Thank you for your suggestion. At this time this is not on our road map.
Currently customers tend to include the definition of their databases, containers, stored procedures and UDF’s either within their main applications themselves (CreateIfNotExists) or as standalone applications. Then include in their deployment pipelines using custom tasks so they can accurately recreate their environments, rather than creating resources by hand in the portal or elsewhere. This also allows them to be managed as artifacts in their source code repositories so they can be accurately recreated.
We are currently investigating building support for deploying stored procedures and UDF’s via ARM templates which may work for you to quickly and easily re-provision your environments. But we have not concluded our initial look on this at this so do not have an ETA for that at this time.
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I assume this is more than just using C# functions in Logic Apps (supported today with Azure Functions) but rather a fluent API? Let us know
We have an initial version of a SendGrid connector on our GitHub that allows you to both send mail through SendGrid, and will trigger on events from the SendGrid webhook system mentioned. Take a look and let us know if this helps for now: