Serverless Microservices - by example of Azure Functions (and a bit of deep dive into the platform)

Why does it have to be Serverless versus Microservices? Couldn’t it be rather Microservices with Serverless? Based on some of the well-accepted principles of Microservices, we can use Serverless architectures and technologies to build highly focused Microservices – which we might call Nanoservices. Christian Weyer will show you a pragmatic approach on how to build Nanoservices with Azure Functions, Azure Service Bus, Azure Storage and friends. Join him to see Serverless Azure in action, with .NET Core, JavaScript and Java – beyond the typical Functions-as-a-Service examples.

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