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You can now use storage providers other than Azure Storage for Durable Functions.
You can now use the latest LTS version of Java with Azure Functions.
Target retirement date: September 30, 2025
Transition to Azure API Management as soon as possible to avoid disruption to your Function applications using Proxies.
You can invoke an Azure Function when a row in a SQL database is created, updated, or deleted through the Azure SQL trigger for Azure Functions, now available in public preview.
Create applications with .NET 7 runtime to take advantage of serverless functions in Azure.
Azure Functions V2 programming model for development in Python offers several enhancements.
Today, we’re officially announcing the general availability for Azure savings plan for compute.
Maximum scale-out limits for Functions Linux Premium plans have been increased in a number of regions.
Build your Serverless Apps with Azure Functions in isolated worker model with .NET Framework 4.8.
Azure Functions now supports Java 17 in Public Preview
Use the Event Grid blob trigger in Azure Functions to handle events raised by a storage account.
App Service and Azure Functions now support referencing key-values from Azure App Configuration.
Announcing the .NET 7 support for Azure functions in isolated process in public preview for Linux Consumption Plan.
Azure Functions support for PowerShell 7.2 is now generally available.
Azure functions now support .NET 7 in an isolated process model to build serverless applications with Azure Functions v4.
Azure Functions now supports setting a retry policy for Azure Event Hubs and timer triggers.
You can now use App Service, Container Apps, or API Management as an API backend in Azure Static Web Apps.
Version 2 of the Node.js SDK for Durable Functions is now available.
Durable Functions are now supported when building Java applications in Azure Functions.
You can now edit Azure Functions running on Linux from within the Azure portal.
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