Generally Available: SQL Bindings for Azure Functions
Fecha de publicación: 23 mayo, 2023
You can now more easily integrate Azure SQL and Azure Functions with input and output bindings, generally available for use with Azure SQL Database, Azure SQL Managed Instance, and SQL Server. Azure SQL bindings for Azure Functions reduce the boilerplate code required to develop Azure Functions, speeding up time to deployment whether you are building a fleet of microservices or a single solution. You can develop with SQL input and output bindings in .NET, Java, Python, Node.js, and PowerShell Azure Functions. The SQL input and output bindings are now generally available.
The Azure SQL trigger for Azure Functions is in public preview for .NET, Java, Python, Node.js, and PowerShell Azure Functions. With the Azure SQL trigger you can invoke Azure Functions from data changes to develop event-driven applications on your Azure SQL databases.
For more info: https://aka.ms/sqlbindings