Beginning Serverless Architectures with Azure

Beginning Serverless Architectures with Azure
Beginning Serverless Architectures with Azure
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Migrating your application to a cloud-based serverless architecture can be tedious and difficult. Learn everything you need to know to get up and running with your own serverless development on Microsoft Azure.

Microservices is fast becoming the preferred approach for application development. In this course, you’ll start with the basics and progress on to the advanced topics. You’ll begin by working through a single function and work towards integration with other Azure services, such as App Insights and Cosmos DB. You’ll also learn to handle common user requirements, such as analytics and the high-performing distributed storage. Last, but not the least, you’ll also be provided the context that you need to get started on a larger project.

What You Will Learn

  • Analyze the advantages and disadvantages of serverless development
  • Build a fully-functioning serverless application with Azure services
  • Define what serverless computing is and its technical basis
  • Create, deploy, and manage your own Azure Functions in the cloud
  • Architect greenfield serverless applications
  • Integrate Azure Functions with legacy applications
  • Interpret design principles for effective serverless code
Table of Contents

01 Course Overview
02 Installation and Setup
03 Lesson Overview
04 Understanding the Benefits of Serverless Computing
05 Understanding the Drawbacks of Serverless Computing
06 Creating an Azure Function
07 Debugging an Azure Function
08 Deploying an Azure Function
09 Technical Basis of Azure Function
10 Lesson Summary
11 Lesson Overview
12 Integrating with Other Azure Services
13 Logging with Application Insights
14 Security with API Keys
15 Lesson Summary
16 Lesson Overview
17 Architecting Greenfield Serverless Applications
18 Integrating Legacy Applications with Serverless Architecture
19 Lesson Summary