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Azure Functions runtime version 3.0 is now available. Built on top of .NET Core 3.1, it enables you to write your function apps in new languages, such as .NET Core 3.1 and Node 12.
The go-live release for Azure Functions 3.0 is now available, so it’s now possible to build and deploy 3.0 functions in production. Functions 3.0 brings new capabilities including the ability to target .NET Core 3.1 and Node 12.
Starting on January 1, 2020, Azure Functions premium plan meter ID names will change.
Announcing some enhancements to the development experience for Python workloads in Azure Functions, including support for Python 3.7 and remote build general availability.
Announcing the general availability of the version 2.0 of Durable Functions, the extension of the Azure Functions runtime that enables stateful functions and workflow orchestrations in a serverless environment.
Azure Functions now offers an integration with Azure Monitor Logs, enabling a more consistent observability of Azure resources and integration with external monitoring tools.
Azure Functions now supports .NET Core 3 as an official language in preview.
Azure Functions now supports PowerShell for serverless automation tasks in production.
Announcing the general availability of the Azure Functions Premium plan. It brings together dynamic, serverless scale with all the benefits of our dedicated hosting plans. Your functions run with no cold start, can run for up to an hour, can connect to virtual networks, and can run on customizable, more powerful resources.
Introduce secrets management into your apps without code changes using Key Vault references.
The Azure Functions Consumption hosting plan is now generally available for Linux-based applications.
Python support in Azure Functions is now generally available and ready for production workloads.
Managed identity support for App Service on Linux and the Azure Functions Linux Consumption Plan is now generally available.
App Service and Azure Functions support for user-assigned managed identities is now generally available.
The Azure Functions Premium plan preview is now expanded to Linux hosting and custom Docker containers.
Durable Functions now supports a new stateful entities pattern, enabling you to build stateful Azure Functions that map to an actor.
With the preview of PowerShell support in Azure Functions, it is now possible to automate operational tasks and take advantage of the native Azure integration to modernize the delivering and management of services.
The Premium Plan is a new hosting option for Function Apps which provides pre-warmed workers to run your app with no delay after being idle, VNET connectivity, and more powerful hardware, without compromising on latency or scale
The TypeScript developer experience in Azure Functions has improved. New tools include the Azure Functions Core Tools and the Azure Functions Extension for Visual Studio Code, as well as a npm package that contains type definitions for using TypeScript with Azure Functions and some npm scripts to abstract some func commands.
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