Azure Functions

Azure Functions is an event driven, compute-on-demand experience that extends the existing Azure application platform with capabilities to implement code triggered by events occurring in other Azure services, SaaS products, and on-premises systems. With Azure Functions, your applications scale based on demand and you pay only for the resources you consume. Azure Functions provides an intuitive, browser-based user interface allowing you to create scheduled or triggered pieces of code implemented in a variety of programming languages.

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  1. Enable triggering of Azure functions based on an event in RabbitMQ

    Hello, we are having a scenario where we should be able to trigger a function when a message is added to RabbitMQ. This would be really helpful in using Azure functions to integrate with other Message queuing platforms that support AMQP protocol.

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  2. Support for native Rust Azure Functions

    As of February 2019, Azure Functions support native .NET, JavaScript and Python.

    Could we please have native support to run Azure Functions written in Rust? To host Rust functions currently we have to pay for a Linux App Service plan and embed our functions within a Docker container. This is expensive just to run a few microservices written in Rust.

    Peter Huene has an excellent project for anyone interest in writing Azure Functions in Rust....

    https://github.com/peterhuene/azure-functions-rs

    12 votes
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  3. Add C++ support for Azure Functions

    Allow C++ binaries to contains Azure Functions. It could be done by invoking the main in an executable, or a DLL with a specific export method with predefined signature.

    C++ allows to control memory usage and allow users to be incredibly fast when used properly. In an environment where scaling is needed, squeezing a few seconds of CPU or lowering a few KB of RAM can translate to hundreds or thousands of dollars in savings.

    If memory leaks are a concern, putting aside the fact that C# code can also leak, you could create fail safes for Azure Functions. A…

    17 votes
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  4. Address Azure Functions Resiliency Weakness to Azure Service DNS issues

    Azure DNS issue R50C-5RZ caused multiple core Azure function triggers to fail across our subscriptions due to loss of access to Storage Accounts.

    The DNS issue made all our storage accounts temporarily unresolvable by DNS and because of the tight coupling with Azure functions, function triggers failed due to the inability to resolve storage account urls but did not recover when the DNS issue was corrected.

    There were some Socketexception / 'remote host not found' errors logged in App insights but seemed to be no way to know that the trigger was in a failed state (unless a build up…

    3 votes
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    This is an awesome idea!
    We’re very unlikely to be able to reduce our dependency on DNS, but we can generally handle failing triggers more gracefully.

    “Handle temporary loss of a storage account without requiring a manual restart” is a scenario we’re targeting.

    Keep the feedback coming!
    Alex

  5. local settings json

    Add the ability to create a template local.settings.json file in the dev tooling for VSCode and Visual Studio. Since local.settings is git-ignored by default, when a developer clones down a repo they often have to re-create a local.settings.json file. To do this it involves simply creating a bare json file and hand-coding the right schema/values. It would improve developer productivity to add a "New local settings file..." option to the dev tooling which creates the same skeleton file a dev is given in a new function project.

    2 votes
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  6. Allow moving from AppServicePlan to Consumption plan (in Azure portal)

    It should be easy to move between hosting plans for Azure functions so we can change this based on the current needs. At the moment, I would like to move away from app service plan for a lot of functions (use consumption plan instead), but in the future, high continous demand might move some back to an app service plan. Changing between the to modes should be as easy as scaling out on an app service plan

    I have read somewhere that there is a problem if a function was created as an app service plan because of missing storage.…

    8 votes
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  7. Provide memory usage data in context object

    It would be great if we could manage memory in realtime in our code. Please provide a method to check memory usage in the context object so that we can take mitigating steps in our code if there is not enough memory.

    2 votes
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  8. ASP.NET Core MVC/Web API support

    Enable developers to create serverless applications using the ASP.NET Core Web API framework.

    63 votes
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  9. When publishing through Visual Studio, create the storage account on the same region as the function

    I deployed my function through Visual Studio, creating a new one on an existing resource group.

    I chose to create a new Storage Account as well.

    I chose eastus2 as the region for my function. But after the deployment succeeded, I noticed that the region for the storage I created during the functions deployment was set for Central US.

    I'd like the created storage to be on the same region of the function. I double checked and there's no way to select a region for the storage you create in deployment time.

    2 votes
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  10. Trigger Azure Function From Table Storage

    Allow create, update and delete on a table storage row to trigger an Azure Function.

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  11. Support for "delete" DocumentDB Change Feed Trigger

    Currently there is support for DocumentDB Change Feeds which only trigger for Insert and Update changes, however there is no way of picking up Delete changes to a collection

    My use case has a real-time web application which relies on these change triggers to update the User Interface through Web Sockets that a change to a document/collection has taken place, at the moment I am having to implement this manually through a delete API call but that does not solve the problem if a document is manually deleted at source (for example).

    A Delete of a document (IMHumbleO) is as…

    2 votes
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  12. Fine grained function billing please

    Please add a more fine grained billing please.

    A minimum execution of 100 ms and 128 MB is to coarse. A lot of my functions execute within 10ms or less and use less than 128 MB of RAM.

    Please add more fine grained executions possible (10ms or even per ms) and in smaller memory steps, maybe 16 or 32 MB.

    Also make async execution time not count toward function execution time, because if is often not in our control (waiting for an slow external service, database or slow response writing because the caller of the Azure Function has a very…

    3 votes
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  13. Zip deploy Functions with app level credentials instead of user credentials

    Right now you if you want to use zip deploy you need to use user credentials, those can be used to deploy any function anywhere in your tenant. Not really the best way to handle DTAP. Would be nice if you could also the app level credentials which do work for the other deployment options.

    34 votes
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  14. Azure Function - Event Grid Output Binding

    Presently there is only an Azure Service Bus output binding for Azure Functions, there is nothing to pass the output on to another Event Grid Endpoint.

    This would be very useful.

    Kind Regards

    Paul

    12 votes
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  15. Add ability to restrict deployment from dev environments

    I recently created a new function app in our team's tenant to handle some custom monitoring. Now that I'm done prototyping it and have it in a workable state, I've created an Azure DevOps build and release to handle publishing the app.

    I need to do this, rather than simply use the CD from git branch option, because I'm using Typescript (currently unsupported), and need to install both node_modules and extensions for the app (because the app won't perform those steps itself based on package.json or extensions.csproj)

    While the pipeline now works, I can't find a way to lock down…

    1 vote
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  16. consumption plan china

    Currently Azure Function Apps cannot be hosted on a Consumption Plan if the target Cloud is China.

    See: https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/appserviceteam/2018/03/28/announcing-the-availability-of-azure-functions-in-national-clouds/

    We would like to have the capability to use the Consumption Plan also on this Azure Region.

    9 votes
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  17. certificate

    Can Azure Functions support SSL certificate for consumption plan?
    I found on https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/azure-functions/scripts/functions-cli-configure-ssl-certificate that "To bind an SSL certificate, your function app must be created in an App Service plan and not in a consumption plan."

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  18. Offer ability to train a Neural Network Model using Azure Functions with GPU

    Offer ability to train a Neural Network Model using Azure Functions with GPU. this will be very useful, especially if you want to train Models using different parameters or hyper-parameter optimization.

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  19. Proxies should support backend.request.body expressions in requestOverrides

    Would be great to be able to create or change the request BODY dutring request overrides processing like it is possible for headers and the method already. Expressions could override parts of the body, create a body when e.g. overriding a GET to a POST or update body parts / subparts. Even deletion of body or body parts would be usable...

    17 votes
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  20. Ruby functions

    Be able to write Azure functions in Ruby

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