Azure Policy is the way to enforce company's standards and settle compliance properly at-scale. While it's possible to do portal clickOps in small environments with little requirements, I found it's error prone and cumbersome to deal with in anything that is bigger than just a personal Azure tenant and a demo subscription in it. :) In this article I want to walk through different aspects of policies, provide simple examples of deploying policies as code (Azure Bicep) and outline several resources that I used along the way in my journey.
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There were some times this site was ruby on rails with a proper infra underneath, but not any more ...
You can also review this repo (in case you were interested in my theme).
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