Message Queue for MQTT limits the frequency at which an API operation is called. The frequency is measured by the queries per second (QPS). Throttling is triggered when the number of calls to an API operation per second exceeds the QPS limit. Throttling may interrupt your services. Therefore, make API calls at a proper frequency.
- QPS limit for a single user to call an API operation: If this limit is exceeded, the traffic is throttled. Only traffic that meets the Service Level Agreement (SLA) is guaranteed. For more information about the QPS limit on each API operation, see the following table.Table 1
- Outbound QPS limit on a single IP address. If this QPS limit is exceeded, the IP address
Note The outbound QPS limit on a single IP address is globally applied and is 300 for each API operation.
|API operation||QPS limit|