Azure Policy and Azure DevOps - Better together?!

 
German Intermediate DevOps

Session language is German! To maintain control and compliance of your Azure enviroment you should use Azure Policy and the Policy Management in the Azure Portal. But how does this fit together with a "code-first" approach of Azure DevOps and the everyhting-as-code idea? This session will teach you how to combine the power of Azure Policy and the tools and methods of Azure DevOps. How to check compliance from DevOps? How to maintain your Git based on Policy requirements? How does this fit together? Let us dive into to opportunities to get the best out of both tools to optimize your Azure

Speakers

Gregor Reimling

Azure MVP | Cloud Architect

Gregor is working for sepago GmbH as a Cloud Solutions Architect for Azure. His focus is Cloud Governance and Security, Hybrid Infrastructures and Azure Files. Since 2018 he has awarded with the MVP award for Microsoft Azure Gregor is mostly find as Speaker on many community conferences, blogs regulary at www.reimling.eu and is organizer of the Azure Bonn Meetup, an local Azure user group near Cologne.

Eric Berg

MVP Azure and CDM | Director Expert @CGI

Eric is Microsoft MVP for Microsoft Azure and for Cloud and Datacenter Management. He works as Director Expert at CGI. His main areas are: Microsoft Azure, Cloud Governance, Automation, Hybrid Infrastructure, Windows Server and Management Solutions. He is a former Global Subject Lead, Azure Architect, Cloud Consultant, System Center Consultant, and Microsoft Trainer. Eric is an active member of the Microsoft community. He is blogging on his website www.ericberg.de on a regular basis. He produces the GeekSprech Podcast and the GeekSchau Webcast. He runs the Azure Thüringen Meetup in Germany, with more than 350 members and monthly meetups. He is a well known and high rated speaker at conferences like Microsoft Ignite, MVP Summit, Microsoft Ignite The Tour, ExpertsLive, Azure Saturday, Cloud and Datacenter Conference, and many more. Eric is also a trainer on LinkedIn Learning, providing video trainings around Microsoft Azure. His motto: "The community lives from the community and only those who join in keep it alive!"

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