This section delves into the key features and functionalities of the Aperture platform, providing a comprehensive understanding of how it operates. It covers topics, including the inner workings of flow control, auto-scale, and an overview of Aperture's control loop. By exploring these topics, users can gain a deeper appreciation of the platform's capabilities and how it is used to optimize their applications for performance, reliability, and scalability.
📄️ Control Point
Control points are similar to feature flags. They identify the location in the
📄️ Flow Label
A flow is the fundamental unit of work from the perspective of an Aperture
📄️ Flow Lifecycle
The lifecycle of a flow begins when a service initiates it, requesting a
Selector configuration specification.
📄️ Rate Limiter
Rate Limiter reference
📄️ Concurrency Limiter
Concurrency Limiter reference
🗃️ Request Prioritization
Aperture's Cache can be used to reduce the load on a service by caching the