Azure Serverless Development

Learn to build a llama image scraper using Azure and Serverless development. In this workshop, you will get hands-on with Azure Functions and Azure Logic Apps, learn how to use triggers and bindings, connectors and much more to connect cloud services together to create a collection of your favourite llama assets.

    You will walk away with an understanding of how Functions are made, what their inner components are, and how you can use them quickly and efficiently in your own projects. Also, learn to use Cosmos DB, and then connect it all together to get some llamas.

    Topics covered

    • What is serverless?
    • Building an Azure Function with VS Code
    • Using Azure Logic Apps to connect services
    • Deploying and configuring a Cosmos DB database
    • Connecting services on Azure using best practices
    • Understanding Azure security best practices
    • Using GitHub actions
    • Serverless and Kubernetes. Really?

    Developers with 1+ years’ experience that want to understand what serverless is and how it works with Azure applications.
    Developers that want to get an insight into using Azure and cloud computing.


    • An Azure account. The free tier is okay.
    • Visual Studio Code.
    Lars Klint
    Senior Developer Evangelist - Pluralsight

    Lars is a Senior Developer Evangelist with Pluralsight, author, trainer, Microsoft Azure MVP, community leader, aspiring YouTube host and part time classic car collector. He is heavily involved in the space of cloud computing services, especially Azure, and is a published author, solution architect and writer for numerous publications. He has been a part of the software development community for the past 20 years and co-organises the DDD Melbourne community conference, organises developer events with Microsoft, and also runs a part time car restoration business. He has spoken at numerous technical events around the world and is an expert in Australian Outback Internet.

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