When you design your infrastructure provisioning model, you need to choose whether you want your infrastructure to be mutable or immutable.
In a traditional mutable infrastructure, infra components are incrementally updated and modified in place. An immutable infrastructure is another paradigm in which infrastructure components are never modified after they are provisioned.
Join me at my session where I will show you how to model a blue-green infrastructure provisioning process. You will learn what tools and options are available at the market, how to structure resource groups and how to use Traffic Manager or Azure Front Door to implement canary testing of your services under new infrastructure with “close to 0” down time.
This talk is rated level 200-300 with a target audience of developers and architects working with Azure infrastructure. You will hear a lot about automation, infrastructure as code and will learn what load-balancing options are available on Azure.
I am a Microsoft Azure MVP, Azure Solutions Architect Expert, Microsoft Azure Community and Content Hero, technical architect and developer with more than 20 years of experience, strong communication skills and love for automation.
I am currently working as a consultant at Konsulentselskapet Ensō AS and presently assigned to Vipps AS.
I have a very strong development background working with complex distributed back-end systems at the medium to big size enterprises in the financial sector. During the past 5 years, my focus has shifted towards Azure infrastructure, mainly because I feel that cloud infrastructure in general is becoming a central component of any IT. I believe that Azure, as a cloud provider, is one of the strongest players at the market.
Building up my Azure competence, I have completed AZ-300 and AZ-301 certification exams in 2019 and became an Azure Solutions Architect Expert.
Azure, DevOps, Automation, Infrastructure as Code, Immutable Infrastructure, CI/CD were on my daily agenda for the past few years.