Serverless-Architekturen für Java, .NET und node.js – mit Azure Functions & Co.

Session Abstract

Egal ob Sie Java, .NET oder node.js als Haupttechnologie nutzen: mit Serverless-Ansätzen können Sie schnell "Gummi auf die Straße" bringen, um ihre Microservices oder Ihren "Glue Code" mir-nichts-dir-nichts entwickeln und bereitstellen zu können. In diesem Workshop sehen Sie Azure Serverless-Dienste ohne großes Marketing-Tamtam im Einsatz. Neben den Grundlagen werden vor allem typische Anwendungsszenarien für Azure Functions, Azure Service Bus, Azure Storage und Co. illustriert. Lehnen Sie sich also zurück und sehen Sie Serverless in Action, mit Java, .NET und JavaScript.

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