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Serverless Boost For Your Next Startup

Daron Yondem
December 06, 2019

Serverless Boost For Your Next Startup

This is a presentation I used during a couple of the Google Developer Groups DevFest events during December 2019.

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December 06, 2019

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  2. Serverless architectures refer to applications that
    significantly depend on third-party services (knows as
    Backend as a Service or "BaaS") or on custom code
    that's run in ephemeral containers (Function as a
    Service or "FaaS")

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  3. • The real dream of PAAS
    • No Infrastructure, No Containers (seriously?)
    • Scalable as hell!
    • Granular Billing (GB/s, GHz-Second)
    • No commitment, no hardware provisioning (c’mon?)

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  4. • Containers are the new VMs!
    • Server Patching > Container Image Batching
    • Container Orchestration is hard.
    • What if I have my dependencies though?

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  5. • You can have a fleet of EC2 instances, running containers,
    orchestrating and still worry about infrastructure.
    • You can have dozens of functions tightly coupled and
    delivered as a behemoth.

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  6. • Javascript, C#, C# Script, Python, PHP, Batch, Powershell
    • Timer-based processing
    • SaaS Event Processing
    • Full Serverless Architecture
    • Real-Time Stream Processing
    • Real-Time Bot Messaging
    • Serverless mobile back-ends

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  9. Creating our first “Hello World” function!

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  14. • Anonymous
    • Function Key
    • Host Key

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  20. • A “Run” file that containing the function code
    • A “Function” file containing all service and trigger bindings and
    • A “Project” file containing project assembly and NuGet
    package references
    • App Service settings, such as connection strings and API keys

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  21. V1 Only on Windows
    npm install -g azure-functions-core-tools
    V2 with .NET Core on all platforms
    npm install -g [email protected]
    Initialize your first function
    func init MyFunctionProj

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  22. Precompiled functions with C# and Visual Studio

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  27. • local.settings.json will have all your local settings on
    the dev machine.
    • C# can also be read in your code as environment variables.
    Use System.Environment.GetEnvironmentVariable
    or ConfigurationManager.AppSettings.
    • In JavaScript, use process.env

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  28. • Extend the existing Azure App Service platform
    • Go with “Consumption Plan” and be pure Serverless
    • Deploy Functions Runtime on an on-prem location in your
    Private Cloud.
    • Deploy Functions to Google Cloud, AWS, and more.

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  29. • Scale Controller : event-driven scaling through KEDA
    • Runtime Controller : functions runtime in a Docker container

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  30. Documentation
    • https://goo.gl/TqGtMr
    Azure Functions Runtime (Run on-prem)
    • https://goo.gl/hV7KgJ
    Documentation for the host.json file
    • https://goo.gl/W6kcV7
    More CLI commands to run functions locally
    • https://goo.gl/PSkqet
    Functions on Kubernetes
    • https://drn.fyi/2ppbVxN

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  31. http://daron.me | @daronyondem
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