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Currently we heavily utilize API to process a large quantity (1,000+) of risks (update security rules, update data, etc.). This is done sequentially and does not utilize available infrastructure. While OP core application scales quite well, API (code) does not. Ohter than suggested by Engineering and Product Development, we do not see a benefit in repeating what other customers have done before; that is implementing multi threading based on current API features. If multiple customers face the same problem, a native code solution should be implemented by IBM.
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