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Process events with serverless code

  • Pros

  • Consumption based
  • Low cost compute
  • Broad range of triggers and bindings
  • Dedicated SKUs available
  • Workflows via Durable Functions
  • Good language support
  • Can run on Kubernetes (KEDA)
  • Cons

  • Slow cold-start

Read our blog posts about Azure Functions

Configuration in Azure Functions - What's in the box?

Configuration in Azure Functions - What's in the box?

Jonathan George

The first in a series of posts talking about how to best work with configuration in Azure Functions
How to trigger an Azure Synapse pipeline run from C#

How to trigger an Azure Synapse pipeline run from C#

Jonathan George

A rundown of how to trigger an Azure Synapse pipeline run from C# code.
Integration Testing Azure Functions with SpecFlow and C#, Part 5 - Using Corvus.SpecFlow.Extensions in a build pipeline

Integration Testing Azure Functions with SpecFlow and C#, Part 5 - Using Corvus.SpecFlow.Extensions in a build pipeline

Jonathan George

If you use Azure Functions on a regular basis, you'll likely have grappled with the challenge of testing them. Even now, several years after their introduction, the testing story for Functions is not hugely well defined. In the final post in this series, we show how to ensure specs written using Corvus.SpecFlow.Extensions can run as part of your build pipeline.