Serverless != Stateless

 
German Advanced Developer Tools

Ursprünglich waren serverless functions für kurzlebige und zustandslose Abläufe gedacht. Mit der Einführung von "Durable Functions" und "Durable Entities" können nun aber auch komplexere Problemstellungen mithilfe von Azure Functions gelöst werden. In einem durchgängigen Beispiel zeigt Daniel Sklenitzka, wie parallele Workflows mit menschlicher Interaktion umgesetzt werden können.

Speaker

Daniel Sklenitzka

softaware gmbh

Daniel Sklenitzka ist Gründungsmitglied und Gesellschafter der softaware gmbh und unterrichtet nebenberuflich an der FH Oberösterreich .NET und Software Architektur. Außerdem hält er auch immer wieder Schulungen zu diesen Themen und ist Autor mehrerer Fachartikel.

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