Automate deployment of Azure services with ARM Template (video)

Automate deployment of Azure services with ARM Template (video)

Automation is a useful thing.
It allows to avoid many mistakes and saves a lot of time. However, you need to invest some time to get started.
At least the basic knowledge of PowerShell, CLI, Azure DevOps and security issues is useful.
But what to do when these skills are missing in the team? How to start? Where to start?

In this video, I will show you briefly how to automate the deployment of service in Azure.

Links

In my local machine, on top of Git, I use TortoiseGit in order to manage code with Git repository:
TortoiseGit: https://tortoisegit.org/

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