Hello, is there a problem that the Azure function is heavily scaled, how to limit it?
Up to 120 servers grow in metrics, 60 is enough for me, otherwise problems start.

My function triggers on the message queue, I need it to be slower but surely working
  • why?) FaaS for this is exactly the same – European13 Apr 15 '19 at 00:36
  • European13, there is a service with proxies, I use proxies faster than they appear – Fancy25 Apr 15 '19 at 00:41
  • Fancy25, then my condolences, but FaaS was always positioned as an infinitely-scalable service.At the time when AWS says that we have 1000 launch instances in the region, Azure really has a conventional infinity) your task seems to – European13 Apr 15 '19 at 00:44
  • European13, initially the task was to get max efficiency, but it turned out too great)) – Fancy25 Apr 15 '19 at 01:15
  • Fancy25, for which they fought for it and ran into it) FaaS is such a thing that can simply and imperceptibly put anything.There was a case when one small company put Ozon just exporting AWS from their goods just like you did) – European13 Apr 15 '19 at 01:18

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Azure Functions does not have this limitation, but you can find it at AWS Lambda