Introduction To Serverless Architecture 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.