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Method for dealing with Webhook Calls to Endpoints that are Throttled (HTTP 429)
When using webhooks from Turbonomic, some of the endpoints we can call are throttled. Because of this, when we make multiple calls at scale, many of our calls will receive a 429 and fail. For example, AWS Lambda functions only allow 10 API calls per second by default. Since Turbonomic by default can execute 1000 actions at once, if more than 10 actions are executed that utilize webhooks to call an AWS Lambda function, only 10 actions will succeed and the rest will receive 429 and fail. We should be able to handle this gracefully and not fail the actions either by allowing a way to config Turbonomic to throttle it's calls, seamlessly retrying, or using some sort of high water mark function to determine if an endpoint is throttling and handle it gracefully.
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