IT Automation and orchestration tools usually don’t carry a big business value for the developers that are working on smaller projects. However, for the big companies and corporations they are of great significance, bringing the abilities to migrate and orchestrate applications in cloud infrastructures. What matters for the developers is to be independent from the platform, whereas numerous cloud providers principally provide just the compatibility between their own services, resulting in problems that arise when the company wants to replace its current cloud provider. Therefore companies seek for compatibility within the orchestration tools that solve issues but they often don’t fully cover the orchestration on different cloud providers. Currently there is no evident intersection between the orchestration or automation support and the cloud services. I set a goal to examine these tools to make the decision easier and show the usage of the selected tools. The solution found in this thesis encompasses the developed support for the orchestration of applications using Microsoft Azure functions in FaaS environments and the demonstration of execution on and open-source orchestrator.