Infrastructure as Code on Azure with Microsoft and Octopus Deploy

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Derek Campbell

Derek Campbell

Principal DevOps Advocate

Octopus Deploy

Mark Gray

Mark Gray

Principal Program Manager

Microsoft

Microsoft Azure is a leading cloud provider that releases new services daily. We host Octopus Cloud on the Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). We use Terraform and other Infrastructure as Code (IaC) languages to deploy Octopus Cloud.

In this webinar, Mark Gray, Principal Program Manager at Microsoft in the Azure Deployment team, will join Derek Campbell, and they will discuss and show you some of the many ways you can deploy your infrastructure to Azure using Infrastructure as Code.

You will learn:

  • About Infrastructure as Code on Azure
  • The different ways to define IaC on Azure
  • How to deploy an Azure web app and resource group using different IaC languages and approaches

Meet the speakers

Derek Campbell

Derek Campbell

Principal DevOps Advocate – Octopus Deploy

Derek Campbell is a Principal DevOps Advocate at Octopus Deploy in the Community team. Derek is passionate about helping and building Communities and has previously worked in Customer Solutions, where he helped some of the largest customers of Octopus be successful. During his time in DevOps and automation consultancy, Derek has automated CI/CD pipelines and helped lead and implement CI/CD at numerous companies worldwide. Derek is passionate about helping organizations and people improve using technology to help their personal and business objectives.

Mark Gray

Mark Gray

Principal Program Manager – Microsoft

Mark is a Principal Program Manager at Microsoft and works in the Azure Deployment team. His team’s mission is to ensure that our customers' primary interaction with Azure, typically an IaC tool/ language, such as Bicep, ARM Templates and Terraform is consistent, complete, and great. He and his team focus on making sure that Azure customers can be successful with Terraform. Mark has been working in the management space for his entire career. He started working with Microsoft first party technologies like Group Policy and PowerShell Desired State Configuration and then discovered the wonderful world of open source and has been hooked ever since.