App Service and Functions now generally available on Azure Stack

Microsoft just announced the general availability of App Service and Functions on Azure Stack. This means that anyone can now enjoy the power of these on-premises tools right within the Azure Stack environment. This update can also help developers simplify the app creation and deployment process when making apps for different environments. Here’s a bit more about what you can now do with App Service and Functions on Azure Stack.

App Service on Azure Stack

Azure App Service gives developers the ability to build, deploy, and scale enterprise-grade web and API apps. So with this latest release, you can use App Service to deploy your application in the environment of your choice, including on-premises with Azure Stack.

Additionally, Azure Stack support can help you meet your specific regulation or edge computing needs, and it also gives you an easy way to build and manage apps that can run both in the cloud and on-premises. This also means that developers no longer have to learn and use different platforms depending on whether they are building apps for the cloud or on-premises.

Functions on Azure Stack

App Services and Functions
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Now you can also run Azure Functions on Azure Stack. The goal of Functions is to help users build applications faster. It uses the same event-driven programming model that enables serverless compute experiences in the cloud. With it, you can create functions in JavaScript, C#, F#, or the language of your choice, and use various scripting options including PHP, Bash, Batch, and PowerShell.

Microsoft is constantly updating the hybrid cloud experience for customers, including moves like this that bring new abilities and functions to programs like Azure Stack. This simply offers more options for developers who already used these tools and want to simplify the app development experience even when creating applications for different environments.

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