Infrastructure Deployment Automation with Red Hat Ansible & Azure Bicep | Linux and Open Source
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The latest updates to configure and manage your Linux workloads in Azure. We recently introduced a new, simpler open source declarative language called Bicep that helps you easily deploy Azure resources. For Red Hat users, we’ll show you the new managed app version of the Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform on Azure, to set up a maintenance-free ansible environment in Azure. Lachie Evenson, Linux and Azure expert, joins Jeremy Chapman to share how we have focused on removing the learning curve to make it easier to configure and manage your workloads in Azure.

 

 

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Bicep is available now, learn more at https://aka.ms/bicep

 

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- Up next, we take a look at the latest updates for configuring and managing your Linux workloads in Azure starting with a new open source Bicep language that helps you more easily deploy Azure resources. And for Red Hat users, we’ll show you the new managed app version of the Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform to set up a maintenance-free Ansible environment in Azure. So today, I’m joined by Linux and Azure expert Lachie Evenson from the engineering team in Azure, joining us all the way from his home today in San Francisco. Welcome.

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