Laurens van de Venn Thanks for posting your question in Microsoft Q&A. I assume you are already familiar with Deployment stacks (preview) based on this discussion (also check out video to get started).
When you create a new deployment resource (type:
Microsoft.Resources/deploymentStacks), you need to pass a template file that contains all needed resources such as Azure Functions, Logic Apps, Event Grid etc. and its target scope and provisioned resources are then managed by deployment stacks.
Note: Implicitly created resources such as NIC not part of template isn't managed.
So, resources that can be deployed via ARM/bicep template are supported including all integration services. I hope this helps and let me know if any questions.
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