Project Bicep: ARM Templates Evolved

ARM Templates are evolving! Microsoft have released a preview of brand new language for working with ARM Templates called Project Bicep.

In this session we will explore Project Bicep to understand what it is, how it works and why it's being introduced. Attendees will learn how to write and deploy Bicep templates, see the benefits of the Bicep language over the current ARM JSON language, and learn about what is coming in the future for Bicep.

At the end of this session attendees should have a good understanding of how to get started using Bicep and what benefits it will bring for them.


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Sam Cogan

Sam Cogan

Solutions Architect & Azure MVP

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