Using Azure Functions to Build Nanoservices

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Instructor

Scott Peterson

Description

Azure Functions are analogous to database triggers: they execute code in the cloud in response to stimuli such as timers, blobs appearing in storage containers, and events arriving at event hubs. Azure Functions can be written in a variety of languages, including C#, JavaScript, Python, Bash, and PowerShell, and they're perfect for building apps and nanoservices using an event-driven, compute-on-demand model. Learn the ins and outs of Azure Functions in this demo-filled video from Scott Peterson — and learn new ways to architect cloud-based applications.

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