PowerShell support in Durable Functions is now generally available
Published date: May 26, 2021
Durable Functions, an extension to Azure Functions that lets you define stateful serverless workflows, now supports PowerShell. Developers can orchestrate complex automation workflows in Azure Functions using familiar language constructs in PowerShell 7. A common scenario made possible by Durable Functions is orchestrating the management of complex Azure Resource deployments involving sequential and/or parallel steps. Long-running workflows are supported and Durable Functions provides built-in HTTP endpoints for monitoring their progress. Additional supported application patterns include Monitor and Human Interaction.
Read the PowerShell Durable Functions general availability announcement blog post to learn more. To get started with PowerShell Durable Functions, try the quickstart.