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Are you using proxies with Azure Functions? Start moving to Azure API Management.

When working with lots of Azure Functions apps or in microservices architectures with a moderate workload, it’s quite common to use (or at least evaluate using) a not so well-known feature of Azure Functions called proxies.

What are Azure Functions proxies?

With proxies, you can specify endpoints on your function app that are implemented by another resource. You can use these proxies to…

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Are you using proxies with Azure Functions? Start moving to Azure API Management.

When working with lots of Azure Functions apps or in microservices architectures with a moderate workload, it’s quite common to use (or at least evaluate using) a not so well-known feature of Azure Functions called proxies. What are Azure Functions proxies? With proxies, you can specify endpoints on your function app that are implemented by…

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