Policy as Code is a combination of two important practices for managing your Azure governance at enterprise scale: Infrastructure as Code (IaC) and DevOps. This session walks viewers through an example workflow for Policy As Code combining the power of Bicep language, GitHub, and GitHub Actions to ensure a repeatable process for your Azure governance across multiple tenants and subscriptions.
Jesse Loudon is a Principal Consultant specialising in Microsoft Azure, DevOps and Infrastructure-as-Code initiatives; with over 10+ years professional IT experience. Jesse is a continual learner, collector of certifications, author of technical blog posts on jloudon.com; and a strong advocate for the Microsoft Azure community
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