Julian and Anders talks Azure

English Advanced DevOps

In this session Anders will guide us through Azure Infrastructure as Code and Application modernization! Lookout fir Azure Verified Modules within Microsoft Bicep as there will be a demo on it. Julian will showcase the use of Azure policies with User-assigned identities and how we can manage them by code!


Julian Rasmussen

Microsoft Security MVP | Senior Consultant at Point Taken

IT Pro working at Point Taken AS. My primary focus is Microsoft Security and IAM. I do migration projects, implementation of new services as well of supporting your organization with best practises within Information Security. I have more than 15 years experience in IT, ranging from support, operations, team management, project management and consulting serivces. I also do publick speaking and blogging.

Anders Eide

Full time cloud junkie and Microsoft Azure MVP

Making the right decisions, combined with the eager to always be at the front of innovative technology, is why Anders Eide loves his job as Director at KPMG. In KPMG Eide leads a team of specialists focusing on Microsoft technologies like Microsoft 365, Microsoft Azure and Power Platform. Sharing his knowledge and experience from the field is also one of the reasons why has been rewarded as an Microsoft MVP since 2015

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