Upcoming Usage Limits

The below tables in this article indicates the upcoming usage limits of the Cloud Elements platform and their scheduled dates for the different environments.

The dates at which these usage limits will be implemented are TBD; check this space for updates. To see Usage Limits that are already in all environments, please review existing Usage Limits.

Events

Limit NameLimitDescriptionScopeEnvironment Availability
Event ingest payload size8 MBThe Cloud Elements platform provides the functionality for element instances to serve as proxies for events received or polled from the service provider's API endpoint. These events, once received by Cloud Elements are temporarily persisted for further processing and/or dispatch to the owner of the element instance. This limit imposes the maximum payload size of each event received by Cloud Elements on behalf of our customer.

If this limit is exceeded the event payload will not be temporarily persisted for processing or dispatch.
Request
  • Staging: May 20, 2019
  • US Production: June 21, 2019
  • EU Production: June 21, 2019

API Requests/Responses

Limit NameLimitDescriptionScopeEnvironment Availability
API Request/Response Payload Size (non-file upload)8 MBThis limit will be applied for the request to and response from all non-streaming APIs, platform as well as elements. An example of a platform API is "GET /formulas/{id}" and one for an element API is "POST /hubs/crm/accounts".

If this limit is exceeded for the request or response payload, the API will result in a 429 HTTP error code.
Request and Response
  • Staging: Currently in Staging
  • US Production: June 21, 2019
  • EU Production: June 21, 2019
Javascript Request/Response Execution Payload Size6 MBThis limit is applied to request and response payloads for a Javascript execution request. There are currently three ways to make such a request, via a pre-hook or post-hook for an element or element resource, via Javascript configured for a an element (VDR) mapping and via a script step in the v1 formula execution engine.

If this limit is exceeded, wrapping request (element API, VDR or formula script step) will result in a 500 HTTP error code.
Request
  • Staging: Currently in Staging
  • US Production: June 21, 2019
  • EU Production: June 21, 2019

Javascript Execution Time30 secThis limit is for the execution completion time for a Javascript execution request. There are currently three ways to make such a request, via a pre-hook or post-hook for an element or element resource, via Javascript configured for a an element (VDR) mapping and via a script step in the v1 formula execution engine.

If this limit is exceeded, wrapping request (element API, VDR or formula script step) will result in a 500 HTTP error code.
Request
  • Staging: May 20, 2019
  • US Production: June 21, 2019
  • EU Production: June 21, 2019


Unscheduled

Limit NameLimitEnvironment Availability
Formula Execution RateTBD

TBD

Bulk Job RateTBDTBD
API Request RateTBDTBD
Event Polling Job Request RateTBDTBD
Event Processing Rate
TBDTBD