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Ruby - Handling 1 Million Concurrent Connections

  • App should remain responsive and be able to process at least 100 requests per second
  • App should consume MAX 15GB of RAM and keep load under 10 on a 8 CPU machine
  • App should communicate to clients every 15 seconds without any lags

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