Running a scheduler for repeat actions will save tons of your time and make you and your team more efficient and productive. Microsoft Azure unlocks many developmental capabilities, but let us learn how to use Microsoft Azure for running a scheduler.
Use Scenario: Imagine a situation where there is lot of junk files being created on your system which causes its slowdown and results in poor productivity. With great difficulty you have developed an exe which will clean up the junk files within a minute and restores your system performance. But, here is the challenge you need to run it daily or whenever you feel the system has slowed down. But what if the exe is executed automatically? Doesn’t that sound amazing? Yes it is. Running a scheduler using Microsoft Azure can solve this problem. See the procedure below.
1. Log into Microsoft Azure account with valid credentials.