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DSS Webinar Dec 7: What is the expected response time in an adhoc request for 1000 instruments?

What is the expected response time in an adhoc request for 1000 instruments?

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This is a difficult query, because response times vary based on many parameters !

Among them are:

  • the number of instruments,
  • the number of data fields,
  • the server load,
  • the template (i.e. the type of data).

The number of data fields could be anything from a few to several hundred.

The server load will obviously be heavier just after market close.

There is also a dependency on the data template. For instance a Time Series extraction is slower.

For these reasons it is impossible to give a meaningful number, but just to give you a feeling, do not expect a response in a few seconds, this will take some minutes ...

Here is one test result we can give you: for an End of Day extraction, with 10 fields, 1000 instruments, we measured a time of 22 ms per instrument.

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