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“It’s time to migrate.”
Maybe the decision to switch cloud providers came “down from above.” Maybe the decision was yours. Perhaps your original solution was merely a spike to “kick the tires” of one cloud, and now it’s time to try another. Looking into a multi-cloud "hybrid" solution? Whatever your reasons, if you are considering moving your serverless code from AWS Lambda to Azure Functions, you’re in the right place to learn how!
“Moving from Lambda to Azure Functions” is a six-part videos series that covers what you need to know to make the transition between cloud providers. You’ll learn how to migrate your app, explore how resources in Azure relate to Amazon AWS, build a function locally, deploy it manually and learn how to push it automatically as part of a CI/CD pipeline.
You can view the source code for the sample app and deploy the migrated code directly to Azure with a single-click in the “AWSMigration” GitHub repository.
Move AWS Lambda to Azure Functions
This is the source code for the "Moving from Lambda to Azure Functions" video series that demonstrates how to migrate from AWS Lambda to Azure Functions.
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You can get started quickly with the migrated function. Simply click or tap the "Deploy to Azure" button. Be sure to enter a unique prefix (for example, use your initials or add a sequence). After the deployment is done, you can access and test the function.
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Source ("Pure") Function
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The first video provides and overview of the sample application and shows how to test and access it from the portal and the command line.
In the next article, we'll explore how to create an Azure Function from scratch.
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