Support for R
Are there any plans to support R scripts in the future?
Thanks for your feedback. Currently, we don’t have any plans for R support in Functions. We will monitor the votes on this request to accordingly inform the priority on our backlog.
Andres Castaneda commented
It is critical for us too. We are a very big international organization and much of our code is in R and Stata. We are literally stuck right for not being able to deploy R code. We are even thinking of translating some of our code to Python, which is not ideal at all.
Jesse Oliver commented
please continue the support for R. Mission critical to a lot of businesses
Continuous R support in Azure Function is critical for us!
So, are there any news on that topic?
Manikandan Sukumaran commented
Require R support in Azure functions.
Jamie Smith commented
This is a problem for my team, as we currently use R in our azure functions that we created in our test environment and will need to find an alternative going forward if you dont plan to put it back in as we cant add the extension in production.
I'm a little bit cheezed off that you offer it at first and we begin to use it then you remove it.
Marc Wolfson commented
We have very large customers using R today and are considering moving to AWS as Lambda supports R AND Python.
Siddhesh Gawas commented
Please add R support in azure functions
Vidar Andresen commented
Support for R would be great
this is must needed for us as well
Alexander K commented
This is business critical for us and so far the problem seems to be that it is way to hard to simply run a R-script on Azure the same way you would be able to execute a Python / JS script on Azure functions. I do not want to run a container / VM machine the whole time when I simply want to run 30-100 scripts that run for 10-60 seconds.
Sami Aho commented
This would be a great feature
radha v commented
Any update on Suppport for R scripts on Azure functions?
Any update on this?
Ivan Ho commented
any update please? There was a R site extension available before. But I can't seem to find it now.
Andrew Fryer commented
Running R data science functions serverless is key for those organisations which have a deep investment in skills and code in this language. Azure ML Workbench has no R support so the only way to run R in Azure is with Spark Data Bricks or use a VM with R server installed.
The request for R support is still in review. We're actively tracking demand across community and customer forums to find the right place for R on the prioritized list of languages (amongst Python, PowerShell, Go and TypeScript).
Any updates on this ?