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how to implement throttling in

how to implement throttling in

how to implement throttling in

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We have to implement throttling functionality in our application. Need your suggestion.
 
Clients will send the request on a web service and we have to restrict the number of request that we will serve for a client like 200 requests per second.
 
If he becomes a premium customer we will increase it to 400 requests per second.
 
In another sense number of request that we handle for the client should be configurabe.
 

RE: how to implement throttling in

What do you mean by "client"? IP, logged user?

Cheers,
Dian

RE: how to implement throttling in

(OP)
customer for a webservice .. we will have a customer id in incoming request

RE: how to implement throttling in

I guess you will have to store all request and its customer id and check for each request.

Cheers,
Dian

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