Azure Functions is a key part of Microsoft serverless offering. At its core, it is a compute service, but its real power lies in integration capabilities. A lot has been said and written on how to use build in triggers and bindings to connect with databases, queues, web requests, and third-party APIs. There is however one aspect of Azure Functions which has been neglected - extensibility. This talk will walk you through Azure Functions extensibility with practical examples. It will give you the tools to push its integration capabilities further and get even more from Azure Functions.
An experienced software developer and architect. For more than 10 years he has been creating software for health care, banking or e-learning industries. Currently, he is building web applications and microservices using ASP.NET Core and Azure.
He is constantly sharing his knowledge through his blog or presentations at conferences and user groups. He is also a founder and maintainer of several open source projects.
Microsoft MVP in Developer Technologies category.