Started by David HarrisonOct 5, 2021

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Is backpressure only needed when the system cannot scale?

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I was wondering if using backpressure in a system generally did not provide a benefit as it just leads to higher latency / less throughput because it prevents scaling out the overwhelmed resources. Should it only be used for resources that cannot be scaled e.g. a browser client?

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