Bhargava Ch
What is the need of Azure functions like business scenarios?
By Bhargava Ch in Azure on Nov 29 2019
  • Guest User
    Oct, 2020 19

    Azure supports two types of queue mechanisms: Storage queues and Service Bus queues.Storage queues, which are part of the Azure storage infrastructure, feature a simple REST-based GET/PUT/PEEK interface, providing reliable, persistent messaging within and between services.Service Bus queues are part of a broader Azure messaging infrastructure that supports queuing as well as publish/subscribe, and more advanced integration patterns. For more information about Service Bus queues/topics/subscriptions, see the overview of Service should consider using Storage queues when:Your application must store over 80 GB of messages in a queue. Your application wants to track progress for processing a message inside of the queue. This is useful if the worker processing a message crashes

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  • Salman Beg
    Dec, 2019 12

    Azure functions are serverless functions. You can build the Azure Function in various languages like Node.js, C#, F#, Python, PHP, and even Java. Azure Fuctions are event driven which will run based on events or triggers. Also azure functions can be testable without publishing it.
    For Example:- I have a Twitter Account and when some tweet me then azure functions will automatically trigger an email to my mail id.

    Follow these links for more detail,


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  • Tanuj Khurana
    Dec, 2019 6

    if you dont worry about platform or infra.
    if you want to avoid cost, because Azure provide build in services these are plug and play no need to develop these things, like azure monitoring, exception handling, monitoring
    if u go for microservice based archetecture then Azure is very managed plateform
    if u want to automate your work then go to Azure, rather then giving 24*7 support of an application
    disaster recovery , replication, cdn etc use As PAAS
    Pay As you GO is the plus point.

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