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Slides from Future Unleashed 2015 – Authoring Azure Resource Manager Templates

IMG_20151106_082809I had a great time at Future Unleashed 2015 talking about Authoring Azure Resource Manager Templates. This was a one-day technical event where there were 11 tracks covering different aspects from Cloud to Data to Analytics.

The breakout session setup was a little weird. There were no walls for the breakout session room (or whatever you call it). It was just a big expo hall with 11 tracks spread across like exhibitor booths. All the attendees had to wear a headset to hear the speaker.

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This is where my session had happened. It took a few mins for me get adjusted to this but overall, it was a very good experience. My session was very interactive and the attendees showed lot of interest in learning how to build ARM templates. I used a step-by-step approach in my demo to show the ARM template authoring and discussed how to use some artifacts in the ARM template language. A 45-minutes session is certainly not enough to show everything but I certainly hope that my attendees got a good overview of the authoring process.

At some point, this month, we should have the session recording available too. I will post the demo scripts along with the session recording. Meanwhile, if you are looking for some in-depth content around learning ARM template authoring, take a look at my ARM template series.

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Ravikanth is a principal engineer and the lead architect for Microsoft and VMware virtualized and hybrid cloud solutions within the Infrastructure Solutions Group at Dell EMC. He is a multi-year recipient of Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award in Windows PowerShell (CDM) and Microsoft Azure. Ravikanth is the author of Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration Revealed (Apress) and leads Bangalore PowerShell and Bangalore IT Pro user groups. He can be seen speaking regularly at local user group events and conferences in India and abroad.