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Mastering Azure Serverless Computing

By : Lorenzo Barbieri, Massimo Bonanni
Book Image

Mastering Azure Serverless Computing

By: Lorenzo Barbieri, Massimo Bonanni

Overview of this book

Application development has evolved from traditional monolithic app development to using serverless options and microservices. This book is designed to guide you through using Microsoft's Azure Functions to process data, integrate systems, and build simple APIs and microservices. You will discover how to apply serverless computing to speed up deployment and reduce downtime. You'll also explore Azure Functions, including its core functionalities and essential tools, along with understanding how to debug and even customize Azure Functions. In addition to this, the book will take you through how you can effectively implement DevOps and automation in your working environment. Toward the concluding chapters, you'll cover some quick tips, troubleshooting techniques, and real-world serverless use cases that will help you make the most of serverless computing. By the end of this book, you will have gained the skills you need to develop and deliver cost-effective Azure serverless solutions.
Table of Contents (19 chapters)
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Section 1: Azure Functions 2.0 Fundamentals
Section 2: Azure Functions 2.0 Deployment and Automation
Section 3: Serverless Orchestration, API Management, and Event Processing
Section 4: Real-World Serverless Use Cases

Versioning, monitoring, and API connections

The following screenshot shows the options that you have in the Logic App blade in order to manage versioning, monitoring, and API connections in your Logic App:

In the next sections, you will learn how you can use versioning, monitoring, and API connections in your Logic App.


The Logic App service has a versioning system that it uses transparently when you change your Logic App using the web designer tool.

Every time you change something in your Logic App and then save it, the service adds a new version in the versions that are available to the Logic App:

Using the Versions option in the left-hand side of the Logic App blade, you can see all the history versions for...