I cant find any solid answer to the question - Does Confluence Cloud apply rate limits to the API.
This page says read the road signs and obey the speed limit. https://developer.atlassian.com/platform/marketplace/atlassian-rest-api-policy/#AtlassianRESTAPIpolicy-Resource/ratelimitsandpaging
My application makes a burst of requests and normally works the first time. However, when I run it again within the minute, I will intermittently get the following HTML response:
<!doctype html><html lang=“en”><head><title>HTTP Status 401 – Unauthorized</title><sty …
My credentials have not changed and if i wait long enough the script works fine again.
Can you put some numbers to your burst? How many, how long etc? What type of actions?
Is there any data on Confluence Cloud rate limits?
Resource/rate limits and paging
Resource and rate limits, and the default and maximum sizes of paged data ARE NOT considered >part of the API and may change (possibly dynamically). It is the responsibility of the client to read >the road signs and obey the speed limit.
Would love a road sign! We need one. Its fine to change them, but if I want to present the user a view of their space with 2k pages how can we do that?
Although we did not have “a road sign” for a long time, things are changing! Recently we added guides explaining how rate limiting works in Jira and Confluence:
There are still known gaps (see end of the guides where we acknowledge known issues) but work continues.