Infrastructure-as-Code on Azure: all you need to know

 
Greek Intermediate Other

What is Infrastructure-as-Code (IaC) and why it does matter. Strategies to approach IaC (imperative vs declarative), and hands-on-time by leveraging the most popular tools on Azure. Bicep: the natural evolution for ARM templates Terraform: the cross platform framework Az CLI / Powershell: the shortest path to entry for IaC

Speakers

Nikolaos Antoniou

Cloud App Dev Specialist @Microsoft

Passionate about software engineering in the cloud era, avid coder, casual gamer and amateur cyclist. On a mission to help companies achieve more through strategic employment of Azure technologies.

Vaggelis Kappas

Sr. Azure Infrastructure Specialist

Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Specialist, that is helping enterprise customers to realize the benefits and value of the Cloud. Administrative member and moderator of autoexec.gr. Frequent speaker on technology events organized by the major IT communities in Greece, such as autoexec.gr and azureheads.gr. Proud husband and dad.

Thodoris Theodorou

Cloud Solution Architect (Apps & Infra) @ Microsoft

Thodoris has more than 18 years experience in application development and consulting. He is passionate about Microsoft technologies and focuses in empowering enterprise customers solve their business problems with cutting-edge software solutions. He holds an MSc in Computer Science and an MBA from ALBA Graduate Business School.

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