Speaker

Stefan Ivemo

Stefan Ivemo

Technical Architect | Microsoft MVP Azure

Västerås, Sweden

Stefan Ivemo is working as a Technical Architect at Advania - Knowledge Factory focusing on Azure Infrastructure, Governance and Architecture. Stefan spends most of his time helping organizations getting started with Infrastructure as Code using Bicep and AzOps. Stefan is a Bicep Core maintainer, creator of the Bicep PowerShell module and organizer of Västerås Azure User Group. He loves contributing to different open-source projects and docs.microsoft.com.

Awards

Area of Expertise

  • Information & Communications Technology

Topics

  • Azure
  • Azure Architecture
  • Azure Networking
  • Azure Bicep
  • AzOps
  • IaC
  • DevOps

Chalk up! Time for some advanced Bicep training!

So, you've learned the basic Bicep syntax by now? Converted your ARM templates to Bicep? Your ARM deployments game is getting stronger but it's time to shape your Bicep(s) in order to do some real heavy lifting and go full on Infrastructure as Code. In this demo packed session we will explore some of the advanced features of Bicep and push the limits of what's possible to do with template deployments.

AzOps - Deploying ARM and Bicep to Azure in the real world

Organizations all over are adopting Cloud Adoption Framework Enterprise-Scale architecture in their Azure environments. But how should it all be managed after the initial deployment? How do we succeed with our Infrastructure as Code strategy?
Whether you've deployed ESLZ using the reference implementations found on GitHub, or built it all from scratch, AzOps is the tool to use to be successful. In this session you will learn what AzOps is and how it will help your organization manage everything in Azure declarative using Bicep and ARM templates in an automated fashion.

Strengthen your ARM using Azure Bicep!

Is your index finger sore from all ClickOps? I've got the cure for you! Bicep is a Domain Specific Language (DSL) for deploying Azure resources declaratively. In this demo packed session, you will learn how to quickly get started with Infrastructure-as-Code(IaC) on Azure using Bicep. Even if you are an Azure Portal lover, IaC novice, Terraform master or an ARM Template expert, Bicep will blow your mind and strengthen your ARM deployment game!

Azure networking for developers

We're building more and more applications in the cloud, but how do we make sure that they are secure in terms of networking? How do I connect my Azure resources to services on-premises securely? And why should I use private endpoints on all PaaS-services? In this session we will learn some basic networking targeted for developers and take a look at how the fictional company Space Unicorn Ltd. are building applications in Azure using private networking only.

Stefan Ivemo

Technical Architect | Microsoft MVP Azure

Västerås, Sweden