Azure Functions gives you uncompromising flexibility for building your serverless back ends and triggered functionality. Functions also provides a great way to host HTTP APIs, and now, we've added support for describing your APIs running as Functions using the OpenAPI Specification. This raises the bar on your integration opportunities.
With OpenAPI, you can import your Function into API Management using brand-new features within Visual Studio that light up API Management import when you're publishing your code to the cloud.
On Monday July 12th from 4:30 - 6:30 PT, myself and fellow cloud advocates @justinyoo and Shayne Boyer will be hosting a free session focused on Azure Functions, OpenAPI and the Power Platform.
In this session you'll see how to use OpenAPI to import your Functions into API Management and how to take those API Management-imported APIs and use them in low-code environments like Logic Apps and Power Apps.