Deployment stack with Bicep

Türkçe Intermediate Microsoft Azure

Many Azure administrators find it difficult to manage the lifecycle of their cloud infrastructure. For example, infrastructure deployed in Azure may span multiple management groups, subscriptions, and resource groups. Deployment stacks simplify lifecycle management for your Azure deployments, regardless of their complexity. A deployment stack is a native Azure resource type that enables you to perform operations on a resource collection as an atomic unit.


Hasan Gural

DevOps and Automation Architect

Hasan Güral was born in Istanbul and has worked in the IT sector in different positions, from consultancy to instructor for many years. Along with his university education, he took part in projects that shape the sector as a Senior Consultant and Trainer in different institutions such as Kibar Holding, Bilge Adam Information Technologies Academy and PeakUp Information Technologies. It has been awarded the title of Microsoft Valuable Professional (Azure) for its shares and contributions in the Microsoft Azure field. With the development of cloud technologies in the field of automation, he spends most of his time with PowerShell, Event-Driven Orchestration, Infrastructure as a Code and Configuration as a Code. He continues his career in Cloud Rundle as DevOps Engineer and Automation Enthusiast in England.

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