“How Do I Migrate Everything to Azure Functions?” The host just had made a presentation about this serverless technology, presenting the benefits and giving a few good reasons to use it.
The host just had made a presentation about this serverless technology, presenting the benefits and giving a few good reasons to use it.
When he finished, he opened for questions, and one of the attendees raised his hand and said:
It looks great, I see the benefits, but what is the plan to migrate all my system, my layers, to functions? How do I migrate everything to use Azure Functions?
The presenter didn’t think too much and quickly answered:
Incredulous, the attendee continued:
But you just said that it is an amazing technology, I pay by usage, I can create functions in C#… why wouldn’t I move everything to Azure Functions?
And the presenter, once again, reinforced:
Trust me, you don’t want to do that.
He couldn’t be more right and assertive on his answer. And, don’t get me wrong, I have no problem with Azure Functions. I’m an advocate to Microsoft Azure — witch I have few certifications — and Azure Functions is an amazing service.
Anyway, even if the presentation was about AWS Lambda Functions, Kubernetes, Docker, LogicApps, or any other good new stuff provided by Cloud, the answer couldn’t be better.
So, as the attendee asked, why wouldn’t we want to move on and migrate everything to Azure Functions if that looks so good?
Well, this is where our role as a system architect — or solutions architect — makes the difference.
We know that there is no “one size fits all” solution when we are architecting a system.
When a new solution is available and is presented to us, we must understand that and, as good as it might look, should never be considered the ultimate solution for every scenario. And the reason is simple: every situation is different and has specific needs.
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