Event-driven serverless architectures promise improved resiliency and scalability, as serverless platforms consist of managed services that abstract away the infrastructure used to operate them. Serverless also promises increased agility because we can focus on building and delivering new capabilities quickly, without needing to work with the infrastructure.
In the previous article we discussed how to design an application architecture to effectively leverage serverless, and showed a simple example (based on the “Build a serverless web app in Azure” tutorial). In this article we discuss how that architecture can be made highly available and fault-tolerant across multiple data center regions in Azure, as well as enabling continuous deployment, operations automation, and monitoring, etc.; just as real applications do.
To read more, please visit my blog at https://dachou.github.io/2018/11/07/implementing-serverless-architecture.html.