Azure Infrastructure as Code via Azure Bicep

 
English Intermediate Infrastructure

Bicep is currently an experimental language, a so called Domain Specific Language (DSL) that drastically simplifies the way of writing IaC for the Azure Platform. During this session we will go over this experimental language and learn how to get started.

Speaker

Maik van der Gaag

CTO

I'm the CTO of 3fifty, an experienced consultancy company with a strong focus on the Microsoft Cloud. I have over 15 years’ experience providing architecture, development, training and design expertise. During this I have worked in a variety of projects ranging from Cloud Transformations to DevOps implementations. I love to share knowledge which was also one of the reasons why he founded the Dutch Cloud Meetup. I’m a public speaker, write blogs and organizes events (http://dutchcloudmeetup.online). If you want to learn more about me or recover more about my expertise check out my blog (https://msftplayground.com).

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