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    Hello , im in the process of building a cloud native workflow engine, Azure Function based, that receives files into its ingestion pipeline VIA sftp. And as the poster said above it would be nice to be able to trigger a Azure Function invocation from file drop from SFTP. And that would be without to standup VMs running some SFTP appliance, writing CLI code the watch and wait on the event and then trigger the Azure Function. Any info on approach would be great. Of course a seamless Function Trigger would be great.

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