Event-based Microservices with Azure Functions, EventGrid & Co.

Session Abstract

Whaaat? No servers? Well, yes. The Serverless approach for building microservices promises to offer a low entry barrier - for both getting starting and for fulfilling a target. In this session Christian & Boris will show you end-to-end Serverless with Azure & .NET Core by means of a realistic application scenario from customer projects.

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