Azure Functions take the bus

 
Italiano Intermediate Development

Using the Azure Service Bus trigger with a function is really easy and powerful. But what if we need a much more structured way to control the flow of messages, if we have many events that we want to handle? And how about error handling and retry policies? Wouldn't it be nice if we could also write our handlers exactly like we do when we're not in a serverless world? Let's see how this is possible using NServiceBus with serverless endpoints.

Speaker

Andrea Ceroni

Senior R&D Software Developer @ Elfo

Senior R&D Software Developer at Elfo. I worked several years for advertising and cinema companies using Maya and Python. Currently I work mainly with C# with special interest in mobile applications. UWP and Xamarin Certified Developer. 3D, mountains and photography enthusiast! Married with Federica, we have a golden retriever, Mila.

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