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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.
Durable functions in Azure Functions now support using managed identity when using Azure Storage.
Apps using Azure Functions isolated worker model for .NET can now target .NET Framework.
Azure Functions dynamic concurrency feature simplifies configuring concurrency for your function apps using Service Bus, Storage Blobs, and Storage Queue triggers.
Build applications that need durable functions and run them in the isolated worker process within Azure Functions.
Extension bundles for new Azure Functions projects will now default to v3 in the client tools.
You can now detect and respond to real time messages streaming into Kafka Topics.
Maximum scale-out limits for Functions Linux Premium plans have been increased in a number of regions.
You can now use the latest version of PowerShell with Azure Functions.
Cross-region snapshot copy allows you to copy disk snapshots to any region for disaster recovery.
Azure Functions support for Node.js 16.x is now generally available in Azure Functions runtime 4.0 on all hosting plans.
Target retirement date: December 03, 2022
Update your Azure Functions apps to use Microsoft .NET 6 before 3 December 2022
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