DataStream 2 limits each client to 20 requests per minute. Exceeding this limit results in a 429 error response. Consider this when calling successive operations as part of a loop.

All responses specify these rate limit headers:

• `X-RateLimit-Limit`: The maximum number of tokens allowed.

• `X-RateLimit-Remaining`: The number of tokens remaining. Except for any subsequent requests that reduce the number, this gradually increments until it reaches the `X-RateLimit-Limit`.

• `X-RateLimit-Next`: If the `X-RateLimit-Remaining` has reached `0`, this ISO 8601 timestamp indicates when you can next make an additional request.