Keep supporting Powershell in Azure Functions!
I went to set up Azure functions for a new client and had to delete and re-create my application so I could downgrade to runtime 1.0 in order to use a powershell function. Even AWS has realized the proliferation of Powershell and now allows it to be used in Lambda functions. I have probably thousands of administrative scripts in my archives that could easily be ported to Azure functions. I'd move to AWS before I'd invest the time to re-write them all.
We’re now working on PowerShell 6 support in Functions 2.0! Please tune into the repo here – https://github.com/Azure/azure-functions-powershell-worker for more details.
Mike Stevenson commented
Any planned released timeframes you can share with us?
Joshua Frias commented
Azure Service Bus Queue and Topic triggers do not currently support Powershell. Since this is Microsoft's scripting language it should be supported across the board. Service Bus Queues/Topics seem to be very reliable to use and would be great to have Powershell support for.