Thanks again to the Omaha Azure User Group for having demo Azure Bicep! In summary this video will take you from just having VS Code
Update: Check out my Cloud Lunch and Learn Marathon presentation w/ Bicep 0.3 for newer information Overview Version 0.2.3 of Azure Bicep introduced the ability
One of the requested features of YAML DevOps Pipelines has been the ability to add a manual intervention task. One that may pause the pipeline
YAML Pipelines can be problematic to troubleshoot. Try PowerShell or downloading the logs for expanded template information!
YAML Pipelines can be optimized for reuse via templating at the task, job, and stage level.
First this post isn’t designed to an exclusive study guide; however, some lessons learned and some of the tricks I used to pass the AZ 204: Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure.
First hand experience translating an Azure Quickstart template into a bicep example and commit it back to opensource
I know I am an advocate for YAML Pipelines to handle builds and releases; however, that doesn’t mean can’t take a minute to emphasis the
With the announcement of Role Based Access Control (RBAC) for Azure Key Vault it got me thinking about the dilemma that comes with RBAC controls.
Azure Platform As A Service (PaaS) offerings can be awesome. They can abstract a lot of the overhead involved with technology such as OS hosting,