애저 Durable Functions으로 Request Bin 만들어보기

 
Korean (Korea) Introductory Compute

웹훅 API 테스트를 위해 어떤 서비스를 쓰고 계신가요? 예전에는 RequestBin 이라는 서비스가 있었는데 지금은 없어졌고, 대신 다른 서비스들이 많이 나왔습니다. 그렇다면, RequestBin 서비스를 직접 만들어 볼 수는 없을까요? 애저 Durable Functions를 이용하면 상태를 저장할 수 있기 때문에 내가 어떤 웹훅을 테스트해 봤는지에 대한 히스토리를 볼 수 있습니다. 이번 세션에서는 이 Durable Functions를 이용해서 RequestBin 서비스를 직접 구현해 보도록 하겠습니다.

Speaker

Justin Yoo

Cloud Advocate, Architect, ex-Microsoft MVP, Speaker, Author

Justin is a Senior Cloud Advocate at Microsoft and was double-awarded Microsoft MVP in both Azure and Developer Technologies since 2015. He is passionate at serverless technologies, enterprise integration and SRE/DevOps, and tries to find a better way of doing things right and getting things done.

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