Brian Martel, an experienced Azure and DevOps developer, has spent the last decade mastering technologies such as Kubernetes, Docker, Ansible, and Terraform. Armed with a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science and certifications like Cloud DevOps Engineer Expert (AWS and Azure) and Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA), Brian has a proven track record of guiding organizations through successful transitions to cloud-based infrastructures and implementing efficient DevOps pipelines.

He generously shares his wealth of knowledge as a mentor and an active participant in the developer community, contributing articles, speaking at user groups, and engaging with others on social media. All the while, Brian remains dedicated to staying current with the latest trends in his field.

Brian Martel has written 6 articles, which have been read 201602 times.
Abstract: This tutorial delves deep into the world of Azure’s identity management, covering features of Azure AD. It also mentions some new features of Microsoft Entra ID.
Abstract: This tutorial provides a guide on Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). It covers key features such as AKS cluster creation, both manually and with automation tools like Terraform. It also discusses AKS cluster scaling, Azure Virtual Kubelet, and the management of AKS updates.
Abstract: Azure Resource Manager (ARM) templates provide a powerful, flexible solution for managing and deploying resources in Azure. This article explores ARM template structure, deployment of multiple resources, multi-tiered templates, nested and linked templates, and parameter files.
Abstract: This tutorial explores the principles of Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD), their importance in the IT4IT Reference Architecture, and the significance of Application Life-cycle Management (ALM). We will briefly discuss the challenges of implementing CI/CD, the process of pipeline development, and clarify common CI/CD terminology.
Abstract: This tutorial discusses the provisioning of virtual machines (VMs) in Microsoft Azure using PowerShell, Azure CLI, and Azure Resource Manager (ARM) templates. It demonstrates the process of creating VMs with custom configurations and explains how to manage VM resources through scripting and ARM templates.
Abstract: This overview about Azure Essentials highlights the benefits, deployment models, and service models of cloud computing, along with essential Azure concepts, such as regions, availability zones, Azure Resource Manager, ARM templates, resource providers, resource types, and resource definitions. Additionally, the overview touches on powerful tools for managing Azure resources and services, such as Azure CLI and Azure PowerShell.