Infrastructure as Code su Azure: perché Bicep?

 
Italiano Intermediate Development

Tra le varie opzioni disponibili, se devo utilizzare un approccio basato su infrastructure as code in Azure la mia prima scelta ricade sicuramente su Bicep. Perché? Ci sono diversi motivi, tra i quali la semplicità della sintassi, la bontà degli strumenti di lavoro ed alcune feature native decisamente interessanti. In questa sessione vi racconterò quali sono a parer mio i punti di forza più rilevanti di questo nuovo linguaggio. Andremo inoltre a vedere come è più immediato utilizzare Bicep in un contesto strutturato rispetto agli ARM Template, grazie alla maggior facilità di riutilizzo del codice e l'integrazione con strumenti di CI/CD.

Speaker

Marco Obinu

Azure MVP, Advisory Engineer @ Softjam S.p.A, Geek to the bone

Curious by nature, talkative geek who can speak in front of a public or a camera, in love with technology, especially Azure and SQL Server. I want to understand how things work and to solve problems by myself during work as in my many hobbies.

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