Outside of out of the box providers like facebook and google, provide samples and guidance on how to authenticate with others like LinkedIn.168 votes
We have created an early public preview of OpenID Connect support, allowing you to bring your own OIDC provider: https://docs.microsoft.com/azure/app-service/configure-authentication-provider-openid-connect
If you have an OIDC provider you wish to use, we encourage you to try out this path. There are still some rough edges to the preview, but we’re hoping to smooth those out soon.
I want to be able to handle multiple messages per function call - we are using a third-party web service which works much more efficiently if the messages are passed to it in batches. I know we could use a timer to trigger the function and grab messages from the queue ourselves but if we do that the function won't scale out automatically.65 votes
Leaving as started becasue we don’t have full docs out yet but this is completed. Just need to document and provide samples
Make it possible to set/retrieve function app keys via ARM templates.
This will make it easier to store it in the settings of an other service while rolling out an environment.32 votes
We do have APIs which make this easier, now. It involves the listKeys() method that may be familiar from other services.
We are working on formal documentation (which is why this isn’t flagged as “completed” yet), but some of the details are captured in this GitHub issue:
It would be great to see support for deployment slots in Linux consumption plan.9 votes
The feature is currently under deployment. ETA is at the end of 2020. Thanks!
Add support for functions implemented in .Net core assemblies compiled against NetStandard 2.1 running on the .net core 3.0 run time.9 votes
We have just announced the imminent release for .NET Core 3.0. See the following reference:
It would be helpful to have a dashboard on the Function App home page to display summary/status data about all the Functions in the Function App. For example I currently have to go to each Function individually and click Monitor to see Recent Success or Error Count or to the Manage tab to see if a Function is Enabled.
The current "The faster way to functions" getting started content is really only relevant for new users.8 votes
This work is planned with an upcoming rewrite of the Azure Functions portal experience. You can expect to see some of the improvements in the next few months.
Make it possible to restrict the used storage account to a virtual network. Some customers, especially in the finance industry, have the requirement to secure and protect any storage account. So it is mandatory for them to also limit access of the storage accounts used for Azure Functions.4 votes
This work has been started. Check the following docs page, as that will be updated first when this feature becomes available https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/azure-functions/functions-networking-options
Thanks for the feedback!
Azure Functions PM Team
Right now the Java Function App in both version ~2 and ~3 is limited to JDK 8. It would be great to have support for JDK 11.2 votes
Please try out Java 11 functions in preview on the tool of your choice, including VSCode! https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/updates/java-11-for-azure-functions-is-now-available-in-preview/
If no function is present in a Function App, the “getting started” assistant is shown which allows adding a premade function. However, you can’t specify a name for the resulting function there, which is why you’ll end up with insignificant names such as “HTTPTriggerCSharp1” or “HTTPTriggerJS1”. It would be great if the user could optionally specify a function name in this dialog.2 votes
This will be coming with an upcoming set of changes to the Azure Functions portal experience. Expect to see updates sometime in the next few months.
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