Building cloud native apps with serverless services

 
English Intermediate Compute

Serverless is one of the new and popular architectures for developing and deploying cloud-native applications. Serverless applications can scale to any number and offer less cost to its customer. Microsoft Azure also offers various serverless services for compute and database services. Azure functions, logic apps, and Azure container Instances are some of the serverless compute services. Azure SQL Database and CosmosDB are now available in serverless mode. This session describes the benefits of using serverless architecture for developing cloud-based applications with a demo on the real-time scenarios.

Speaker

Sonu Sathyadas

Microsoft Certificed Azure Developer and Administrator

Sonu Sathyadas is a Microsoft Certified Trainer on Azure cloud services. He has a vast experience of 12+ years in training and development in various Microsoft and open-source technologies. He is working on Azure cloud technologies from last 5+ years and helped Microsoft clients to migrate their workloads to Azure cloud. He is delivering certification trainings on Azure Administrator, Azure Developer, Azure Architect and AI engineer. He has acquired valuable experience in open-source technologies such as .NET Core, HTML5, Angular, React with Redux, BackboneJS, Azure, Cognitive Services, Bot Framework and Office 365. His key expertise lies in offering viable solution in Azure PaaS and IaaS services.

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