Azure Function App Settings
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#ServerlessTips - Azure Functions
Author: Steef-Jan Wiggers Azure MVP

When provisioning a Function App, you have two tabs available one for configuring the platform features for your Function Apps such as identity, CORS, and Configuration – and one for settings for the Function App. In the settings for a Function App you can specify the following:

• Daily Usage Quota - On a Consumption plan, you can limit platform usage by setting a daily usage quota, in gigabytes-seconds. Once you reach the daily usage quota, the Function App will shut down until the next day at 0:00 AM UTC.
• Application settings - this is a link to the application setting page for your functions inside the Function App.
• Runtime - a function app runs in a specific runtime either full .NET (version 1) or .NET Core, version 2 and 3 in preview. You can manually or automatically update the version.
• Function App Edit more – specify if the functions in the Function App are read-only or can be edited. Note that when you deploy a function directly from Visual Studio or through a release pipeline, the default setting will be in read-only mode.
• Host keys (all functions) – you can manage the host keys for all functions in this tab. You can also control the keys per function through its manage tab.
• Host.json file – you can manually edit the host.json file.
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The Function App settings apply for the Function App itself, while application settings are either per function or number of functions in the App, and platform features are a group of capabilities such as troubleshooting, security, and other.

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