How to deal with persistence in serverless applications?

Serverless means stateless, right? But surely applications need to persist some state somewhere. What are the right choices for storage solutions that fit a serverless architecture?

In this session, I'll provide several answers to this question. We'll look at several Azure Functions, written in .NET Core. The other key Azure components in this architecture include; CosmosDB, Table Storage, Blob Storage, and Durable Entities. By the end of this session, you'll have a good grasp of the various storage options which will fit your serverless architecture best.

Marc Duiker

I ♥ Serverless, Dev Communities, & Creative Coding

Amsterdam, Netherlands

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