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Azure Bicep — Pros & Cons

Azure Bicep is a declarative abstraction language used to simplify .json ARM templates that are used to provision infrastructure in Azure. But I was curious as to why I would use it over ARM, or a 3rd party tool like Terraform?

Azure Bicep


  1. It simplifies ARM templates — Bicep aims to take away some of the unnecessary .json boilerplating, leaving simpler, cleaner code, similar to Hashicorps…




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