Advanced Azure Functions – beyond HTTP GET /helloworld

Kurzbeschreibung der Session

Azure Functions enable to swiftly create serverless applications & services. But in practice, we soon face situations where the simple Hello-World-ish approaches do no longer suffice. In this talk, Christian Weyer shows you how to use Microsoft's Functions-as-a-Service (FaaS) platform to realize scenarios beyond the usual static triggers & bindings, like HTTP. He illustrates how you can secure your functions, create your own custom extensions, use dynamic bindings to implement tricky use cases. Hosting Azure Functions is also discussed because it is not always possible to use the public Cloud as-is. Come and see Azure Functions with C # in action - beyond Hello World.

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