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AZ-204 - Training - Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure

Companion material and resources for the course 'Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure' delivery by Ricardo Cabral.

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Learning Path 2: AZ-204: Implement Azure Functions

Multiple-choice questions

  1. Which of the following Azure Functions hosting plans is best hen predictive scaling and costs are required?

    • A. Functions Premium Plan
    • b. Dedicated plan
    • c. Consumption plan

    Show answer Dedicated plan

  2. An organization wants to implement a serverless workflow to solve a business problem. One of the requirements is the solution needs to use a designer-first (declarative) development model. Which of the choices below meets the requirements?

    • A. Azure Functions
    • b. Azure Logic Apps
    • c. WebJobs

    Show answer Azure Logic Apps

  3. Which of the following choices is required for a function to run?

    • A. Binding
    • b. Trigger
    • c. Both triggers and bindings

    Show answer Trigger

  4. Which of the following choices supports both the in and out direction settings?

    • A. Bindings
    • b. Trigger
    • c. Connection value

    Show answer Bindings

Open ended questions

  1. Describe the role of triggers and bindings in an Azure Function app. Which, if any, are required?

    Show answer Triggers are what cause a function to run. A trigger defines how a function is invoked and a function must have exactly one trigger. Triggers have associated data, which is often provided as the payload of the function. Bindings, which are not required, connect functions to other resources in Azure and have an in or outdirection.

  2. Describe how Azure Functions are scaled in the Consumption and Premium plans.

    Show answer In the Consumption and Premium plans, Azure Functions scales CPU and memory resources by adding additional instances of the Functions host. The number of instances is determined on the number of events that trigger a function.

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