Azure Functions, Microsoft’s platform for building serverless applications, has long supported a variety of programming languages but it’s adding an important one today: Java. Fittingly, the company made this announcement at the JavaOne conference in San Francisco.
Microsoft stresses that Java developers won’t have to learn any new tools to use Azure Functions. Microsoft is also making a Maven plugin available that will allow developers to write and deploy their Maven-enabled apps directly to Azure Functions.
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