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Any plan to increase "150 requests per second" for Space?
Currently, we plan to use Digital Ocean Space, to store image files/ voice files of our mobile note taking app.
Here’s what our initial plan
We will use user email address as bucket name
All files will be stored in raw format instead of zipping them as a single zip file. Reason is that, during mobile app “sync” process, we need to perform “List all files in a space” (https://www.digitalocean.com/docs/spaces/resources/s3-sdk-examples/#list-all-files-in-a-space), to decide which files to upload to Space, which files to removed from Space
But, since there is no way to perform “AWS liked Lamda” operation, to unzip the zipfile in Space, we need to perform uploads of multiple images, one-by-one by using multiple signed URL. If we perform one-by-one image uploading, very soon we will hit the limit of “150 requests per second”
Is there a way you can provide limit which matches AWS - 3500 requests per seconds (https://aws.amazon.com/about-aws/whats-new/2018/07/amazon-s3-announces-increased-request-rate-performance)
Or, provide a way to directly unzip a zip file, when it reached Space storage?