There are multiple options in Azure to create your resources like VMs, databases or Web Apps. The Azure Resource Manager is one of them and ideal for infrastructure as code scenarios. In this session we will spend a few minutes on the basics of ARM and then quickly go into more depth on the advanced ARM-template topics! First, we will talk about how to organize your templates. As with normal code, we will try to create nicely structured and reusable templates. Linked templates can help tremendously with that so we will dive in those as well. We will look at quite some interesting template functions because they will make our templates more powerful and reusable. KeyVault comes in to play to show you how we can store our secrets or certificates there and have them available during deployment of our infrastructure. Last but not least I will show you how to use the array and object parameters to handle input in more complex scenarios and deploy your templates using Azure DevOps.