While it would be high near impossible to DDoS a solution running on a serverless platform (scaling would just continue to handle all the requests it needed to), somebody still has to pay for the execution. Most (good) serverless implementations use what is often called “micro-billing” whereby you are billed only for each *actual execution* of your code. But, if we think of this nefariously and I send a few thousand requests/second to your endpoints guess what happens. Yup, one hefty bill. This has become known as a Denial of Wallet attack.
Save yourself from repeated boilerplate code in your Asp.Net Core app by utilizing middleware
Serverless approaches are great for quick, simple jobs that need to run periodically – let’s explore using Azure Functions for just one such application; to poll the Nuget feed for updates to a package we’re interested in.
Could we find a way to monitor the nuget feed for updates to a certain package and then send an alert somewhere when one is encountered?
After over a year of using Microsoft’s Bot Framework to build bots for myself and others, I felt the community could use a set of extensions that will improve the experience of writing a bot, in particular a bot that works well on speech-enabled channels.