Public preview: Durable Functions for Java
Published date: 22 June, 2022
Durable Functions, an extension to Azure Functions that lets you define stateful serverless workflows in code, now supports Java. You can use Durable Functions to implement complex function orchestration that would otherwise require writing lots of boilerplate code for state management.
In this preview, you can leverage existing Durable Functions patterns such as "function chaining", "fan out/fan in", "async http APIs", "monitor", and "human interaction". The sample below shows a simple durable function that is triggered by an http request and invokes tasks in a sequence.
Read the documentation for more patterns supported by Durable Functions. To get started with Java Durable Functions, try the quickstart.