In this session you will get up to speed with the 2 most important and popular options for Infrastructure as Code in Azure: Microsoft's own Bicep and Hashicorp TerraForm. Expect practical demos and takeaways you can start using in your organization today!
Jan Vidar Elven is a Cloud Platform & Security Architect working at Microsoft Partner Evidi Solutions AS in Norway. He is a Microsoft MVP in Security, an active speaker and blogger, and has more than 25 years’ experience inside IT infrastructure management and architecting solutions, working with Cloud & Datacenter, specializing in Azure, Enterprise Mobility, Identity Management, Service Management, Operations Management and Automation cross On-Premise and Azure environments.
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