Azure Enterprise Policy as Code (EPAC)

Norwegian Advanced DevOps

Managing Azure Policy through the portal can be a hassle, especially when your tenant(s) become of a certain size. In this session we take a lookat the Enterprise Policy as Code (EPAC) solution from Microsoft. EPAC comprises a number of scripts which can be used in CI/CD based system or a semi-automated use to deploy Policies, Policy Sets, Assignments, Policy Exemptions and Role Assignments. In this session: - What is EPAC and how does it work? - How does EPAC relate to Landing Zones and AzAdvertizer - Determine your Desired State Strategy - Managing Policies, PolicySets (Initiatives) and Assignments walk through After this session you have a good understanding on how EPAC works and a good idea on where to start your own PoC and implementation.


Bastiaan Wassenaar

Works hard, plays harder with Microsoft Azure

Bastiaan is an experienced IT infrastructure guy and Microsoft MVP who focuses on Microsoft Azure and software architecture. Born and raised in The Netherlands, Bastiaan now lives in Norway and works as an independent consultant. He is a big supporter of the “work hard, play harder” movement (if there is one…) and enjoys exchanging knowledge and experiences with others.

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