Suppose you want to learn the basics of Infrastructure-as-code using a simpler syntax than Microsoft's ARM templates. In that case, Azure Bicep provides the perfect solution to simpler infrastructure provisioning on Azure. This learning path covers the essentials around Azure Bicep Templates, including setting up your first Bicep template, introducing standard features such as parameter files, and how to convert from ARM templates.
The idea is to get you up and running with a practical understanding of using Bicep to provision your Azure infrastructure. If you have any feedback relating to this learning, please get in touch with us at email@example.com.
- Using Parameters and Variables with Azure Bicep Templates
- Utilizing Parameter Files with Azure Bicep Templates
- Converting ARM Templates to Azure Bicep
This learning is helpful for anyone who wants to learn how to use Azure Bicep to manage infrastructure on Azure.
To get the most out of this learning path, you should have some basic understanding of Microsoft Azure, but it's not essential. Complete beginners and those interested in Infrastructure-as-Code are welcome to take this course.
Adil is a Microsoft Certified Trainer, former Azure Engineer, and loves all things Azure. He's a Certified Azure Administrator and has worked for some of the biggest MSPs in the world (Cognizant, New Signature, CoreAzure). He loves to combine his two passions: cloud and teaching.
Adil specializes in Azure Infrastructure services and has a curiosity for new, in-preview services from Azure, getting his hands familiar with the content before most of the world does. Adil has a keen interest in deploying services to Azure using Infrastructure-as-code and Azure DevOps. Outside work, Adil helps run a growing community of IT professionals looking to break into cloud and regularly runs workshops and webinars.