Advanced Azure Functions

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Session Abstract

Azure Functions makes it easy to quickly create simple Serverless applications & services. However in the rarest cases "Hello World"-like implementations are sufficient in practice. So, can we implement complex requirements with that technology? Yes we can. In this talk Boris Wilhelms shows you how you can use Microsofts FaaS-platform to implement scenarios beyond the common triggers and bindings and how you can secure your Functions. The topic of hosting is also covered since it is not always possible to use the public cloud, but you can use and benefit from the Serverless concept in a on-premises environment.

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