my blog @

Mark Allan

Software engineer, Microsoft MVP

Mark is a software engineer and Microsoft MVP and has learnt his trade from 35 years of mistakes. He's an expat Mancunian (red half) but has lived in his adopted home of Northern Ireland for nearly half his life. He's been a professional developer since the 1980s, mostly freelance, and has worked on a myriad of projects for everything from local startups and councils to multinational corporations and federal government departments. In search of a quieter life, he now works full time for Gearset in their Belfast office. While something of a technology omnivore, particularly if it's new and shiny, he currently tends towards React front-ends sitting on top of scalable cloud-first services, using a functional, event-driven and reactive approach. He's also a big advocate of the DevOps mindset. In his spare time he's a STEM Ambassador, CoderDojo mentor, Barefoot volunteer and organiser of the Northern Ireland Developer Conference.

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