In my experience, developers have a love hate relationship with unit testing. I don’t know if some find it tedious, or some just don’t see the value in writing code to verify if other code works.
Azure Logic Apps is a powerful serverless integration platform released by Microsoft in 2016. The definition of a 'Logic App' is open to interpretation (in my opinion), as the user defines what the Logic App is by integrating many different applications and services to accomplish their goal.
This is a follow-up to the article ‘Using Azure Batch to Orchestrate and Execute Code at Large-Scale’. If you are unfamiliar with Azure Batch, you may find it useful to read this first.
Azure Batch is not a new technology by Microsoft, but for some reason it doesn’t seem to be receiving as much attention as similar Microsoft cloud platforms: Azure Functions and Logic Apps.