Working with Azure Data Factory, you probably noticed that the deployment process is quite a "unique approach". Comparing it to an API or website deployment that generates ARM Templates, it raises the question “Why is it so different and difficult to deploy to ADF?”. Well, it doesn’t have to be…
Wesley Camargo is a Microsoft MVP in Developer Technologies with a focus in DevOps, graduated from Instituto Federal de São Paulo with over 12 years of experience in projects in several countries, in areas such as Cloud, DevOps, Development, Infrastructure, Agile Process and Team Leadership. His main focus is on Azure Cloud and DevOps. He is always willing to share knowledge with the community through lives, events, and blog posts, and has as the main goal to improve the DevOps process in companies, automating everything as possible to make everyone's life easier.
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