Currently, the mainstream of Azure Functions is v3. The next major version is v4 and its status is public preview. Related news is as follows:
- Azure Functions runtime 4.0 is now in public preview | Azure updates | Microsoft Azure
- Announcing Azure Functions 4.0 public preview with .NET 6 support – Microsoft Tech Community
An overview of the features of v4 is given on the following page:
What I was curious about the document is that Azure Functions Proxies is no longer supported in v4.
Azure Functions Proxies are no longer supported in 4.x. You are recommended to use Azure API Management.https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/azure-functions/functions-versions?tabs=csharp%2Cv4#runtime
The documentation says that you can use Azure API Management, so let’s follow that guide.