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Basic outgoing backlog information

Hey there,

In order to provide more transparency into your data flow progression, we've introduced a way for you view your outgoing traffic backlog.

From the overview page, you can access a column on the connector list that shows a number that represents the size of the outgoing backlog. This backlog size is represented represents the following numbers:

  • 0
  • < 500
  • then rounded to hundreds: ~600, ~700, ~800, ~900
  • then rounded to thousands: 1k, 2k, 20k
  • then > 999k

You can also see the backlog trend in the form of a rising or falling arrow or a steady line. This trend illustrates the changes in the backlog over the last hour. This icon is displayed as follows:

  • if the change was above zero we show a growing arrow
  • if the change was below zero we show a shrinking arrow
  • if the change is zero we show a steady line

Final_Outgoing_backlog_release.png

Furthermore, you can now view the backlog for individual connectors from the connector overview screen, which will specifically show that connector's outgoing backlog over the last few hours.

Graph_for_basic_outgoing_info.png

You can learn more about this in the documentation for outgoing backlogs

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