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How to consume Protobuf messages in Azure Functions (Part 3 of 4)

Azure Functions offer a way to execute custom functions in the Azure cloud.

Functions are invoked by a trigger or binding, for a example a cron style timer, an HTTP request or an event like incoming data on other Azure services, for example ServiceBus Queues and Topics, Event Hubs or Event Grids. 

The functions can be hosted on Windows or Linux. Both platforms support a wide range of programming languages like JavaScript, TypeScript, C#, F#, Java, Python and Powershell.

Depending on the selected service plan, resources can be scaled out dynamically to handle an increased load and will be scaled in automatically if the load drops.

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