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Serverless Python functions in Azure

Episode #218, published Tue, Jun 25, 2019, recorded Wed, May 8, 2019

Do you have stateless code that needs to run in the cloud? The clear answer years ago was to create and HTTP, or even, gasp! A SOAP service before then. While HTTP services are still very important, some of this code can move entirely away from the framework that runs it with serverless programming and hosted functions.

On this episode, I meet up with Asavari Tayal to discuss serverless programming in the cloud.

Links from the show

Asavari on Twitter: @tayalasavari
Azure functions on Twitter (really ;) ): @AzureFunctions
Azure Functions: functions.azure.com
Episode transcripts: talkpython.fm

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Asavari Tayal
Asavari Tayal
Asavari is a Program/Product Manager for Microsoft Azure Functions & App Service. Leading language extensibility for Functions, she is responsible for driving net-new users to the platform by building support for open source languages such as Java and Python. She drives the runtime features, platform support and business strategy for each of these individual stacks and developer communities.
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