This blog post will show you how to output values from a Bicep deployment. This is an important task for anyone who uses Azure Bicep for infrastructure deployments.
In Azure, you can use Bicep to create and manage deployments. Bicep is a domain-specific language that allows you to automate the deployment of Azure resources.
In this blog post, we will show how to generate a resource name for a resource with Bicep randomly.
In this article, we will show you how to use variables in a Bicep template. Variables are a great way to keep your templates organized and easy to edit.
This blog post will show you how to deploy a Bicep template to Microsoft Azure using Azure CLI.
In this post, we will show how easy it is to define and build Bicep templates with VS Code Bicep extension.
This blog post will show you how to set a resource group location inside a Bicep deployment using a built-in function.
Deploying a resource group to Azure might be a simple task using Azure CLI, The portal or Azure PowerShell but not with Bicep.
This blog post will go over the four main reasons why it is a good idea to use Bicep over Terraform in Microsoft Azure.
In this blog post we will show how to create an Azure Container Registry (ACR) using Bicep declarative.