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NikoSenkov
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Does MS store HTTP Requests in a Queue for AI Processing?

Say I have a flow that goes  HTTP -> Form Processing -> Add a row in Excel table

 

Where is the bottle neck? Presumably, it is the AI Builder Predict step in the flow. How often should I send HTTP requests? Currently I have one every 500 ms (not all day, just for testing). 

 

Are the HTTP requests stored as a queue and processed when the resources are available? Will this work for potentially several hours of processing? 

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NikoSenkov
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Answer: From my own testing, the HTTP requests seem to be stored in a queue. The bottleneck is clearly the form processing portion. 

 

Can I build several concurrent flows to process lots of data? 

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NikoSenkov
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Answer: From my own testing, the HTTP requests seem to be stored in a queue. The bottleneck is clearly the form processing portion. 

 

Can I build several concurrent flows to process lots of data? 

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Hi @NikoSenkov,

 

The HTTP request trigger has a setting where you can adjust the number of concurrent runs:

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