Nowadays, serverless computing, also known as Function as a Service (FaaS), is one of the most popular topics and it is the fastest growing extended cloud service in the world. Moreover, it gained big popularity among enterprises and there has been a significant shift in the way companies operate. Today, building a reliable application might not be enough, especially for enterprises that have strong competition and demands on cost optimizations and faster go-to-market resolution metrics. Azure Functions allows you to write less code, maintain less infrastructure, and save on costs. Instead of worrying about deploying and maintaining servers, the cloud infrastructure provides all the up-to-date resources needed to keep your applications running. You focus on the code that matters most to you, in the most productive language for you, and Azure Functions handles the rest. Agenda: - Going serverless with Azure Functions - what should I know about it? - Azure Functions – lessons learned - Future of .NET on Azure Functions – what to expect? - Q&A Session
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