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Gateway Server should be able to process batches concurrently.
The best TPS we got in gateway server was 150. Our largest file from a customer has around 600k transactions. With the current throughput from Gateway server it woulld take around 1 hour and 7 minutes to ingest those payments. As a result, we would miss our SLA. We also have Payment Canada's rule wherein we have to post the money to customer's account within 2 hours on receipt of the payment.
When a large file is ingested in FTM base with multiple batches/fragments, it processess them sequentially. This results in performance issue.
We would like the CPS product to be enhanced so that Gateway server could process batches concurrently, just like Distribution engine does today.
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