How to create an Azure Function in Visual Studio

I have relocated this article to its new home here:  https://benperk.github.io/msdn/2018/2018-04-how-to-create-an-azure-function-in-visual-studio.html These are some good instructions as well “Create your first function using Visual Studio”.  But I like to try it out myself.  Check out these other articles as well. How to connect to a database from an Azure Function Deploy an Azure Function created…


How to connect to a database from an Azure Function

I migrated this article to its new home here:  https://benperk.github.io/msdn/2018/2018-04-how-to-connect-to-a-database-from-an-azure-function.html I created a simple Azure Function and now I want to connect it to a database.  Check out these other articles as well. How to create an Azure Function in Visual Studio Deploy an Azure Function created from Visual Studio Check out all my Azure…


Deploy an Azure Function created from Visual Studio

This article has been moved to its new home here: https://benperk.github.io/msdn/2018/2018-04-deploy-an-azure-function-created-from-visual-studio.html I created an Azure Function and added some some code to connect to a database and now I want to deploy it to the Azure platform. How to create an Azure Function in Visual Studio How to connect to a database from an Azure Function…


An error occurred

This article has been moved to its new home here:  https://benperk.github.io/msdn/2018/2018-04-an-error-occurred.html While I was writing these articles about creating, developing local and deploying an Azure Function App, I received this error, Figure 1. How to create an Azure Function in Visual Studio How to connect to a database from an Azure Function Deploy an Azure…


Publish failed

This article has been moved to its new home here: https://benperk.github.io/msdn/2018/2018-04-publish-failed.html While I was writing these articles about creating, developing local and deploying an Azure Function App, I received this error, Figure 1. How to create an Azure Function in Visual Studio How to connect to a database from an Azure Function Deploy an Azure Function…


Deep Dive into TCP Connections in App Service Diagnostics

Note: This information below only applies to Windows web apps on App Service. Recently, we released the TCP Connections tile shortcut in App Service diagnostics. In this blog, we will walk through the implications of having unhealthy TCP Connections and how you can analyze them using App Service diagnostics. Why should you care about TCP…


How to configure GitHub or VSTS for use with an Azure Function

This article has been moved to its new home here: https://benperk.github.io/msdn/2017/2017-05-how-to-configure-github-or-vsts-for-use-with-an-azure-function.html I have written a few post about setting up source code repositories for App Services and now, while I am getting up to speed with Azure Functions I wanted to do the same.  Here are some other GitHub related articles I have written: #AzureFunctions #Azure…


How to deploy a .NET Core console application to Azure, WebJob

This article has been moved to its new home here:  https://benperk.github.io/msdn/2017/2017-03-how-to-deploy-a-net-core-console-application-to-azure-webjob.html Check out some of my other articles I wrote in regards to ASP.NET Core and .Net Core How to call an async method from a console app main method How to deploy a .NET Core console application to Azure, WebJob .NET Core application, where is…


Failed to run WebJob

This article has been moved to its new home here:  https://benperk.github.io/msdn/2017/2017-03-failed-to-run-webjob.html It is possible to run an Azure WebJob even when the Azure App Service Web App is not running.  Figure 1 illustrates a running WebJob while the Web App is not running. Figure 1, running a WebJob when the Web App is stopped Notice that…


Troubleshooting an Azure App Service WebJob

This article has been moved to its new home here:  https://benperk.github.io/msdn/2017/2017-03-troubleshooting-an-azure-app-service-webjob.html Whenever you write a WebJob, for example in C#, you should always place your code within try{} catch{} code blocks.  If you do not manage your exceptions and your code throws an exception, it will likely terminate to process. I wanted to find out what…