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Azure Functions makes it super easy to deploy individual functions that each respond to an event. But what happens when those functions form part of a workflow?
It can get very complicated trying to track and manage the progress of workflows when they are formed of multiple stateless isolated functions.
In this talk, Mark will demonstrate how Durable Functions extends Azure Functions with orchestrators enabling you to manage the state of your workflows, support error handling, retries and simplifying the implementation of more complex patterns such as fan out, and waiting for external events.
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Order from Chaos - Managing Serverless Workflows with Durable Functions
Mark is a Microsoft MVP, Pluralsight author and open source developer. He works as .NET developer and software architect, building digital evidence management systems in Azure for the police.