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You have an Azure Cognitive Search service.
During the past 12 months, query volume steadily increased.
You discover that some search query requests to the Cognitive Search service are being throttled.
You need to reduce the likelihood that search query requests are throttled.
Solution: You migrate to a Cognitive Search service that uses a higher tier. Does this meet the goal?
A simple fix to most throttling issues is to throw more resources at the search service (typically replicas for query-based throttling, or partitions for indexing-based throttling). However, increasing replicas or partitions adds cost, which is why it is important to know the reason why throttling is occurring at all.