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Have you heard about Azure WebJobs? If not, it is time to see what you can do with it, especially if you want to run CRON jobs. But another feature of WebJobs is something most applications can gain value from: triggers. Regardless if you want to get notified when a new value is stored in an Azure Table Storage or monitor a queue in Azure Service Bus, the triggers feature in WebJobs will help you. If you are interested in the latter, Steef-Jan Wiggers created a nice article which is also covered in our current Guru edition. Azure WebJobs: ServiceBusTrigger walks you through building a WebJob. Afterwards you will deploy and test the created job. The article contains a lot of code snippets and explanations. A good starting point for Azure WebJobs.
If you want to work with Azure Service Bus and WebJobs or want to see what you can do with Azure WebJobs, this article is one that should be on your list!