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#Deploying

The Serverless Framework was designed to provision your Azure Functions Functions, Triggers and Rules safely and quickly. It does this via a couple of methods designed for different types of deployments.

#Deploy All

This is the main method for doing deployments with the Serverless Framework:

serverless deploy

Use this method when you have updated your Function, Event or Resource configuration in serverless.yml and you want to deploy that change (or multiple changes at the same time) to Azure Functions.

#How It Works

The Serverless Framework translates all syntax in serverless.yml to an Azure Resource Manager Template and Azure Function project.

  • Provider plugin parses serverless.yml configuration and translates to Azure resources.
  • The code of your Functions is then packaged into a directory and zipped.
  • Resources are deployed in the following order: ARM template, Functions

#Tips

  • Use this in your CI/CD systems, as it is the safest method of deployment.

Check out the deploy command docs for all details and options.

#Deploy Function

This deployment method updates a single function. It performs the platform API call to deploy your package without the other resources. It is much faster than redeploying your whole service each time.

serverless deploy function --function myFunction

#How It Works

  • The Framework packages up the targeted Azure Function into a zip file.
  • That zip file is deployed to the Function App using the kudu zip API.

#Tips

  • Use this when you are developing and want to test on Azure Functions because it's much faster.
  • During development, people will often run this command several times, as opposed to serverless deploy which is only run when larger infrastructure provisioning is required.

Check out the deploy command docs for all details and options.