Deploy and Scale your event driven apps using Azure Functions into microservices environment powered by Azure Container Apps and KEDA
In this session you will see how to build and deploy function apps into a cloud native microservices environment that is already hosting Azure Spring Apps integrated with Azure Service Bus. The apps scale on demand dynamically as events increase using KEDA. All the microservices will be hosted in a unified and managed azure container app environment.
What will you learn from this session: Build, Deploy and scale Azure function apps into cloud native app environment hosted on Azure container apps
Prerequisite for the session: Prior knowledge of Azure functions or cloud native development.
Speaker Bio: Ramya Oruganti
Ramya is a PM with Azure Functions focusing on enabling Azure Functions on Kubernetes environments. She also works on triggers in the event streaming space such as – Kafka, event hubs, RabbitMQ and SQL as well. She has been working in the cloud and data space for more than a decade. She works and contributes to an OSS project called KEDA which helps with dynamic scaling of Kubernetes pods based on events.
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Twitter - @ramyaoncloud
LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/ramya-oruganti-b786452b/
Event Host: Reshmi Sriram
Reshmi is a PM @ Azure Native ISV Services, previously at Static Web Apps, Microsoft. True to her not-so-great coding skills, she now works at improving the developer experience for beginners and enthusiasts, and firmly believes in building a strong community of supportive developers. Goes by the mantra "Procrastination is the key to Impulsiveness.
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