Event Driven Architecture Category

All of my Blog posts and Articles in the Event Driven Architecture Category


Azure Functions Event Based Architecture

As I mentioned in my previous post on Azure Function basics, Functions are self contained code that are initiated with a trigger. This makes Functions extremely useful when working with Event driven architectures where your application is responding to discrete events. This week I spent a bit of time away from playing with the technology I’m using to build a Discord Bot and really started to plan out how to build the features.

Local Development of Azure Functions

One of the first things you want to do when you start out developing an Azure Function is to run it and potentially debug issues. You want to see what is going on with your Function before deployment to make sure it is working as intended. Let’s take a look at how to set up Visual Studio (2019 Community Edition) to run Functions locally, see what is going on and debug them.

Azure Function Basics

The Basics of Azure Functions I started getting back into writing a Discord Bot using a Micro-services architecture. I’m using Azure Functions to do a lot of the heavy lifting when it comes to writing my bot and I thought it might be useful to do a deep dive into why I chose them. In this post I’m going to go through what Azure Functions are, when to use them and some application structures that best leverage this technology.

Discord Bot Part 1 - Designing the Bot and creating the event proxy

Building services using a microservices architecture offers a number of benefits, especially when combined with the serverless options cloud providers can offer. This combination allows you to build a variety of small services, that cost very little, but can scale up with minimal to no additional effort and handle burst scaling really well. Over the next few posts I am going to go through designing and building a microservices application using a variety of services within Azure.

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