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In GitHub, how does Microsoft automatically update the README.md of a respective module?
2 projects | /r/AZURE | 17 Mar 2023
Anyone using ACR Repository for Bicep Modules with ADO?
5 projects | /r/azuredevops | 24 Feb 2023
Devops Pipeline + Bicep - Advice on how to structure
4 projects | /r/azuredevops | 22 Feb 2023
For modularized Bicep, I'd suggest you to take a look at Common Azure Resource Modules Library - probably not much of an use right now if you have implemented everything, but could be of use if you feel like refactoring something. I wouldn't suggest it as an example on how to do custom bicep implementation, but one can certainly take some inspiration from there, if not directly using the modules.
ARM / Bicep template development just by hand?
4 projects | /r/AZURE | 3 Jan 2023
What I found is that using the Resource Modules (https://github.com/Azure/ResourceModules) repo is the best approach. It simplifies the authoring quite a lot in my opinion. And every module on the repo is bicep. But since the modules are created by Microsoft/the community, not every resource or service has a ready module. I have been using it for the last 6-8 months, and find it covers 90% of my scenarios. And each module is quite well documented, but in some cases you have to study the module to figure out the required inputs.
2 projects | /r/devops | 21 Nov 2022
Question on detection multiple path changes
3 projects | /r/azuredevops | 30 May 2022
The https://github.com/Azure/ResourceModules repo (which I recommend strongly, if you are just starting with template specs/bicep modules) seems to be at least referencing https://github.com/dotnet/Nerdbank.GitVersioning though when I peeked at their pipelines I'm not sure if they are actually utilizing it for version numbers. For me it was a bit too complex approach, but might suit you.
What are some alternatives?
Enterprise-Scale - The Azure Landing Zones (Enterprise-Scale) architecture provides prescriptive guidance coupled with Azure best practices, and it follows design principles across the critical design areas for organizations to define their Azure architecture
azure-quickstart-templates - Azure Quickstart Templates
aks-baseline - This is the Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) Baseline Cluster reference implementation as produced by the Microsoft Azure Architecture Center.
ALZ-Bicep - This repository contains the Azure Landing Zones (ALZ) Bicep modules that help deliver and deploy the Azure Landing Zone conceptual architecture in a modular approach. https://aka.ms/alz/docs