Join Tiago Costa for an in-depth discussion in this video Triggers and bindings, part of Developing Long-Running Tasks with Microsoft Azure.
- When creating Azure functions, … we need to set up how the function will be invoked. … This, it's done by using triggers. … A function must have at least one trigger, … to say, how can I start. … All this is configured in the function.json file … I can also have bindings, by bindings, I can have input, … and output bindings, and they all will allow you … to connect to data, from your code. … All this avoids coding onto connect, … with a several bunch of Azure services, … you don't need to do this, you don't need to write the code, … because, bindings, will take care of those connections. … Again, this is configured using the funcition.json file. … So, how does a function.json file looks like? … So we have here an example of a function.json file, … and I have two bindings, … so the first element on the binding array that I have, … is the queue storage trigger, … that type in direction properties will identify the trigger, … the name property, will identify the function parameter … that receives the queue message content, …
- Creating and using Azure Storage queues
- Using Azure Service Bus queues
- Security for Azure Service Bus queues
- Creating and scheduling WebJobs
- Creating Azure functions
- Running Azure Batch workloads
Skill Level Intermediate
Azure DevOps First Lookwith Jose Miguel Rady Allende17m 30s Beginner
Scaling Applications with Microsoft Azurewith Tiago Costa1h 30m Intermediate
What you should know1m 10s
1. Azure Queues
2. Azure WebJobs
3. Azure Functions and the Serverless Era
4. Large-Scale Parallel Compute
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