So, you've learned the basic Bicep syntax by now? Converted your ARM templates to Bicep? Your ARM deployments game is getting stronger but it's time to shape your Bicep(s) in order to do some real heavy lifting and go full on Infrastructure as Code. In this demo packed session we will explore some of the advanced features of Bicep and push the limits of what's possible to do with template deployments.
Stefan Ivemo is working as a Technical Architect at Advania - Knowledge Factory focusing on Azure Infrastructure, Governance and Architecture. The last couple of years Stefan have been helping customers of different sizes in both Public and Private sector on-board Microsoft 365 and Azure. He is also the creator and one of the maintainers of the community driven Bicep PowerShell Module.
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