Cloud computing has opened new paradigms that enable enterprises to reach new levels of productivity and scale. At the tip of that spear is serverless computing, enabling developers, teams, and organizations to focus on business logic and leave hosting and scaling of resources to the cloud platform.
Python support for Azure Functions is now generally available and ready to host your production workloads across data science and machine learning, automated resource management, and more.
Today we’re focusing on how building serverless microservices is a great fit for event-driven scenarios, and how you can use the Azure Serverless platform for that.
Java developers on Azure and Azure Stack can build and run production Java applications using Azul Systems Zulu Enterprise builds of OpenJDK without incurring additional support costs.
Azure Event Grid now allows you to send your events to an Event Hub. This will let you use stream processing tools and more services within Azure, as well as to keep a log of all your events, which you can replay at any time.