Functions belong in the serverless category and are sometimes called Functions as a Service (FaaS). In this video, learn about how to deploy your solution using Azure Functions and Logic Apps.
- [Instructor] I think Azure Functions … solve a really specific problem really well. … They're so simple, yet can be powerful. … And you should consider them in the future … when you need a small program to do something. … They may not be great for every possible computing need, … but for code that is small enough … that creating it as a stand alone program … might be too much, they're great. … Let's say that you want a program … to run every five minutes that will run a sequel query … against the database, do a calculation, … and call a specific URL with the results. … It's not a big program. … If you go into C# in Visual Studio, … you could probably do all that … in less than 100 lines of code. … So how would you deploy this to Azure? … You could find a VM that you already have, … deploy this code into it, … and set a Windows scheduler on that code … and it would work. … Or you could deploy this to an app service … as a WebJob, and have that WebJob schedule … to run every five minutes. …
- Azure compute options
- Regions and availability zones
- Advantages of cloud computing
- Azure virtual machines
- Virtual machine scale sets
- Functions and logic apps
- Reserved instances and hybrid option
- Dev/Test licensing
- High-performance compute
Skill Level Advanced
Azure Administration: Manage Identitieswith Sharon Bennett1h 15m Intermediate
What you should know1m 46s
1. Azure Compute Basics
2. Computing Options
3. Managing Costs
4. High Performance Compute
5. Management Tools
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