Go serverless: Event-driven applications with Azure Functions | Azure Friday

Hosting in Azure – Go serverless: Event-driven applications with Azure Functions | Azure Friday


Go serverless: Event-driven applications with Azure Functions | Azure Friday

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Jeff Hollan joins Scott Hanselman to show how you can quickly develop and deploy code to run in the cloud with Azure Functions. Functions can be written in a variety of languages, and will automatically trigger and scale based on your application needs.

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Quickstart: Create your first function in Azure using Visual Studio

Tutorial: Create and deploy serverless Azure Functions in Python with Visual Studio Code

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Go serverless: Event-driven applications with Azure Functions | Azure Friday

16 thoughts on “Hosting in Azure – Go serverless: Event-driven applications with Azure Functions | Azure Friday

  1. Folks, can we stop using VS Code to demo functionality such as this, and use proper Visual Studio. If you're this deep into Azure then you ain't using VS Code other than for "Hello World".

  2. Hello Team,

    I have an application(nodejs) containing multiple folders like bin, conf, lib, etc. Can we convert this kind of big application as serverless? or all the code should be written in a single file?

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