Improve RESTful API productivity

Idea ID 1673410

Improve RESTful API productivity

Currently RESTful API productivity is restricted by 15 requests per second. But our Service Management system (not MF Service Manager) that use uCMDB as main CMDB and interact with one by JAVA API sent about 6000 requests per second.

To be able to migrate from JAVA API to REST API (as I understand it is general dstrategy now) REST API poroductivity must be impruved to maintain 6000 requests per minute and request time should not be greater than 0,1 sec.

4 Comments
Micro Focus Contributor
Micro Focus Contributor
Status changed to: Waiting for Votes

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Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert
Status changed to: Under Consideration

Thanks for all the votes and comments. We are looking into this as a future product enhancement. Check the notifications box to be emailed if the status changes

Outstanding Contributor.
Outstanding Contributor.

Hi colleagues, did nothing change in RESTful API productivity? Idea is Under Consideration  for one year, yet.

Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert
Status changed to: Delivered

There are a collection of settings to tweak in two files, that will enable more requests per second.  There was also a defect fixed in CMS 2020.05 that now allows these settings to take affect

quickstart-web.xml  and web.xml from folder : from  \UCMDB\UCMDBServer\deploy\rest-api\WEB-INF  

        <init-param>

            <param-name>maxRequestsPerSec</param-name>

            <param-value>30</param-value>

        </init-param>

        <init-param>

            <param-name>throttledRequests</param-name>

            <param-value>15</param-value>

        </init-param>

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