The limit has indeed been raised to 20. We’re interested to learn about scenarios that require more than 20 modules.
IoT-Edge Azure Functions are also limited to 20? That is probably too few and in contrast to the azure-functions purpose and design: lots of small functions carrying out independent tasks. But the real advantage here is that does enable any number of concurrent instances of a module to exist if it is really Azure Functions.
Give us a schedule for this show-stopper feature please.
ACI currently has no plans to provide access to host-level interaction. We are always open to feedback, but this is the current plan.
The --cap-add is required for features such as blobfuse. AzureFiles is the wrong solution for many scenarios. Add this capability, or don't wonder why we use AWS: we have to, since it don't work in ACI!
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Hi Richard, item #3 has been addressed with the public preview of extended offline feature work. You can find out more about it at the blog post below. The rest of the issues you raise will take longer for us to add to the product.
While we like this idea, it’s not something that is specific to Functions, and not something we have a schedule for. If you’d like to know more about using Functions with GraphQL, check out this workshop:
Apologies for the confusion on our part.
This is currently not on our roadmap. However, we will review this item in the future as we prioritize future releases.
Thanks for your suggestion.
We understand this is a top customer ask and as such it is currently on our backlog to be prioritized. We will update when the status changes.
Is there already a way to see current usage in terms of total data sizes? This is needed if only for accounting reasons...
Journaling OK, but what one needs to be able to debug and analyse svc bus problems is more like the trace levels providec by nlog or log4net. The svc bus user could simple provide an azure table storage name and set the desired "vervosity" level to trace every aspect of messages including things like "were all the messages that I put on the bus picked up" and how many messages did I put on the bus in the last 10 min...
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We are adding more countries as we can, but in the meantime if you wish to use the service in an unsupported country, you’ll need to use one of several third party providers which front the Azure Subscriptions for organizations in unsupported countries. Just keep in mind that those providers are not MSFT so perform due-diligence to make sure any vendor you select is reputable.
Thanks for understanding.
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we continue to work with a wide number of partners as part of the new Certified for Azure program.
This is a very interesting idea and one I like a lot! Let me dig into whether this is something we could consider in the future. Thanks for the idea! :)
We keep updating out pricing rates and models to better align with our customers business needs.