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8 Steps to Solve Cold Start Problem in Azure Functions

This tutorial will show a cost-effective way to set up Logic App on Azure to resolve this issue without coding in just a few steps.

Get Started

Step1: Login to Azure and Create a Logic App

Step2: Create Recurrence

Step3: Create an Http Request

Step4: Create an Alarm email

Step5: Create Invoke Resource operation to start Azure Functions

Step6: Create a Delay

Step7: Create an Http Request

Step8: Create a notification email

Final thoughts

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Senior Full Stack Engineer & Solution architecture | AWS, GCP, Azure | Cloud, Unity Game Development, SDK, DevOps, and more.