A session on Infrastructure as Code using Bicep and automated deployment via GitHub Action. I would like to cover the below topics in that session. 1. Intro to Infrastructure as Code. 2. Intro to Bicep and ARM template. How they are interlinked. Challenges with ARM and how we can solve those using Bicep. 3. Intro to the Bicep Playground. 4. How easily we can write Bicep scripts using Azure Visual Studio extension in a smart way and make them simple as well? Also, how we can manage a sensitive piece of information? 5. How we can easily deploy using GitHub Action and the security boundary we can set to keep it secure. [If Possible a short demo] 6. Q&A
I have a total of 7.5 years experience, am a DevOps enthusiast, hard core techie and always lean towards automating things where we used to spend time in our daily jobs. I love to share my knowledge with the community and learn from the community as well. I am a big Pet lover and used to spend time with them in my free time, Currently, I have Dogs, Cats, Birds, Rabbits and a couple of fish as well.
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