Introduction To Serverless Architecture In Azure

In this article, we will see how to create logic apps in Azure.


In this article, we will see how to create logic apps in Azure.

  • Concept
  • Implementation – Creating a new Azure Logic app.
  • Implementation – Access the Azure Logic Apps.


  • Now, the question is what is serverless Architecture, and the answer is it’s your serverless computer experience.
  • It usually scales on demand and you pay only for resources which you consume.
  • The main advantage is that you maintain your apps instead of infrastructure.
  • No need to worry about maintaining the server, especially when your workload grows.
  • You can scale anytime and you will get resources when you need them.
  • Create Functions in the language which you choose such as JavaScript, C# and F# and another scripting languages like Python, PHP, and PowerShell.
  • Take advantage of continuous deployment to integrate with DevOps pipeline and we use monitoring tools to troubleshoot.
  • It also builds rich, serverless scenarios by capitalizing on the range of azure and external services.

Implementation – Creating a new Azure Logic Apps.

  • Sign in to Azure Management portal.
  • Open Azure portal and click on “+”
  • Click on Web + Mobile and then select an option of “Logic App“.
  • Click on Create on next screen.

  • Fill in all the details like App Name, Subscription, Resource Group, Location etc.
  • Use existing Resource or create a new resource as per your requirement.
  • Give appropriate name and select pricing tier according to your requirement and replication.

  • Once you fill in all the required details, click on Create
  • Once your Logic Apps deploy successfully, open your Logic App.


Implementation – Access the Azure Logic Apps.

  • Open Azure Logic App which you just created.
  • Click on Logic App designer.
  • You will see multiple templates.


  • Choose a trigger “When an HTTP request is received”, then click on Save to generate URL.


  • Now, we will click on “Run” to activate the trigger and check whether we get the notification at the top of every HTTP Request being hit by “Run” action.

  • This is how to send any API request and get the response here immediately.