Connecting Azure Functions with PostgreSQL

Connecting Azure Functions with PostgreSQL

Azure Functions have become a go-to choice for developing serverless applications in the cloud computing realm. These event-driven functions are lightweight, scalable and cost-effective, making them ideal for a variety of use cases. In this blog post, we explore connecting Azure Functions with PostgreSQL, where we had a requirement to read from a PostgreSQL database view and update data in Dynamics 365. We detail the steps taken to accomplish this task, providing detailed insights and steps for anyone interested in connecting the two technologies.

Whether you're a seasoned developer or just starting with Azure Functions, this post offers valuable insights that can help you understand how to integrate PostgreSQL in your stack. So, if you want to learn how to bridge the gap between Azure Functions and PostgreSQL, check out this informative blog post.

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