Should support hybrid connections
would be great if Azure functions would support Hybrid connections like other Web Apps. this intro blog says it does: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/introducing-azure-functions/
but I cannot find it anywhere since the networking tab is not available in settings in the app.
This should be available via dedicated App Service Plans. Please let us know if this is required for the Consumption plan.
I am also interested for consumption plan, looks like there is a separate place to vote for that now and the latest status is "no plans on bringing Hybrid Connections to consumption plan at this time"
Let's rally the voting over there to show there is still interest in this as I'm afraid the comments on this completed thread might be overlooked:
Tom Castiglia commented
Yes, it would be really useful to support this in Consumption Plan models just for testing purposes or low volume scenarios.
Steve Culshaw commented
Definite yes to available in consumption plan
Pino De Francesco commented
IMO this feature should definetly be available in the consumption model as well.
I would like support for this in consumption plans, and ideally a link to an example for the dedicated App Service Plan.
Andy Doyle commented
Could this be made available on consumption plans? Our usage is so low at the moment it doesn't warrant the cost of an App Service Plan, but we'd like to connect back to on-prem systems.
I am also waiting for the support of hybrid connection in Azure functions.
Could somebody answer Peder's question?
Peder Rice commented
Any update on whether or not this made it to GA?
I should add to my comment: can this be configured in any way today? Via PowerShell, Azure CLI, manually editing XML files, etc.?
Can this at least be configured via PowerShell?