In the modern world of digital transformation and the increasing popularity of cloud technology, almost every single application becomes part of a more complex distributed system. With the help of Serverless services, some parts of applications can be implemented more easily and efficiently. In this session, you will learn how to implement and operate long-running applications using Azure Functions. You will learn about developing and monitoring long-running applications useful for integration scenarios. This deep-dive session demonstrates how durable functions can be used to deploy and monitor long-running processes composed in Docker containers and operated in the Azure Container registry. This session focuses on software architects and developers with the goal of designing and implementing modern enterprise applications. Demos in this session will include lessons learned and best practices from real enterprise customer projects.
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