Azure Verified Modules

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In this session we take a closer look at (AVM) Azure Verified Modules. With AVM the aim is to provide a trusted platform for organisations to find and deploy solutions that can be easily integrate with their Azure-based services and infrastructure. They can span a wide range of solutions, using popular infrastructure as code (IaC) tools such as Bicep and Terraform.


Marcel Lupo

Microsoft DevOps MVP | Speaker | Cloud Solutions & DevOps Architect.

Marcel is a Microsoft DevOps MVP, Cloud Solutions & DevOps Architect and technical speaker focused on Microsoft technologies in the Azure cloud platform and specialises particularly in Automation, DevOps and Developer Technologies, with a strong focus on IaC, Azure DevOps and GitHub. Marcel is passionate about technology and how it can be used in automation to bring value and solve complex business problems. Regular speaker at conferences and meetups, and enjoy sharing knowledge and technical content with the wider tech community. Also an organiser of the London Microsoft DevOps Meetup at the Microsoft Reactor in London. Currently works at Avanade UK&I as a Group Manager for DevOps Engineering.

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