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Azure Functions base images
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Docker pull command

docker pull mcr.microsoft.com/azure-functions/base

Images

docker pull mcr.microsoft.com/azure-functions/base

docker pull mcr.microsoft.com/azure-functions/dotnet

docker pull mcr.microsoft.com/azure-functions/node

docker pull mcr.microsoft.com/azure-functions/python

docker pull mcr.microsoft.com/azure-functions/powershell

  • latest
  • 2.0
  • 2.0-arm32v7

What is Azure Functions?

Azure Functions is an event driven, compute-on-demand experience that extends the existing Azure application platform with capabilities to implement code triggered by events occurring in virtually any Azure or 3rd party service as well as on-premises systems. Azure Functions allows developers to take action by connecting to data sources or messaging solutions, thus making it easy to process and react to events. Azure Functions scale based on demand and you pay only for the resources you consume.

How to use this image?

Base image contains just the azure functions runtime. Other images contain a language framework (dotnet, node, or python) as well as the language worker needed by the runtime to understand these functions.

Supported Tags

Linux amd64

  • azure-functions/base:2.0 - The latest stable 2.0 function runtime for Linux with no worker runtime. The Dockerfile can be found here.

  • azure-functions/dotnet:2.0 - the latest stable 2.0 function runtime for Linux with dotnet worker runtime. The Dockerfile can be found here

  • azure-functions/node:2.0 - the latest stable 2.0 function runtime for Linux with node 10 worker runtime. The Dockerfile can be found here

  • azure-functions/python:2.0 - the latest stable 2.0 function runtime for Linux with python 3.6 worker runtime. The Dockerfile can be found here

  • azure-functions/powershell:2.0 - the latest stable 2.0 function runtime for Linux with powershell worker runtime. The Dockerfile can be found here

Linux arm32v7

  • azure-functions/base:2.0-arm32v7 - The latest stable 2.0 function runtime for Linux with no worker runtime. The Dockerfile can be found here.

  • azure-functions/dotnet:2.0-arm32v7 - the latest stable 2.0 function runtime for Linux with dotnet worker runtime. The Dockerfile can be found here

  • azure-functions/node:2.0-arm32v7 - the latest stable 2.0 function runtime for Linux with node 10 worker runtime. The Dockerfile can be found here

  • azure-functions/python:2.0-arm32v7 - the latest stable 2.0 function runtime for Linux with python 3.6 worker runtime. The Dockerfile can be found here

  • azure-functions/powershell:2.0-arm32v7 - the latest stable 2.0 function runtime for Linux with powershell worker runtime. The Dockerfile can be found here

Windows:

nanoserver-1809

  • azure-functions/base:2.0-nanoserver-1809 - The latest stable 2.0 function runtime for nanoserver-1809 with no worker runtime. The Dockerfile can be found here.

  • azure-functions/dotnet:2.0-nanoserver-1809 - the latest stable 2.0 function runtime for nanoserver-1809 with dotnet worker runtime. The Dockerfile can be found here

nanoserver-1803

  • azure-functions/base:2.0-nanoserver-1803 - The latest stable 2.0 function runtime for nanoserver-1803 with no worker runtime. The Dockerfile can be found here.

  • azure-functions/dotnet:2.0-nanoserver-1803 - the latest stable 2.0 function runtime for nanoserver-1803 with dotnet worker runtime. The Dockerfile can be found here

nanoserver-1709

  • azure-functions/base:2.0-nanoserver-1709 - The latest stable 2.0 function runtime for nanoserver-1709 with no worker runtime. The Dockerfile can be found here.

  • azure-functions/dotnet:2.0-nanoserver-1709 - the latest stable 2.0 function runtime for nanoserver-1709 with dotnet worker runtime. The Dockerfile can be found here

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