Infrastructure As Code - How Azure Can Improve Your Software Development
Free workshop in English
from 16:00 to 17:00 (+2 GMT)
ABOUT THE EVENT
Join us to see how leveraging different technics, from Infrastructure as Code to on-demand provisioning can help you reduce the management of your development infrastructure. During the event, we will show you how to use Azure ARM templates, Azure Pipelines and GitHub to organize your development infrastructure.
WHO IS THIS SUITABLE FOR?
The session is intended for companies that offer solutions through software. The session is ideal for technical leads, software architects, developers and any technical position interested in software prototyping.
YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO:
Improve the software development leveraging infrastructure as code
Create Azure Resource Manager templates and integrate them
Create and to end workflow from GitHub to Azure
Director Application Services & Modern Workplace
Currently holding the position of Director Modern Workplace and Application Services in Telelink Business Services, Ognyan is in charge of the teams that are responsible for delivering our workplace of the future, software innovation, and data solutions.
Ognyan started his journey in Telelink Business Services in 2015 as Solution Manager, as part of the technology presales team focused on helping customers finding the right Microsoft solutions for their business.
Before joining Telelink Business Services, Ognyan was a Senior architect in DXC (former HPE) focused on cloud productivity solutions, and he was involved in one of the most significant transformation projects of the company. During these more than 15 years of experience in the ICT area, Ognyan achieved numerous certifications like TOGAF Certified, Azure Solutions Architect Expert, and Microsoft 365 Certified: Enterprise Administrator Expert.
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