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Jeff Brown

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Infrastructure as code aims to make resource deployment more predictable. Instead of writing complicated scripts, you write out what the resource should look like and then have a tool figure out how to deploy it. For Azure, the infrastructure-as-code solution has been the Azure Resource Manager or ARM templates written in the JSON syntax.

Microsoft recently released a new configuration called Azure Bicep, which makes the configuration writing process more manageable. In this article, you’ll learn about the Bicep syntax, authoring a Bicep template, and deploying Azure resources using Azure PowerShell and Azure CLI.

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