Yes makes sense. Would be interested to learn more what you are thinking. Above the "blunt force" instance limiting we have been evaluating execution limiting, but what you are describe sounds even more granular than that. Almost something like "I have 400 locks for SQL, 2000 locks for Azure Storage -- hey functions, do your thing, but before you can run this line of code you need to make sure you have a lock first." Is that accurate?
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