In this session, we will discuss the three languages - ARM, Terraform and Pulumi, which can be used as IaC (infrastructure-as-code) to deploy infrastructure in Azure We will also discuss the feature comparison as well as the shortcomings and strength of each language.
Deepak is currently working as a Capability Lead for Insight Enterprise Perth, Australia. Deepak is an infrastructure Architect with a strong passion for Microsoft Azure. Deepak has more than 18+ years of experience and he has presented at various events like MMS, Channel9, TechEd, and TechReady. Deepak is also busy sharing his knowledge at Azure User Group and Perth and also blogs @ Techtalk.cloud, YouTube videos @ www.youtube.com/c/techtalkcloud
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