Generally available: Dynamic concurrency in Azure Functions
Published date: 24 May, 2022
Dynamic concurrency automatically determines optimal per trigger concurrency settings for your workloads and adjusts as your load patterns change over time. Using dynamic concurrency can provide the following benefits to your function apps:
- Increased throughput
- Simplified concurrency configuration
- Dynamic adjustments to changing load patterns
- Instance health protection
This feature currently supports Service Bus, Azure Blob, and Azure Queue triggers.
Learn more about the benefits of dynamic concurrency and how to optimize concurrency.