To ensure quick and responsive experience we may use throttling in case of exceptionally high-traffic events.
Throttling starts when the number of events for a specific policy exceeds the threshold for over 10 consecutive minutes and stops when the rate falls below the threshold for 15 consecutive minutes.
You can see a message about throttling in progress when you mouse over the chart.
Usually only the real-time data is throttled and all the events are fully available after processing for historical data older than 3 hours.
|Data type||Throttling threshold||Throttling rate|
|Real-time||55 000 per second||9100 per second|
|Historical||130 000 per second||9100 per second|
For example, when the threshold for the real-time data is exceeded, the throttling rate is 9,100 per second, which means that each minute the platform will store the first 9,100*60=546,000 events.
Updated about 2 years ago